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Harry Kane (Tottenham) to score v Borussia Dortmund (20:00)
With Borussia Dortmund having to chase this tie from 3-0 down, there is unlikely to be a shortage of goalscoring opportunities at either end.
Kane is so rarely available at odds-against that he has to be a good bet to take advantage of the mayhem. He scored four goals in the Champions League group stages and has eight of his last 10 matches in all competitions.
The England captain rarely fails to find the net, so he is a great bet to add to his tally of 23 for the season at a ground where he also scored last season.
Karim Benzema (Real Madrid) to score v Ajax (20:00)
After scoring his 19th goal of the season in the first leg of this tie, Benzema justifies a price of around the evens mark to hit the net against Ajax.
The Frenchman has since netted his 20th goal of the campaign. Only seven players have had more attempts on goal per La Liga match this season, and he should be on the end of several opportunities against an open Ajax defence.
The Dutch side have kept one clean sheet in their last seven away matches domestically and have conceded six goals in three matches against Bayern Munich and Real Madrid this term.
Billy Kee (Accrington Stanley) to score v Blackpool (19:45)
Having netted five goals in his last 10 Accrington home matches, Kee looks the likeliest candidate to net against Blackpool on Tuesday.
The striker is an established penalty-taker and fronts a side that ranks fourth for shots on target per League One home match this season.
The Tangerines lost 4-0 at Bristol Rovers on Saturday, their fourth failure to keep a clean sheet in five away matches against bottom-half teams.
Nicky Maynard (Bury) to score v Cheltenham (19:45)
Maynard has failed to score in just three of his last 11 matches, so he is another who has to be backed at an odds-against price.
The striker has scored in four of Bury’s last five away games and fronts a side that has scored 20 goals in its last eight league matches.
He can add to his tally of 18 goals for the season against Cheltenham, who have conceded 13 goals in six home matches against League Two’s top eight this season.
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