15:00 Saturday

Bristol City vs West Brom

Carlos Corberan will be enjoying his tenure at the Hawthorns.

Since he took the reigns at the Hawthorns, his Baggies side have won on 10 of their 14 games in all competitions. Their only defeats came against Sheffield United, Corberan's first game in charge four days into his reign in the Midlands, against Coventry, where the only goal of the game came via the spot deep into injury time. And against league leaders Burnley.

Over that period, the Baggies have secured one the biggest points hauls of any side in the division.

A feature of it recently has been goals.

In the last round, nothing could split WBA and National League Chesterfield in a six goal thriller. That was one of three games that BTTS has landed in the last four, during which 18 goals have been scored.

15:00 Saturday

Fulham vs Sunderland

This is a fixture that just has a whiff of goals.

They have been a feature of high-flying Fulham’s campaign. The Cottagers domestic matches have averaged just under three per game with 14 in all competitions seeing BTTS click.

In the last round, Marco Silva’s side won 0-2 at Hull, though the score is not a fair reflection of the match as hosts more than matched them, missing a ‘big chance. ’

The point is Sunderland, Hull’s Championship counterparts, are more than capable of laying a glove on the hosts here.

BTTS has landed in all of the Black Cats last eight games, bar there most recent one where opponents Middlesbrough went down to 10 men.

15:00 Saturday

Ipswich vs Burnley

This is a real interesting match-up between the cream of the third tier and the run-away leaders in the Championship.

Ipswich have recently fallen away, but were amongst the trio competing for the automatic spots in League One.

Three draws and a defeat over their last six has seen them slip to third, four points off Sheffield Wednesday and seven behind leaders Plymouth.

The Tractor Boys still top the division for goals scored (51), as do Burnley (55) in the league above.

15:00 Saturday

Morecambe vs Bristol Rovers

Get used to seeing Bristol Rovers in this both teams to score acca, because as long as the price remains, League One’s entertainers will be a staple.

Only the divisions top three sides have scored more goals then the Pirates (42) and only the bottom three clubs have conceded more (45), encapsulating the essences of Joey Barton’s men.

Morecambe were thumped at Portman Road in their last game, shipping four to one of the leagues powerhouses should be no source of shame though.

The fact that this followed a run of three wins in a row is a damning indictment of the mis-matched nature of the third tier.

Derek Adams had beaten Accrington, Burton and Cheltenham, scoring nine in the process and only conceding once.