Don't Speculate: 5 football tips for Saturday's matches
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Norwich to beat Reading
Championship leaders Norwich recovered from back-to-back defeats to beat QPR 3-1 last weekend.
The Canaries have already been promoted to the Premier League, but have won 12 of their last 16 and will secure the title with another three points.
Reading’s play-off hopes were ended by a 2-2 draw with Swansea last week, while they have won one in nine.
Swansea to beat Derby
Swansea were a stoppage-time goal away from taking three points away to Reading last Sunday and look a chunky price to get a win here.
They host a Derby side who are just four points above the relegation zone and have lost five on the spin.
The Rams have earned one point in their last eight away games, so look unlikely to confirm their survival on Saturday.
Oxford to beat Shrewsbury
Oxford are one point outside the League One play-off places with two games to play after beating Plymouth 3-1 last Saturday.
Karl Robinson’s side have won four of their last five in the league and should beat opponents with nothing to play for.
Shrewsbury are nine points above the relegation zone, 16 behind the top six and have lost four of their last five.
Tranmere to beat Forest Green
Forest Green dropped out of the League Two play-off places following a 2-0 defeat to 20th-placed Barrow on Tuesday.
That was a sixth loss in 10 matches for the managerless promotion chasers, who have won just once in that sequence.
Tranmere have won back-to-back games and need another victory to keep their automatic promotion hopes alive.
Morecambe to beat Walsall
Fourth-placed Morecambe’s automatic promotion hopes were dealt a blow following their 1-0 defeat to Bolton last weekend, but that was their first loss in four.
The Shrimpers had won three on the spin prior to that and travel to a poor side with no stake in the final two matches.
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