Betting: Owls and Blades odds

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Both teams have scored in Sheffield Wednesday’s last four home matches and there will be plenty of cash on the 20/21 (BetVictor) bet that this happens again, with the Owls bidding for a fifth straight win in all competitions.

Wednesday have led at half-time and full-time in their last two matches and Stan James offer 10/3 about this outcome, while Over 2.5 Goals is a 5/4 chance (bet365), mainly because Hull have kept things tight on the road with just four goals conceded thus far.

Sheffield United fans have seen their team score 21 goals in 12 games to date, with the Blades up against an Oldham side who have just been involved in two six-goal thrillers. Both teams to score looks a shoo-in at 4/6 (Paddy Power) and Over 2.5 Goals can be backed with confidence at 5/6 (Ladbrokes).

For those looking for tastier odds, Over 3.5 Goals is 21/10 (Winner.com) and it looks set to be an open game, with Billy Sharp available at 25/1 (William Hill) to score a hat-trick and Che Adams 33/1 (Sky Bet) to go one better than last weekend and manage three-timer.

Rotherham head to Griffin Park and they are 11/2 (bet365) to win against Brentford to nil, something that happened in their last away match against Birmingham. The Bees have also failed to score in their past two games and “No” on the Both Teams to Score Market is a 6/5 chance (BetVictor).

There have been plenty of goals in Doncaster’s last three League One games and over 2.5 goals looks easy to back at evens (William Hill) when they face Bradford, with Keshi Anderson 6/1 (Winner.com) to score first and 6/4 (Stan James) to score at any stage of the match.

Barnsley make the trip to Roots Hall to face a Southend team who have scored just five times in six games. Therefore, goals could be at a premium, with Under 2.5 Goals an 8/11 shot (Paddy Power).

Both teams have scored in the past three Chesterfield matches and bet365 offer 10/11 that this happens for Saturday’s match at Walsall, with the Spireites facing the top team in League One. Walsall’s Tom Bradshaw is 6/4 (BetVictor) to find the net.

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