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EFL, FA Cup football tips for Saturday 09 01 21

Back Will Rook's 26/1 five-fold, made up of Saturday's games in League Two and the FA Cup third round.

07 Jan | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
EFL, FA Cup football tips for Saturday 09 01 21

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Carlisle to beat Leyton Orient (13:00)

Carlisle went top of League Two last weekend following their 2-0 win away to play-off chasing Walsall.

That was the Cumbrians’ fifth victory in seven league matches – a run in which they have only been beaten by third-placed Forest Green.

Leyton Orient have lost six of their last seven away games in all competitions.

Burnley to beat MK Dons (15:00)

Burnley’s 1-0 victory at home to Sheffield United was their third in five matches and means they have lost one in six.

The Clarets have also won three and drawn one of their last four at Turf Moor.

League One MK Dons have lost two of their last three away games and three of their last four cup ties against higher-league opposition.

Sheffield Wednesday to beat Exeter (15:00)

Sheffield Wednesday have won back-to-back games since the sacking of Tony Pulis on 28 December, having managed just one victory in their previous 10.

That upturn in fortunes means the Owls are worth siding with at what looks like a generous price against an out-of-form side two divisions lower.

Exeter have managed one win in their last five matches in all competitions, four of which were at home.

Fulham to beat QPR (15:00)

Fulham have shown greater defensive solidity of late in the Premier League, drawing four straight matches and conceding just twice – a run that includes games against Liverpool and Southampton.

The Cottagers only defeat in their last six came against Manchester City last month, while they also beat Leicester as part of that sequence.

QPR are currently on a nine-match winless run in the league – longer than any other side in the Championship.

Swansea to beat Stevenage (15:00)

Swansea come into this on the back of a 2-1 victory over promotion-chasers Watford.

Steve Cooper’s side have only dropped two points in their last four league games, while they have lost just two in 12.

Stevenage are third-bottom of League Two and have won just three of their last 22 matches in all competitions.

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