Sheffield United, the country’s top scorers, failed to get on the scoresheet last weekend but, as the Blades have averaged more than two goals per game at home this season, Danny Wilson won’t be overly concerned ahead of the visit of Stevenage despite the fact they are without their top scorer, Ched Evans.
Coral price the Blades at 4/5 to strike twice or more at Bramall Lane, where the match is 10/11 with William Hill to produce at least three goals and Stan James offer 3/4 for both teams to score.
Chris Porter led the line at stadium:mk and is at 11/2, via Blue Square and Ladbrokes to break the deadlock.
Owls match-winner last week, Michail Antonio, is a 9/1 shot at bet365 to again get the last goal as Dave Jones’ men head to Brentford.
He is bracketed with Gary Madine as the man the bookies fear most to net first, Ladbrokes quoting the Wednesday marksman at 9/2.
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