Don't Speculate: 5 football tips for Saturday's matches
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Fulham to beat Blackpool
Fulham are top of the Championship having won four and drawn one of their opening five Championship matches.
The Cottagers’ only dropped points came on the opening day in a 1-1 draw with Middlesbrough, while they have conceded fewer goals (three) than any other side in the division.
Blackpool are yet to win a match since their promotion from League One and have lost both matches at Bloomfield Road without scoring.
QPR to beat Reading
QPR come into this in third place with three victories and two draws in the league.
Mark Warburton’s side have a 100 per cent away record after two games, having beaten Hull and Middlesbrough.
Reading have lost four of their opening five league games, only beating Preston last month.
Burton to beat Gillingham
Third-placed Burton have taken seven points from their three games at the Pirelli Stadium this season.
The Brewers come into this on the back of a goalless draw away to Bolton on Monday, where they took a point despite a late red card for defender John Brayford.
Gillingham have taken one point from three away games and lost 2-1 to previously winless Shrewsbury last time out on the road.
Wigan to beat Doncaster
Doncaster are bottom of League One with one point from five matches.
Richie Wellens’ side have lost all three away games to nil and look set for another defeat against in-form opposition.
Wigan have taken 10 points from their last four matches, including six from six at the DW Stadium.
Leyton Orient to beat Oldham
Oldham are just one point above bottom-of-the-league Sutton, despite having played two extra games.
The Latics have lost five matches out of six in League Two so far, with their only victory coming against the bottom side.
Leyton Orient have won two home games out of three, with their only defeat coming against top-of-the-league Harrogate.
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