|Match||Both Teams to Score Yes/No||Odds|
|Bristol City vs Birmingham City||Yes||4/6|
|Shrewsbury Town vs MK Dons||No||10/11|
|Wycombe Wanderers vs Bristol Rovers||No||19/20|
|Salford City vs Crawley Town||Yes||4/6|
|Carlisle United vs Swindon Town||Yes||4/6|
|All Five Results as an Accumulator||16.23/1|
- Bristol City vs Birmingham City: Yes – They may have kept four clean sheets on the bounce, but the Expected Goals stats suggest that Bristol City would have conceded rather more had their opponents displayed more precision in front of goal. Whether Birmingham City are that team remains to be seen, but they play enterprising football under Pep Clotet and BTTS has landed in each of their last seven games.
- Shrewsbury Town vs MK Dons: No – Two of the shyest attacks in League One meet here in a game that may not be for the faint-hearted. In 56 combined league games this term they have scored just 55 goals, and MK Dons’ run of one win in thirteen on the road highlights their lack of ambition. That said, they have only conceded four goals in their last six anywhere, while the Shrews have failed to find the net in 180 minutes and counting.
- Wycombe Wanderers vs Bristol Rovers: No – Talk about Jekyll & Hyde performances from Wycombe, who are unbeaten in three at home (W2 D1 L0) but have lost three on the spin away, conceding ten goals in the process. But they are decent at Adams Park, while Bristol Rovers have just been poor everywhere. They have failed to score in six of their last eight games, and haven’t won since December 14.
- Salford City vs Crawley Town: Yes – By sheer weight of goals, this League Two encounter has to enter our thoughts as prime BTTS fodder. Four of Salford’s last six outings have delivered Over 2.5 Goals with BTTS doing the business in five of those, while as for Crawley their last six games have yielded an entertaining 21 goals (12 for, 9 against).
- Carlisle United vs Swindon Town: Yes – With a front three of Eoin Doyle, Jerry Yates and Hallam Hope, Swindon are always likely to score goals at this level and nobody in League Two has netted more. However, they have conceded 21 in 15 on the road, and here they take on a Carlisle outfit that have blasted eight in their last three outings.