Going for goals!
Our team return with a 'both teams to score' treble covering the Premier League, Championship and League Two.
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QPR v Fulham (BC)
QPR remain winless in the Barclays Premier League but three draws in a row signal improvement since Harry Redknapp took over following the dismissal of Mark Hughes.
Two goals at Wigan last week suggest that Redknapp's attacking approach is rubbing off and both teams have scored in four of QPR's last five, and each of their last six at Loftus Road if we include the League Cup.
Fulham, meanwhile, could easily have scored four against Newcastle on Monday but did manage two and possess a serious attacking threat. They've failed to score in their last two away games but this is a very different test to that found at Stoke and Chelsea, and they should contribute.
Bristol City v Derby (CH)
There have been more goals at Ashton Gate than any other Championship ground this season, with both teams scoring in all but one of their 10 home games so far.
The Robins' weaknesses at the back and their potential threat going forward have been further highlighted in recent weeks and head into this clash on the back of a 3-2 win at Sheffield Wednesday which lifted them out of the bottom three.
Derby are unfortunately the second lowest scorers on the road but last week's 3-1 win at home to Leeds boosted their play-off hopes and they'll certainly head into this clash aiming for three points.
Accrington v Wycombe (NH)
This clash between 17th and 19th in League Two won't get too many people excited but it is happily nestled in our Going for Goals selections.
Six of Accrington's previous seven games have seen both teams score so the form is with them.
Wycombe have scored in six of their previous seven games and they can strike on Saturday as well.