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Aston Villa and Bristol City clash in a game vital for their promotion ambitions from the Championship, and that match features in this BTTS tip won last week at 7/1 alongside Forest Green Rovers hosting an improving but relegation threatened Macclesfield. Two fixtures are also covered in the Scottish Championship in which Alloa, Queen of the South and Partick all need points in their bids to avoid relegation.
Aston Villa vs Bristol City
Forest Green Rovers vs Macclesfield
Alloa vs Queen of the South
Ross County vs Partick Thistle
Seven successive Championship victories have ensured that Aston Villa are now well-positioned to secure a promotion playoff position and they netted twice during the second period at Rotherham despite being reduced to ten players during the opening half. Villa have scored at least two goals in six of their last seven fixtures and now host fellow top six outfit Bristol City with the visitors finding the net nine times in claiming ten points from their last four matches. City have also netted in each of their away fixtures since late November.
Prior to this League Two clash, the promotion playoffs remain the target for Forest Green Rovers while avoiding relegation is still feasible for Macclesfield with both teams among the goals in recent weeks. The Silkmen earned a valuable 3-2 home victory against Exeter in midweek, and despite their lowly league position, they are unbeaten in five games and have failed to net in just one match since Boxing Day. Hosts Forest Green have netted in each of their home league fixtures since the beginning of December with both teams scoring in five of the more recent six contests.
Avoiding relegation from the Scottish Championship has been the target for most of the current campaign for Alloa and three successive victories have offered a glimmer of hope in realising that aim. The Wasps have also failed to net in just three league games this year as they prepare to host a Queen of the South outfit also threatened with demotion. Although the Dumfries team are not regular goal scorers, they have not registered a clean sheet since the beginning of February, with their hosts recording just one this year.
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After earning seven points from three Scottish Championship games this month, Ross County appear set to claim automatic promotion to the Premiership and they have netted in each home game since late November. However, the Dingwall based outfit will be aware that visitors Partick are in dire need of points to avoid relegation despite failing to score a goal in only one league match this year. Thistle have also lost just one league fixture on the road during 2019.