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League Two leaders Luton have plenty of goals in them and can trouble the net when they take on Newcastle at St James’ Park. Struggling in the relegation zone of the Championship two of the lower scoring teams in that division, Birmingham and Burton, meet for what could be a very cagey affair. The third round of the FA Cup makes up the majority of fixtures in our Goal Rush competition this weekend.
6 - Brentford v Notts County
Eight of their last ten meetings have featured both teams scoring, five of those games finished in 1-1 score draws.
Brentford are unbeaten in their last nine home matches and they only failed to score in one of those games, a 0-0 draw with Barnsley in mid-December.
Notts County beat Bristol Rovers 4-2 and Oxford City 3-2 in the last two rounds of the FA Cup.
10 - Doncaster v Rochdale
After a 1-1 draw Rochdale won on penalties when they met Doncaster in the League Trophy competition in November. Doncaster won 2-0 in their League One meeting last Friday.
Doncaster beat Ebbsfleet 6-2 and Scunthorpe 3-0 to reach this round of the FA Cup.
A 4-0 win over Bromley and another 4-0 win over Slough got Rochdale to this stage of the competition.
13 - Ipswich v Sheffield Utd
Five of their last nine meetings had both teams score. Sheffield won 1-0 at home when they met for their first league encounter this season in October.
Ipswich come into this after back to back defeats of 2-1 to Derby and 4-1 to Fulham.
Sheffield have only drawn a blank in one of their last five on the road, they drew the last two 2-2 and 1-1 visiting Aston Villa and Derby.
16 - Newcastle v Luton
The last time these teams met was also in the FA Cup back in 1994. They drew 1-1 before Luton had a 2-0 home win in the replay.
Newcastle have only won three of their fifteen matches over the past three months. One of which was a 1-0 victory at Stoke on Monday.
League Two leaders Luton are that divisions top scorers this season with sixty-two goals in twenty-six league matches.
20 - Watford v Bristol City
Bristol City had a narrow 3-2 win visiting Watford in the League Cup competition back in August.
Watford have only failed to score in two of their last twelve matches. They were beaten 3-1 visiting Manchester City on Tuesday night.
Eight of Bristol City’s last ten matches had both teams score, but they were beaten 5-0 visiting Aston Villa on Monday.
2 - Birmingham v Burton A
Burton came from behind to score two second-half goals and win 2-1 over Birmingham in their league encounter in August.
Birmingham have failed to find the net in eight of their last fifteen matches over the past three months.
Burton have managed to keep three clean sheets in their last five matches, including a 3-0 win over Sheffield Wednesday on Monday.
9 - Coventry v Stoke
Only three of their last eight encounters had both teams score.
Coventry come into this after back to back wins of 1-0 over both Carlisle and Chesterfield.
Stoke have failed to score in four of their last six matches, most recently losing 1-0 to Newcastle in their New Year’s Day fixture.
17 - Norwich v Chelsea
Chelsea have kept a clean sheet in six of their last eleven encounters with Norwich.
Norwich came from behind to score two second-half goals and beat Millwall 2-1 on Monday.
Chelsea have only conceded one goal in their last five matches. They beat Stoke 5-0 on the 30th.
29 - Forest Green v Port Vale
They had a 1-1 draw when they met for the reverse fixture in September.
Forest Green have scored just two goals in their last four league matches at home. They were beaten 2-1 by Wycombe in the latest.
Port Vale have kept three clean sheets in their last six league matches, but lost 1-0 visiting Notts County on Monday.
33 - Dover v Aldershot
Dover won 2-0 in the reverse fixture back in September.
Dover have kept a clean sheet in six of their fourteen league home games and have only conceded twice within the first 30-minutes of their league matches this season.
Aldershot have kept four clean sheets in their last ten league matches and conceded no more than one goal in the other six games.
Fancy your chances?