Sheffield United have scored just once in their last three, despite fielding a triple-pronged attack against Leicester in midweek, but they’re odds on at 40/85 with Partybets to get on the scoresheet as they face Ipswich.
William Hill meanwhile, post 10/11 against both teams finding the net at Portman Road, where Betdaq offer 2.0 (evens) for the there to be more than 2.5 goals for the fifth Ipswich match in a row.
Micky Adams could again opt to select Marcus Bent, Richard Cresswell and Ched Evans but of that trio it’s the latter that is considered the biggest goal threat; he’s 7/1 at Totesport to open the scoring and 5/2 (Paddy Power) to add to his tally at any time.
Bet365 price Bent at 10/1 to break the deadlock and at 10/3 to open his Blades account by notching first and Coral chalk identical prices against Richard Cresswell.
At Hillsborough, managerless Sheffield Wednesday entertain MK Dons and new signing Gary Madine goes into the clash looking to grab his third in as many games. Betfred price the young striker at 6/1 to put the Owls 1-0 up and Coral rate him at 2/1 just to score while Neil Mellor is 11/2 (888Sport) to be the first goal scorer.
Back in the Championship, Danny Haynes has made an impressive start to life at Oakwell, netting three times in his first four games and he’s 8/1 courtesy of Stan James to continue in his rich vein of form by striking first at Leicester. Doncaster’s Billy Sharp is 6/1 (Victor Chandler) to do likewise as Rovers visit Millwall.
Finally, Adam Le Fondre is 4/1 with Ladbrokes to put Rotherham one-up at home to Crewe and Deane Smalley is quoted by Paddy Power at 13/2 for the opener as Chesterfield host Aldershot.
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