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Raul Jimenez (Wolves) to score v Southampton

Only six players have fired more shots per game than Jimenez in the Premier League this season, an attempt rate that has resulted in a goal in two of Wolves’ three home matches.

The Mexican could easily have had more than one goal in his side’s win over Burnley a fortnight ago, and should find Southampton equally generous visitors.

Only five teams have conceded more shots on target away from home than the Saints, who – by their manager’s own admission – could manage nothing more than damage limitation after going 3-0 down by half-time at Liverpool last week.

Jay Rodriguez (West Brom) to score v Preston

Given that Preston have conceded 19 goals in their last eight Championship matches, each of West Brom’s forwards will be eyeing a goal on Saturday.

But with all of Dwight Gayle’s five goals coming at home this season, siding with Jay Rodriguez is your best bet.

The 29-year-old has scored six goals this term, including a brace at Norwich last month, and is the Baggies’ established penalty-taker.

Lee Angol (Shrewsbury) to score v Gillingham

Though Angol was an unsuccessful tip to score at Scunthorpe last week, there is plenty of value in keeping the faith with him on Saturday.

The 24-year-old has scored three goals in his last five appearances, including two of his last three at home, and comes up against a Gillingham defence in hopeless form away from home.

Steve Lovell’s side have conceded at least twice in their all of their last four away matches, including three at Rochdale a fortnight ago. The fact that they have conceded more shots on the road than any other League One team suggests that the worst is not over.

Reuben Reid (Forest Green) to score v Macclesfield

While Macclesfield’s 8-0 defeat at West Ham on Wednesday should not have much bearing on this match, it can hardly have done much good for the confidence of a fragile defence.

Mark Yates’ side are without a clean sheet all season, conceding 18 goals in their nine League Two matches, so there is plenty of value in backing Forest Green’s top scorer to hit the net on Saturday.

Reid has netted in both of his last two games – and both of his last two on the road – and is the visitor’s established penalty-taker.


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