Don't Speculate: 5 football tips for Saturday's matches
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Bournemouth to beat Luton
Bournemouth were held to a 1-1 draw at home to Millwall last weekend, but have still lost only one game in 12 in all competitions at the Vitality Stadium this season.
The Cherries had won five out of six prior to that game and can take another three points on Saturday.
Luton have taken two points from their last six away games, scoring just twice in the process.
Norwich to beat Cardiff
Norwich are currently four points clear at the top of the Championship following a run of six victories in their last eight.
The Canaries have won seven and drawn one of their 11 away games in the league this season and have the Championship’s best travelling record.
Cardiff have lost four straight matches, including a 2-0 defeat at Norwich less than a month ago.
Accrington to beat Gillingham
Gillingham were beaten 1-0 by bottom-of-the-league Burton last weekend and have lost six of their last seven matches in all competitions.
The Gills lost 2-0 at home to Accrington last month as part of that run, while four of those defeats came on the road.
Accrington beat Charlton 2-0 last time out and currently occupy a play-off spot in League One, having played fewer games than any team in the division.
Oxford to beat Northampton
Oxford are unbeaten in all competitions since a derby defeat to Swindon nine games ago.
Karl Robinson’s side have won five matches on the spin as part of that run, including back-to-back away games against struggling Burton and Plymouth.
Relegation-threatened Northampton have lost four of their last six matches, failing to score on four occasions during that sequence.
Southend to beat Grimsby
Bottom-of-the-league Southend have finally got their season going after a dreadful start, and have a great opportunity to lift themselves off the foot of the table here.
The Shrimpers have won four and drawn one of their last six league games – including a 3-1 win over Grimsby last month – despite having managed just one victory all season prior to that run.
Second-bottom Grimsby, who are one point above Southend are in all kinds of trouble. The Mariners have taken one point from their last five games and played two games more than their visitors.
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