Watford v Wolverhampton26/04/2019 15:00
West Brom v Rotherham26/04/2019 15:00
Sunderland v Portsmouth26/04/2019 15:00
Can Wolves get their revenge after their 3-2 loss in the FA Cup earlier this month? Both sides are fighting for a seventh-place finish, and a draw will not suit either side.
Watford have seen both teams score in 59% of their home games while Wolves have seen BTS in 59% of their away games.
Wolves are currently in pole position, sitting in seventh one point above Watford. But, they will need to get a result in this game, and they come into this match after a brilliant 3-1 victory against Arsenal.
But, Wolves have not keep a clean sheet in their last 13 away games, and I see Watford scoring a goal or two tomorrow.
West Brom host relegation battling Rotherham, and I see quite a few goals in this match.
The Baggies have seen both teams score in a whopping 82% of their home games this season, while Rotherham have seen BTS in 68% of their games this season (a league high).
West Brom are scoring for fun at the Hawthorns right now, netting 13 goals in their last four games, but they have conceded five goals in their last three home games.
In fact, West Brom have kept just one clean sheet at home in their last ten games.
Meanwhile, Rotherham have scored in six of their last seven away games while scoring eight goals in their last four on the road.
However, their defence is leaking goals, conceding 12 goals in their last three away games while managing just one clean sheet in their last 15 away games.
A massive game in League One tomorrow, but who will come out on top? It is hard to say, but Sunderland top the table for BTTS at home (73&) and Portsmouth top the BTTS table on the road (77%).
I am hoping this will not be a cagey game, with both sides needing three points to push for automatic promotion this season. Hopefully, similar to Sunderland’s game with Coventry a few weeks ago.
Pompey have an excellent record on the road, and they have scored in all but two of their away games this season while winning their last four, scoring two or more in each game.
Similarly, Sunderland have scored in all of their home games this season, but they have managed just six clean sheets in 22 games at the Stadium of Light.
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