Let us get stuck into some BTTS activity.
Charlton v Nottingham Forest is my first choice. The Addicks have surprised many people this year with their outstanding start to doubt, but using both teams scoring in each of the league matches so far, this is certainly a fixture with fantastic promise.
The simple fact that Forest was able to find the net against Leeds at Elland Road reveals they’ve certainly got lots of goalscoring ability, but I’m not convinced they will keep out a Charlton side that have scored seven days in their three league matches.
Though one of Preston’s three league matches have observed both teams score this year, I’m backing their clash with Stoke at Deepdale to be clean sheet-free.
Alex Neil’s men are one of the streakier outfits at the branch, who last year boasted a gigantic 65% BTTS-rate in the home, and although they have goals in themDeclan Rudd is surely not one of the more protected goalkeepers from the branch.
As for Stoke, their three matches have seen both groups score this year, and while Nathan Jones’ guys are somewhat more adventurous than last time round, they look a small shambles in the trunk — conceding seven goals currently.

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I have a feeling Swansea is going to be great fun this season under Steve Cooper, and their trip to Loftus Road should finally give a few goals.
Even with a 0-0 draw with Derby a few weeks past, Swansea have five league goals this season, and seem to keep Graham Potter’s doctrine of interesting, attacking football.
That will obviously result in goals flying in at both ends, and with QPR seeing both teams score in three of their last four–including the 3-3 home draw with Bristol City in the Carabao Cup–there should be a great likelihood of a positive outcome.

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