Owls and Trotters to serve up goals
Bet 1: Back BTTS in Sheffield Wednesday v Bolton @ 4/5 - KO 15:00 BST
These two teams entered the division from different directions, and they will both be hoping to finish in the top six this season.
Goals should be on the menu at Hillsborough today, with the hosts currently on a run of five in all competitions to see this selection land.
Bolton's last three have seen them win 4-1 twice and 2-1, and they have scored nine goals across their last three away fixtures.
Tractor Boys to harvest goals
Bet 2: Back BTTS in Ipswich v Shrewsbury @ 1/1 - KO 15:00 BST
Paul Cook's Ipswich are only 19th in League One, but they have played a game less than most of their rivals, and they have won two of their last four.
Shrewsbury are second from bottom, two points worse off than their opponents here, and they have played a game more.
The Tractor Boys won 6-0 on their last appearance at Portman Road, but prior to that, all five of their home outings this term had had goals at both ends.
The visitors head east on a run of five to see both teams score, and they recently netted at both Sheffield Wednesday and Bolton.
Brewers to concoct a goal-fest
Bet 3: Back BTTS in Plymouth v Burton @ 8/11 - KO 15:00 BST
Plymouth and Burton both finished in the bottom half of League One last season, but they are third and ninth respectively this year, with the Pilgrims having only been beaten once.
Ryan Lowe's hosts have drawn three of their last four fixtures, and won the other one. All four saw this selection land, as have four of their last five at Home Park.
Burton were beaten 2-4 by Aston Villa U21s in the EFL Trophy when they were last in action, and that was their fourth successive game where neither side kept a clean sheet.