Don't Speculate: 5 football tips for Saturday's matches
Back Will Rook's 54/1 five-fold, which is made up of matches from the Championship, League One and League Two.
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Burnley to beat Cardiff
Burnley’s 2-1 win at home to Bristol City before the international break was their third in five games and seventh without defeat.
Vincent Kompany has got the Clarets playing exciting football and they are the third-highest scorers in the Championship with 17.
Cardiff sacked manager Steve Morison after a 1-0 defeat to second-bottom Huddersfield in their last game, which was their third loss in four.
Plymouth to beat Wycombe
Plymouth went top of League One last weekend with a 2-1 comeback victory over then-league leaders Ipswich.
Steve Schumacher’s have only dropped two points in their last six league matches – a run that includes taking four points from away games at Derby and Portsmouth.
Wycombe have lost three straight matches in all competitions and won one in eight.
AFC Wimbledon to beat Colchester
AFC Wimbledon ended a run of three straight league defeats with a 2-2 draw away to Bradford in their last match, and can go one better here.
Jonnie Jackson’s side took the lead in the second half in that game, which followed a 3-2 victory in the EFL Trophy the previous Tuesday.
Managerless Colchester are fourth-bottom of League Two following a 1-0 home defeat to previously winless Rochdale – their fourth loss in six winless matches.
Stevenage to beat Crawley
Stevenage were deserved 1-0 winners at home to Harrogate last weekend to stay third in the League Two table.
That was Boro’s fifth victory in six and 11th in 14 in all competitions this season.
Crawley are third-bottom of the table and have lost three straight games.
Sutton United to beat Gillingham
Gillingham’s winless run extended to 10 matches in all competitions with a goalless draw at bottom-of-the-league Hartlepool last weekend.
Neil Harris’ side are the lowest scorers in the entire EFL, having netted just twice in 10 matches.
Sutton have won three of their last five and were leading in their 2-1 defeat to Salford last Saturday prior to a second-half red card.
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