I’ve got three really strong-looking BTTS.
First up, it is Cardiff v QPR. The Bluebirds are unbeaten in six (drawing ), although they’ve only kept two clean sheets this year, which will be most unlike a Neil Warnock side.
They confront a QPR outfit who have been amazingly impressive thus far, and with three away wins from four you’d need to mention they have a possibility on Wednesday.
QPR have now scored and conceded this year to 14 times –finding themselves at the top echelons of both hyperlinks –therefore as they head to South Wales BTTS seems a potential.
There is obviously action when Luton Town are worried, and a wonderful BTTS potential may be proven by their battle with Millwall.
Both teams have scored in seven of those Hatters’ nine league games heading although Millwall have found the internet from Middlesbrough West Brom and Huddersfield across the street this year while conceding in all five off games.
I cannot see Luton maintaining a clean sheet, however with all the Lions’ defence brick wall , both teams scoring is the most likely outcome at Kenilworth Road.
V Derby is the next and final BTTS choice of this treble.
The Rams seem like the other side incapable of keeping fresh sheets: Kelle Roos has shipped although more encouragingly, aims in all-but one game this year, just Derby has shut out at the end.
Barnsley are on an absolute horror-run since their opening victory over Fulham, although they have failed from home, they’ve at least caused opponents problems.
Since the Fulham triumph, Barnsley have scored house targets against Charlton, Luton and Brentford (while also devoting each time), and that means you need to imagine they’ll have their chances against Derby. The issue is currently keeping the ball out of their own net.

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