BLACKBURN have been unlucky since they beat Man United but have scored in successive defeats to Stoke and Newcastle.
Rovers still haven't kept a clean sheet this season and both teams have hit the target in their last six games.
The trend should continue against a Fulham side who followed up their defeat of Arsenal by hitting Charlton for four in the FA Cup last week.
Next look at West Brom v Norwich with the visitors also failing to keep it clean since being promoted to the Premier League.
West Brom have failed to score in their last three league outings but boosted confidence by hitting four against Cardiff in the FA Cup last week.
They will fancy their chances of breaching the Norwich rearguard but are just as likely to concede.
Next it's got to be Bournemouth v Notts County in League One. I fancy a home win here but Bournemouth may need to score at least two.
County won 2-0 at Doncaster last week and that was an impressive result and they also netted at Oldham and Sheffield Utd on their last two away trips. Bournemouth have banged in eight in their last four and are unbeaten during that spell.
Also in League One I like MK Dons v Carlisle. It was 3-1 to MK Dons earlier in the season and the last four meetings between the sides have produced 20 goals.
MK Dons have scored eight in four games while Carlisle have hit 15 in six games with both teams scoring in all of those matches.
Complete the line with Huddersfield v Oldham. Huddersfield, still hanging on to goal machine Jordan Rhodes, hit six at Wycombe last week and have netted 14 in five games.
However, at home they have conceded goals regularly and face an Oldham outfit who netted first at Liverpool in the FA Cup before going down to a 5-1 defeat.
They looked good at Liverpool and it took a deflected goal to get the Premier League giants back in the game. If Oldham can score at Anfield they should be looking to score at Huddersfield.
Both teams to score
Blackburn v Fulham
West Brom v Norwich
Bournemouth v Notts County
MK Dons v Carlisle
Huddersfield v Oldham
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