Callum Robinson (Preston) to score v Brentford (19:45)

Given that Preston have scored at least twice in all of their last seven home matches, and that Brentford have failed to keep a clean sheet away from home all season, there is clear value in backing a home goalscorer in this one.

Robinson, who has netted in four of his last five appearances at Deepdale, is an obvious bet at this excellent price.

The forward ranks third for shots per Championship game this season, and should provide fresh attacking impetus to Preston after missing the first hour of Saturday’s 1-1 draw at Hull with illness.

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

Having successfully tipped Gayle to score in two home matches already this season, I see no reason not to back him again at a price so far this side of evens.

Indeed, the Newcastle loanee has scored in every one of his league appearances for West Brom at the Hawthorns this season, with his knack for being in the right place at the right time combining nicely with the creativity of Harvey Barnes and Jay Rodriguez.

The Baggies have scored 14 goals in their last five Championship home matches, while Derby are without a league clean sheet on the road, so chances are bound to come along again.

Philippe Coutinho (Barcelona) to score v Inter (20:00)

In the absence of Lionel Messi, and given that Luis Suarez has scored just once in the Champions League since the end of the 2016/17 season, Coutinho is the obvious bet to do the damage to Inter on Wednesday.

The Brazilian scored his fifth goal of the season against Sevilla on Saturday, having also netted on Matchday 2 against Tottenham, while the fact that he ranks fifth for shots per La Liga game this season suggests that more goals are imminent.

Inter have conceded to both Tottenham and PSV in this group so far, and now face a side that have scored 22 goals in six home matches this term.

Neymar (PSG) to score v Napoli

Despite being a shade the wrong side of evens, this is a good price for Neymar to hit the net against Napoli.

The world’s most expensive player has been in sensational form so far this season, scoring in every single PSG home game, including a hat-trick in the 6-1 rout of Red Star Belgrade last time out in this competition.

He is an established free-kick and penalty-taker, and is well rested after sitting out of Saturday’s 5-0 win over Amiens.


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