Don't Speculate: 5 football tips for Saturday's matches
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Here are Will Rook's weekend football tips to help you on your way.
Burnley to beat Luton
Championship leaders Burnley are far and away the best team in the league, reflected in their eight-point lead over second place and 15-point buffer to third.
Vincent Kompany’s side drew 1-1 with Watford in midweek, but had won their last 10 league games in a row. They have notched 20 victories out of 31 so far this season.
Fourth-placed Luton are a good side, but they are winless in three. Regardless, it’s not often that Burnley will go into any game for the rest of the season at an odds-against price, so it’s worth backing them.
Middlesbrough to beat QPR
Third-placed Middlesbrough narrowed the gap between themselves and second-placed Sheffield United to seven points by beating them 3-1 on Wednesday.
That victory was Boro’s 11th in their last 13 league games, while they have won five on the bounce at The Riverside.
QPR are winless in 10 in all competitions and have won one in 17.
Barnsley to beat Cheltenham
Barnsley’s League One promotion push has got back on track recently, having won four and drawn one of their last five matches.
Michael Duff’s side have won six of their eight matches against teams currently in the bottom seven.
Cheltenham’s 2-1 victory over Cambridge in midweek was their first in eight league games. They are winless in four at home, a run that stretches back to mid-November.
Bradford City to beat Barrow
Bradford City come into this having won back-to-back matches to close the gap to third place to four points.
The Bantams became only the second team to win away at second-placed Stevenage last weekend, while back at home they have taken 10 points from their last five.
Barrow are dropping out of the promotion picture at an alarming rate, having won just one of their last 12 league games.
Gillingham to beat Rochdale
Gillingham are top of the six-game form table in League Two, having taken 13 points in that period.
Neil Harris’ side beat Grimsby 2-1 at home in midweek to move out of the bottom two and are a great price here.
Bottom-of-the-league Rochdale are also bottom of the form table, having taken one point in their last six.
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