BETTING: Goalscorer odds for Sheffield United, Sheffield Wednesday, Rotherham United, Barnsley, Chesterfield and Doncaster Rovers

Owls Caolan Lavery

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In the last five meetings between Sheffield Wednesday and Charlton, both teams have found the net and that trend is 10/11 via Stan James to continue as the pair renew hostilities at Hillsborough.

In the last five meetings between Sheffield Wednesday and Charlton, both teams have found the net and that trend is 10/11 via Stan James to continue as the pair renew hostilities at Hillsborough.

Alternatively, it’s 11/10 with Winner.com to be the seventh Addicks fixture in eight to produce three or more goals and it’s also 11/10, this time at betway for the Owls to notch at least twice.

Ladbrokes chalk Stuart Gray’s charges up at 8/11 to get on the scoresheet first and more accurately, William Hill rate Caolan Lavery at 13/2 to fire that opener.

In the same market, Chris Maguire is 15/2 courtesy of BetVictor, who rate Atdhe Nuhiu at 6/1.

Rotherham failed to score when they faced Middlesbrough at the New York Stadium in November but the Millers are odds-on at 4/5 (Stan James) to register as the pair lock horns at the Riverside and bet365 report interest in the 11/10 they quote for both teams to find the net.

With two goals in his last two games meanwhile, United’s Matt Derbyshire looks overpriced at 14/1 with BetVictor to put Steve Evans’s team 1-0 in front.

Sheffield United’s last four away fixtures have each produced fewer than three goals and bookies think their trip to Oldham will follow suit, bet365 rating the Boundary Park contest at 3/4 to yield no more than two.

Skybet mark 11/8 against the Blades bagging the first and there are two stand out candidates in their line-up to break the deadlock.

Steve Davies has struck in his last two matches and is 5/1 (Paddy Power) to net first while Jose Baxter, having bagged five goals in five appearances is a 13/2 chance at bet365 to do likewise.

At the Keepmoat Stadium, BetVictor price Kyle Bennett at 17/2 to follow his brace at Sheffield United with the opener against Rochdale. Finally, Barnsley’s George Waring is 13/2 (bet365) to fire the opener against Chesterfield at Oakwell and at the other end William Hill quote 6/1 about Byron Harrison handing the Spireites a 1-0 lead.

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