Don't Speculate: 5 football tips for Saturday's matches
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Barnsley to beat Sheffield Wednesday
Barnsley have won nine and drawn three of their last 12 league matches, taking more points than any other side in the Championship.
That run has taken the Tykes to fifth in the table and a 3-1 victory at Wycombe on Tuesday made it three wins from three against teams currently in the relegation zone.
Sheffield Wednesday ended a seven-game losing streak with a 1-1 draw at home to Huddersfield, while their only victory in 10 came against bottom-of-the-league Wycombe.
Burton to beat MK Dons
Burton have won eight and drawn one of their last 10 matches, with their only defeat in that sequence coming against in-form Sunderland last month.
The Brewers’ transformation under Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink has been one of the stories of the season in League One and, having beaten promotion chasers Peterborough, Charlton and Hull in that run, they look a great price here.
MK Dons come into this having won back-to-back games, but three straight defeats on the road make them an appealing prospect to take on.
Sunderland to beat Lincoln
Third-placed Sunderland are top of the eight-game form table in League One, having won seven and drawn one of their last eight matches
The Black Cats will come into this full of confidence, having beaten Tranmere in the 2020/21 EFL Trophy final at Wembley last weekend.
Fellow promotion hopefuls Lincoln, meanwhile, have lost four of their last six matches and are going in the opposite direction.
Bolton to beat Walsall
Bolton’s 1-0 win at Port Vale in midweek was their ninth in an 11-match unbeaten run.
That sequence of results has carried Wanderers to within four points of the automatic promotion spots.
They face a Walsall side that are without a win in nine and listing fast.
Cheltenham to beat Salford
Top-of-the-league Cheltenham were beaten 2-0 by relegation candidates Barrow in midweek but can get back to winning ways here.
Michael Duff’s side had won five of their previous six and look a great price against out-of-form opposition.
Salford are winless in four and haven’t scored in their last three as their play-off charge looks to be fading.
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