Don't Speculate: 5 football tips for Saturday's matches
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Huddersfield to beat Nottingham Forest
Huddersfield come into this on the back of a 3-0 victory away to struggling Blackpool on Tuesday night.
That was the Terriers’ fourth league win in five matches, with their only defeat in that run coming against promotion challengers Stoke.
Bottom-of-the-league Nottingham Forest sacked manager Chris Hughton on Thursday, having taken one point from their opening seven matches in the Championship.
Sunderland to beat Fleetwood
Sunderland are top of League One, having won six of their opening seven league games.
Lee Johnson’s side come into this on the back of four straight victories, while they also won away at Championship Blackpool in the EFL Cup last month.
Fleetwood have picked up after a poor start, taking all of their seven points in their last three matches, but their opposition should be trusted at odds-against.
Sheffield Wednesday to beat Shrewsbury
Shrewsbury have lost all three away games this season and are the only team in League One yet to score an away goal.
Steve Cotterill’s side have earned just four points so far, having lost five games out of seven overall.
Sheffield Wednesday have a 100 per cent record at Hillsborough so far this season.
Leyton Orient to beat Bristol Rovers
Leyton Orient thumped struggling Oldham 4-0 last weekend to climb go fourth in League Two.
Kenny Jackett’s side have taken seven points from their last three matches and look great value to add another three against opposition in bad shape.
Bristol Rovers are third-bottom with seven points from seven games and were beaten 1-0 by Hartlepool last weekend.
Hartlepool to beat Oldham
Bottom-of-the-league Oldham have lost six games out of seven in League Two so far.
The Latics have shipped seven goals without reply in defeats to Barrow and Leyton Orient, while their total of 14 conceded goals is a league high.
Hartlepool have won three of their last five matches and should get the better of a team in disarray.
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