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Had you placed a £10 stake or £1 Lucky 15 on Adam Drury's anytime goalscorer football betting tips for the 2018/19 season, your profit would be:

Four-fold: +£800

Lucky 15: +£385.05

Singles: £179.27

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Lukas Jutkiewicz (Birmingham) to score v Reading (19:45)

Having scored five goals in his last two home matches, including a hat-trick last time out, Jutkiewicz is the obvious bet to hit the net against Reading.

Of the Championship players to have made more than eight appearances, the Pole ranks seventh for shots inside the penalty area, suggesting that he can continue to score at his current rate.

Reading are without a clean sheet away from home this season, shipping eight goals in their last three on the road.

Ollie Palmer (Crawley) to score v Exeter (19:45)

Palmer has reserved seven of his eight goals this season for home matches and is a nice bet to improve those numbers on Tuesday.

The striker has netted in each of his last three games at the Broadfield Stadium, and heads a Crawley side that have scored at least twice in all of their last six games.

Exeter have only managed away clean sheets at bottom-seven sides so far this season, and drew 2-2 at Yeovil before Saturday’s 0-0 at Grimsby.

They have played just one away game against a side higher than Crawley in the League Two – a defeat at MK Dons.

Cristiano Ronaldo (Juventus) to score v Man Utd (20:00)

I try to avoid tipping the obvious, but catching Ronaldo at odds against feels like too good an opportunity to miss.

The 33-year-old is warming up nicely at Juventus, scoring five goals in his last seven games, including one in both of his last two.

A harsh red card on Matchday 1 has denied him any more than 29 Champions League minutes so far this campaign, but it mustn’t be forgotten that he scored in every single one of his group-stage matches for Real Madrid last season.

He has scored two goals in two Champions League matches against Manchester United, who have conceded at least twice in four of their last five games.

Hakim Ziyech (Ajax) to score v Benfica (20:00)

Several of Ajax’s forwards are available at a shorter price than Ziyech, but few would be as tempting a bet even if they were evenly matched.

The Moroccan has scored three goals in his last four matches, all of them penalty-area efforts rather than the long-rangers he is associated with, and ranks third for attempts on goal in the Champions League group stage so far this term, a metric that he tops in the Eredivisie.

Benfica have conceded twice in two of their last three away games, including at AEK Athens in Matchday 2, and will be in trouble if they let him shoot at the same rate.

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