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Edin Dzeko (Roma) to score v Porto (19:45)

Given that he has scored five goals in two home Champions League appearances this season, this is a massive price for Dzeko to notch against Porto on Tuesday.

The striker has scored three in four starts since the Italian winter break, and netted five goals in six appearances in last season’s Champions League knockout stages, including all three at the Stadio Olimpico.

Porto lost 5-0 to Liverpool in the first leg of this stage of the competition last season, and conceded in all three of their away games in the group stages this time around.

Che Adams (Birmingham) to score v Bolton (19:45)

Adams is on an extraordinary run of form, scoring seven goals in his last five games and, even at a price close to evens, looks a nice bet to net again on Tuesday.

The striker, who is also a good penalty-taker, bagged a first-half hat-trick at QPR last time out, and couldn’t ask for a better fixture to extend his current streak.

Bolton have conceded at least twice in seven of their last eight matches, including a 6-0 hammering at Hull last month.

Famara Diedhiou (Bristol City) to score v QPR (19:45)

QPR conceded four goals for the second time in three matches against Birmingham on Saturday, and may well rest players here ahead of their FA Cup tie against Watford on Friday.

Of Bristol City’s forwards, Diedhiou starts the most regularly, while his performances suggest that he will soon improve on the eight goals that he has netted so far this season.

The striker ranks ninth for shots and shots inside the penalty area per Championship game this season, and has posted an xG of 0.4 or better in four of his last six games (experimental361).

Dwight Gayle (West Brom) to score v Nottingham Forest (20:00)

Gayle has scored in nine of his 12 league games at The Hawthorns, so it’s reasonable to assume that he is far likelier to score in this game than not.

That run includes a goal in both of his last two appearances, and Forest’s defence should afford him plenty more opportunities on Tuesday.

The visitors have conceded at least twice in five of their last seven games on the road, including in a 2-0 defeat at Birmingham in their only away game under Martin O’Neill. They were also lucky to concede just once to Brentford on Saturday after giving up an xG of 2.8 (experimental361).


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