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Lukas Jutkiewicz (Birmingham) to score v Sheffield Wednesday

Having successfully tipped Jutkiewicz to score at home to bottom-half opposition for the second time this season on Tuesday, I have no qualms about including him for Saturday’s match against Sheffield Wednesday.

The striker has scored six goals in his last three home matches, and heads a side that ranks fifth for shots on target in the Championship this season. He is 19th for both shots and shots on target per game himself.

Sheffield Wednesday rank bottom for shots on target in away matches and have conceded 13 goals in their last seven league games on the road.

Callum Robinson (Preston) to score v Rotherham

Robinson was a successful tip to score against Brentford on Wednesday night, and it’s no surprise his price to score in this game is considerably shorter than it was then.

The forward is still worth siding with, though. He has scored four goals in his last four home matches, and ranks second for shots per game in the entire division.

Robinson’s side – who have scored at least two goals in all of their last seven home games – take on Rotherham, who had conceded 17 goals in seven away games prior to Tuesday’s 0-0 draw at Middlesbrough.

Stephen Humphrys (Scunthorpe) to score v Plymouth

Plymouth have conceded six goals in their last three away games, all against bottom-half teams, while only Gillingham have conceded more shots per game away from home this season.

That leaves me searching for the best Scunthorpe attacker to get behind, and Humphrys – who has scored three goals in his last five league appearances – looks the best bet.

The striker went closest to scoring for The Iron at Blackpool on Tuesday and can take advantage of the leaky visitors.

Jevani Brown (Cambridge) to score v Macclesfield

Cambridge manager Joe Dunne said after Tuesday’s win at Swindon that he had been working specifically on Brown’s goalscoring, and it has certainly been paying off.

The forward has scored four times in his last six matches, including two in his last two, with last Saturday’s long-ranger at Lincoln and Tuesday’s neat finish at Swindon examples of the different types of goals he can score.

He has every chance of extending his good run against Macclesfield, who have conceded a whopping 16 goals in seven away matches.


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