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Bournemouth to beat Coventry

Bournemouth recorded their third straight league victory on Easter Monday by beating Blackburn 2-0.

That result was also their fifth win in seven and kept them within a point of the play-off positions.

Fifth-bottom Coventry have drawn two and lost six of their last eight away games in all competitions.

Nottingham Forest to beat Bristol City

Bristol City come into this on the back of three straight defeats, including against relegation candidates Rotherham and Coventry.

The Robins have lost 12 of their last 16 matches in all competitions, including seven straight losses at Ashton Gate.

Nottingham Forest have taken seven points from their last three, while they have only been beaten by promotion-chasing Watford and Swansea in their last 11 on the road.

Blackpool to beat Lincoln

This is a massive price for the form team in League One.

Blackpool are unbeaten in 13 matches, while no side in the division have taken more points (14) in the last six.

That run has seen them climb to fifth, overtaking a Lincoln side whose own play-off push is flagging following a five-game winless run, including back-to-back home defeats.

Peterborough to beat Swindon

Peterborough kept their title hopes alive with a 1-1 draw at home to third-placed Sunderland on Easter Monday, meaning they have taken seven points from their last three matches.

Posh’s away form has prevented them from running away with the league this season but, having taken 10 points from five games at teams currently in the bottom six, they should be trusted here.

Fifth-bottom Swindon have lost six of their last eight matches, including three on the bounce at the County Ground.

Bolton to beat Harrogate

Bolton’s automatic promotion hopes took a hit following a 1-0 defeat to Newport on Easter Monday, but their previous sequence of 11 victories in a 14-match unbeaten run suggests they can make amends here.

Ian Evatt’s have only dropped six points in their last nine home games and host a side with little to play for on Saturday.

Harrogate have taken one point in their last five matches, coming against relegation-threatened Walsall.

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