|Match||Both Teams to Score Yes/No||Odds|
|Watford vs Leicester City||Yes||7/10|
|Hull City vs Charlton Athletic||Yes||4/6|
|Millwall vs Derby County||Yes||5/6|
|Bolton Wanderers vs Peterborough United||No||Evens|
|Rotherham United vs Southend United||Yes||Evens|
|All Five Results as an Accumulator||19.77/1|
- Watford vs Leicester City: Yes – These two teams have previous that dates back to a Championship play-off a few years ago, and then you add in Nigel Pearson to the mix and there could be a powder keg atmosphere at Vicarage Road. Jamie Vardy is back amongst the goals for Leicester, while at the other end the battle between Ismaila Sarr and Ben Chilwell – culpable for goals this season – gives the Hornets hope. Both teams need the points, so hopefully that translates to goals.
- Hull City vs Charlton Athletic: Yes – Here we’re betting on the situation, rather than the stats, given that these two teams desperately cannot afford to relinquish points to the other in the quest to avoid relegation from the Championship. Both in freefall – they’ve each lost their last three games, they will need to make something happen here and hopefully goals will be the outcome.
- Millwall vs Derby County: Yes – You have to go back to December to find the last time that Derby failed to score in a game, and such is their confidence that a trip to the Lions’ Den won’t faze them. But Millwall are so tough to defend against: they overload in wide areas, and then swing crosses into the giant Matt Smith to feed on – he bagged a hat-trick last week.
- Bolton Wanderers vs Peterborough United: No – Here’s an intriguing even money chance that basically opposes Bolton scoring a goal. They have failed to find the net in four of their last six, and Keith Hill really doesn’t have many attacking resources to call upon. Peterborough’s defending has really improved – they’ve kept clean sheets against excellent outfits like Portsmouth and Oxford lately, so they are value to do likewise here again.
- Rotherham United vs Southend United: Yes – Rotherham had found their way to the top of the League One table, but they concede too many goals – they’ve shipped in 15 of their last 19 games – and so it’s no surprise they’ve dropped down again. But they are prolific in front of goal themselves, and they will have too much firepower for Southend here. However, the Shrimpers have netted in seven of their last ten, and should not be underestimated.