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Here are Will Rook's weekend football tips to help you on your way.

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Coventry to beat QPR

Coventry’s motoring form continued in midweek as they beat struggling Wigan 2-0 to record a sixth win in eight matches.

The Sky Blues have beaten top-six sides Watford, Blackburn and Sheffield United in that run and are great value to add another here.

QPR have taken one point from their last four matches, a run that includes defeats against bottom-three sides West Brom and Huddersfield.

Preston to beat Millwall

Preston look in great nick following their 2-1 victory away to Reading last Friday, which was their fourth in five matches.

That sequence has lifted Ryan Lowe’s side to within a point of the play-off places and they look a good price to sign off for the World Cup with another three points.

Millwall come into this with the second-worst away record in the Championship, having managed one win in nine away from The Den.

Peterborough to beat Exeter

Exeter have lost three of their last five matches and won only one of the three league games that manager Gary Caldwell has taken charge of.

The Grecians lost 4-2 to rivals Plymouth last time out in the league, which was their only fixture against a team currently in the top six so far, and could be in for another defeat at the hands of promotion chasers.

Peterborough have won six of their last eight league games and nine of their 12 matches against teams currently 11th or lower in the League One table.

Stockport to beat Newport

Stockport appear to be hitting their stride and come into this having won five and drawn one of their last six matches in all competitions.

Dave Challinor’s side have dropped two points in their last four league games and haven’t conceded a goal in that period.

Newport have won two of their last 11 league games.

Bradford City to beat Sutton

Sutton were dumped out of the FA Cup last weekend following a 2-0 home defeat to National League South Farnborough.

That result means Matt Gray’s side have managed only two victories in their last 11 in all competitions, while they have lost five and drawn two of their last eight in the league.

Bradford ended a run of three straight draws in the league with a 2-1 away win over Mansfield on Tuesday, meaning they dropped just two points in their last six matches on the road.

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