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


Luton to beat Wigan

Wigan are bottom of the Championship and have lost five and drawn three of their last eight matches in all competitions.

The Latics were beaten 2-1 at home to Luton in the FA Cup in midweek in a mirror of this game.

Luton have won four of their last six matches, with their only defeat in that sequence coming against in-form West Brom.

Lincoln to beat Burton

Lincoln are the only team in League One who are unbeaten at home this season.

Mark Kennedy’s side have drawn four of their last five matches, although two of those – against in-form Bolton and Ipswich – were with 10 men.

Second-bottom Burton have lost their last two games by an aggregate score of 9-0 and have lost eight of their 13 away games this season – the fourth-worst record in the division.

Port Vale to beat Morecambe

Fifth-bottom Morecambe have won three matches in a row for the first time in their two-season stay in League One.

Each of those victories have come against teams in 18th and below, though, suggesting that this run of results is unsustainable.

Port Vale have won four of their last seven matches, including a 1-0 victory over Morecambe on Boxing Day, and have won four of their six matches against teams 20th or lower.

Charlton to beat Peterborough

Charlton’s form has transformed under new manager Dean Holden, who took over on the back of a nine-game winless run.

The Addicks have won their last three league games and climbed to 12th in the League One table – six points outside the play-off positions.

Peterborough responded to a 3-0 home defeat to Wycombe with a 2-0 victory at Port Vale on Monday, but have lost six and drawn one of their last nine in all competitions.

Swindon to beat Walsall

Swindon hammered Grimsby 5-0 last week and are buoyed by the return of Charlie Austin, who got the opener in last weekend’s rout.

That was the Robins’ third win in five, with the other two coming against promotion rivals Northampton and Barrow.

Walsall are in good form, but will be affected by the absence of 15-goal top scorer Danny Johnson, who has returned to parent club Mansfield after his loan expired.


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