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EFL, FA Cup football tips for Saturday 07 11 20

Back Will Rook's 22/1 Saturday five-fold, made up of games from the Championship and FA Cup first round.

05 Nov | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
EFL, FA Cup football tips for Saturday 07 11 20

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Preston to beat Rotherham

Preston come into this on the back of a 3-0 victory over league leaders Reading on Wednesday.

North End have the best away record in the Championship and have won each of their last four on the road.

Rotherham’s one victory in their last nine came against bottom-of-the-league Sheffield Wednesday.

Crewe to beat Bolton

Bolton have managed just two victories in 14 matches in all competitions since they were relegated to League Two.

Ian Evatt’s side have already lost to Crewe once this season as they were beaten 3-2 at home in the EFL Trophy in September.

The Railwaymen have lost their last three league games, but have a good chance to put that right against out-of-form opposition from a league below.

Lincoln to beat Forest Green

Lincoln are level on points with League One leaders Peterborough and have won three of their last five at Sincil Bank.

Michael Appleton’s side have already beaten League Two opposition this season, having thumped Bradford City 5-0 in the EFL Cup second round.

Forest Green were beaten 2-1 by Cheltenham in their last away game and have lost two of their last three on the road.

Peterborough to beat Oxford

Peterborough are top of League One following a run of eight victories and a draw in their last nine matches.

Posh beat Oxford 2-0 at home last month as part of that sequence.

Oxford have lost four of their last six matches.

Sunderland to beat Mansfield

Sunderland beat Ipswich 2-1 at home on Tuesday, meaning they have won five of their last seven matches in all competitions.

Phil Parkinson’s side started that run with a 5-3  victory against League Two side Carlisle in the EFL Trophy last month.

Mansfield are still without a win in any competition after 14 matches this season.

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