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Devante Cole (Burton) to score v Coventry
Burton have scored nine goals in their last four league matches, so there is clear value in backing their centre-forward to hit the net on Saturday.
Cole – described recently as “a goalscorer who only needs half a chance” by first-team coach Andy Garner – has scored twice in his last three league matches, and will lead the line again in the absence of Liam Boyce.
Coventry are without a clean sheet in 10 away matches, conceding seven goals in their last three, so several chances should present themselves for the striker.
James Collins (Luton) to score v Plymouth
Luton are sensational at home, scoring at least twice in nine of their 11 matches at Kenilworth Road this season.
The form of Danny Hylton has overshadowed that of the Hatters’ other attackers recently, but his suspension ensures that the onus falls on Collins here.
The 27-year-old scored four goals in the last four league matches that Hylton did not start, and will be on penalty duty in a game that his side will dominate.
Nicky Maynard (Bury) to score v Stevenage
Having scored in all of his league home appearances this season, Maynard is the obvious bet to score when Stevenage visit Gigg Lane on Saturday.
The 31-year-old has scored six goals in his last six League Two appearances, and fronts an attack rated as among the very best in the division this season by experimental361.
Chances will be regularly created for him against Stevenage, who have only managed clean sheets against bottom-half sides Port Vale and Cheltenham in their last seven league matches.
Chuks Aneke (MK Dons) to score v Macclesfield
In what could end up the most one-sided match in the EFL this weekend, catching Aneke to score at odds-against should prove an absolute steal.
The striker – an established penalty-taker – has scored in four of his five home appearances this season as part of a sequence of seven goals in 10 League Two matches overall.
Given that MK Dons are rated as the division’s best attack by experimental361, chances will come along frequently against Macclesfield.
Saturday’s visitors have conceded the second number of goals per League Two away game this season, while ranking third-bottom for shots against and bottom for shots on target against.
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