Don't Speculate: 5 football tips for Saturday's matches
After landing a 32/1 five-fold last week, Will Rook has picked a 24/1 accumulator from Saturday's 3pm kick-offs across the EFL.
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Barnsley to beat Birmingham
Barnsley continued their charge on the Championship play-off places in midweek with a 3-1 victory away to QPR.
That victory was their sixth in a row and ninth league game without defeat, leaving them one point behind sixth-placed Bournemouth with a game in hand.
Fourth-bottom Birmingham have won just two of their last 10 matches.
Sunderland to beat Rochdale
Sunderland are a short price here, but justifiably so.
The Black Cats beat Swindon 1-0 at home in midweek and have taken 13 points from their last available 15 at the Stadium of Light.
Rochdale went second-bottom of League One on Tuesday following a 2-0 defeat to Hull, which was their seventh game without a victory.
Cheltenham to beat Port Vale
Cheltenham went top of League Two on Tuesday night with a 1-0 victory over Southend.
Michael Duff’s side have won five of their last six league games and lost just one in 12.
Port Vale’s winless run was extended to five matches in midweek as they lost 1-0 to Salford – their third straight game without scoring.
Morecambe to beat Carlisle
Fifth-placed Morecambe made it back-to-back victories at home and three in their last four games with a 3-1 win over Crawley on Tuesday.
Derek Adams’ side have won seven and drawn one of their last nine matches at the Globe Arena and look a massive price against out-of-form opposition.
Carlisle lost 2-1 to a Colchester side that had been without a win in 14 in midweek and have earned just one point in their last six matches.
Tranmere to beat Crawley
Tranmere have picked up 25 points from their last 10 league games – more than any other side in League Two.
That run has carried Keith Hill’s side to the brink of the automatic promotion spots and, with seven wins in their last nine at Prenton Park, they are an attractive prospect this weekend.
Crawley have lost four straight away games in all competitions.
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