Don't Speculate: 5 football tips for Saturday's matches
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Brentford to beat Bristol City (12:30)
Neither side have anything at stake here, but third-place Brentford’s form makes them the more appealing bet by far.
Thomas Frank’s side have won three on the bounce, including a 2-0 victory over promoted Watford last week, and are unbeaten in 11.
Bristol City are winless in nine and have lost six of their last eight.
Sheffield Wednesday to beat Derby (12:30)
Fourth-bottom Derby lost their sixth straight game away to Swansea last weekend, making this match a relegation shoot-out.
The Rams are three points above Wednesday with a worse goal difference. They have managed one win in 14.
Sheffield Wednesday aren’t in the best form themselves, but have at least only lost once in their last four. At this price, they’re worth siding with in a game they need to win.
Bolton to beat Crawley (15:00)
Bolton conceded a stoppage-time goal to lose to Exeter last weekend, but should seal their immediate return to League One on this occasion.
Wanderers have won four of their last six and another three points will guarantee promotion.
Crawley are winless in three and have nothing to play for.
Salford to beat Leyton Orient (15:00)
Salford’s play-off hopes suffered a major setback following a 1-0 defeat to Colchester last week but, back at home, they are capable of keeping the dream alive.
Gary Bowyer’s side had won five of their previous seven before that loss and have the second-best home record in the division, having lost once in 22 matches.
Leyton Orient have lost three straight games and won one in seven.
Newport to beat Southend (15:00)
Southend’s relegation to the National League was confirmed despite a victory over Barrow last weekend, so it’s difficult to be positive about them here.
The Shrimpers have the worst home record in League Two and have won one of their last 11 matches.
Newport will secure a play-off spot with a point but, having won three of their last four, they will likely get all three.
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