Bristol City v Swansea - Championship

Bristol City are BTTS gold.

Six of their seven matches this season have seen both teams score, and their clash with Swansea could continue this trend; there hasn’t been a clean sheet to speak of from either side in City’s last four matches.

Swansea are a little less prone to BTTS affairs, and they’ve kept a couple of impressive clean sheets on the road this season, but a home loss to Nottingham Forest last time out will have dented their confidence, and this may play a part on Saturday.

It’s a matchup between two good sides, and I’d be surprised if chances aren’t created at both ends.

BTTS - 1pt @ 8/13

Luton v Hull - Championship

Speaking of BTTS gold, Luton vs Hull is surely a nailed-on candidate.

The Hatters are another side who have seen six of their seven outings end with both teams scoring (and all of their fixtures on home soil), and it’s exactly the same with the Tigers – apart from they have seen all of their away games end with both teams scoring.

Put simply, neither side can really keep the goals out, which is hugely promising.

BTTS - 1pt @ 4/7

Rotherham v Shrewsbury - League One

Despite having one of the better squads and managers in the division, Rotherham have been inconsistent, scoring and conceding plenty (both teams have scored in five of their seven matches), and their match with Shrewsbury looks like another goer.

Shrewsbury’s last three matches have seen both teams score, and while their games aren’t always conducive to goals at both ends, Rotherham have kept just one clean sheet this season (against pre-takeover Bolton), so I’m confident about this one.

BTTS - 1pt @ 20/23

Crewe v Salford City - League Two

Crewe have been excellent this season, and while I expect them to beat Salford at home, I also believe both teams will score.

The hosts have kept just one clean sheet at home this season—conceding seven in their four matches—while Salford’s last three away games have ended 2-2.

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BTTS - 1pt @ 9/13