Our expert tipsters dig through the form book to build a Sky Bet-enhanced BTTS accumulator for Saturday's EFL action.
All games kick off at 15:00 BST on Saturday
BARNSLEY’S surge into the Sky Bet Championship play-off places has not just been sensational – it’s been pretty entertaining too. Both teams have scored in seven of the Tykes’ past nine games – including the past five straight.
MIDDLESBROUGH have long been on the outside looking in when it comes to the top six but that seems to have provided Neil Warnock’s men with some freedom, with both teams netting in nine of their last 13, including four of their past six away.
Barnsley have scored in 12 of their past 13 games, a stat remarkably matched exactly by Boro. It’s surely a marriage made in BTTS heaven.
QUEENS PARK RANGERS boast the third highest BTTS ratio in the Championship – 51% of their games involving both teams scoring. Safely ensconced in mid-table, the Hoops have taken off the shackles in recent weeks, finding the net in 12 of their past 14 matches.
SHEFFIELD WEDNESDAY have begun to find their shooting boots under new boss Darren Moore, their stunning 5-0 win over Cardiff on Easter Monday the proof in the pudding.
Seven points from safety, every game is becoming must-win for the Owls and that should lead to goals in west London.
Having been one of the tightest teams in the entire Football League for the first half of the season, LINCOLN CITY have gone goal-crazy over the past couple of months.
Nine of their past 11 games have featured both teams finding the net – prior to that, BTTS had landed in just nine of their previous 28. Lincoln are still scoring – they have failed to find the net only once in those 11 matches but have only kept one clean sheet during that time.
So the visit of a BLACKPOOL side that have scored 11 in their past four games (BTTS in four of six) on their way to leapfrogging the Imps in the play-off places has goals written all over it.
GRIMSBY have become masters of the score draw recently – five of their past eight matches ending in such a fashion although that’s of little help to a side sitting bottom of the Football League, seven points from safety.
The Mariners are giving it a go, though, and visit a BRADFORD side that has kept just one clean sheet in eight as they go gung-ho in a bid to break into the Sky Bet League Two play-off spots.
Six of Bradford’s past eight games have seen both teams score and the Bantams have conceded against strugglers Colchester and Walsall – with Grimsby in far better form than both of those.
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