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With Hull emerging as regular goal scorers in Championship football, their fixture at Blackburn team features in this BTTS four-fold accumulator. Newport will also hope to inflict another surprise in FA Cup football when visiting a Middlesbrough outfit struggling to satisfy their home supporters. That game is also included alongside improving teams Alloa and Ebbsfleet as they visit Ross County and Sutton respectively.
Having netted at least twice in each of their Championship fixtures since the beginning of December, Hull have become one of the more reliable teams in front of goal during recent weeks. The Tigers can also be vulnerable in defence and featured in a 2-2 score draw at Aston Villa last weekend. A visit to Blackburn now awaits with only Norwich preventing Rovers from netting at Ewood Park within the last three months and they have also scored in all five games this year.
Although they claimed a 5-0 victory against Peterborough in the previous FA Cup round, there were signs of dissent within the home supporters as Middlesbrough struggled to earn a point when hosting Millwall last weekend. Boro lost three times at the Riverside Stadium during December and now host League Two outfit Newport in this fourth-round tie. County beat Leicester earlier in the competition but they have lost 3-2 in two of their last three way matches in league action. Newport are equally capable of scoring and conceding goals.
From the beginning of December, Ebbsfleet have emerged as one of the in-form teams at National League level with six victories earned from their eight league victories. Another three points would have been collected at Chesterfield earlier this month but for conceding a very late equaliser in a 3-3 draw. However, the Fleet face strong opposition this weekend when visiting Sutton with the hosts netting in each league match from late November onwards. United can also be vulnerable in defence having conceded costly late goals in recent games.
Despite registering two narrow victories against their weekend opponents earlier this season, Ross County now host a much-improved Alloa in this Saturday afternoon clash. After winning at Motherwell in Scottish Cup action last weekend, County will be aiming to win a third successive Championship home game, but Alloa have netted twice in each of their last seven competitive matches and have drawn 2-2 in their last three league games on the road.
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