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.
Huddersfield to beat Reading
Reading’s 2-0 defeat at home to Luton on Wednesday was their fourth in a row in all competitions, which includes a 2-1 loss at National League North Kidderminster in the FA Cup.
The Royals are winless in seven and are bottom of the Championship form table.
Huddersfield are unbeaten in their last eight in all competitions and beat Premier League Burnley 2-1 in their last away game in the FA Cup third round.
Shrewsbury to beat Bolton
Bolton beat Ipswich 2-0 last weekend, but that was their first victory after a run of five straight defeats.
Ian Evatt’s side have lost their last seven away games in League One, scoring just one goal in that sequence.
Shrewsbury are unbeaten in eight at the New Meadow, winning six and drawing two, and have taken points off Sheffield Wednesday, Sunderland and MK Dons this season.
Wigan to beat Gillingham
Second-placed Wigan are a short price, but this should be the banker of the weekend.
The Latics came from behind to beat Morecambe 2-1 in midweek, their fifth straight victory in all competitions that extended their unbeaten run to 16 matches – stretching back to October.
Second-bottom Gillingham are without a manager, winless in 14 and have lost eight of their last nine matches.
Mansfield to beat Barrow
This is a massive price for League Two’s form side to win again.
Mansfield come into this on the back of six straight league victories and nine in their last 10.
Fourth-bottom Barrow beat struggling Colchester last weekend, but that was their first victory in five.
Salford to beat Colchester
Third-bottom Colchester lost 3-2 at high-flying Sutton in midweek, despite twice taking the lead.
The U’s sacked manager Hayden Mullins after that result, which was their sixth straight defeat and eighth game without a win.
Salford, who signed striker Matt Smith from Millwall in midweek, recorded their third victory in five on Tuesday by beating Port Vale 1-0.
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