Don't Speculate: 5 football tips for Saturday's matches
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Luton to beat Wycombe
Second-bottom Wycombe endured another tough outing last weekend, losing 2-0 to Swansea to remain on zero points.
Gareth Ainsworth’s side are yet to score their first league goal of the campaign and are only above Sheffield Wednesday, who started the season on -12.
Luton had won both of their matches prior to their 1-0 defeat at Watford last weekend, and can bounce back here.
Bristol City to beat Nottingham Forest
This feels like a hefty price for a team with a 100 per cent record to beat a team without a point on the board.
Bristol City beat Sheffield Wednesday 2-0 last weekend and are currently level with Reading at the top of the Championship on nine points.
Forest have lost four games out of four in all competitions and haven’t even scored a goal so far.
Ipswich to beat MK Dons
Ipswich are one of only three sides in League One who still have a 100 per cent record, following victories over Wigan, Bristol Rovers and Rochdale – all of whom are in the bottom nine.
The Tractor Boys are yet to concede a league goal and can take advantage of another side’s poor start.
Third-bottom MK Dons have lost back-to-back matches and are currently on one point.
Crawley to beat Southend
Southend are bottom of the entire EFL with zero points after three league games, while their only goal was scored by an opposition player.
The Shrimpers have lost all five of their matches in all competitions and, given a multitude of off-the-field issues, it’s hard to see anything changing this weekend.
Crawley have won back-to-back league games against Oldham and Scunthorpe and should make it three on the spin.
Port Vale to beat Morecambe
Morecambe came from behind to beat struggling Southend 2-1 last weekend but followed that with a 2-0 defeat to Salford in the EFL Trophy.
Derek Adams’ side have lost three of their last four matches in all competitions, including a 5-0 defeat to Cambridge a fortnight ago and a 7-0 thumping at home to Newcastle in the EFL Cup third round.
Port Vale have only dropped two points in their opening three league games and are yet to concede a goal.
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