Don't Speculate: 5 football tips for Saturday's matches
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Millwall to beat Barnsley
Millwall climbed to fifth in the Championship table following their 2-0 win over Luton on Tuesday, which was their second consecutive victory.
Gary Rowett’s side have taken five points from three games at The New Den in a period that has included games against promotion favourites Brentford and Stoke.
Managerless Barnsley are on a six-match winless run and twice surrendered the lead to Stoke on Wednesday in a 2-2 draw.
Charlton to beat Northampton
Charlton have won back-to-back league games against struggling Blackpool and Wigan and should be able to make it a hat-trick here.
Lee Bowyer’s side have lost two games out of six so far this term, but both of those came against in-form sides in Lincoln and Doncaster.
Northampton had lost four on the spin prior to their 2-1 victory over a Swindon side that seem to be dropping like a stone.
Cambridge to beat Bolton
Top-of-the-league Cambridge are on fire at the moment and come into this on the back of four straight victories in all competitions.
The U’s hammered Scunthorpe 5-0 last Saturday and followed that with a 3-1 win at home to Port Vale.
Bolton rescued a point with a last-minute goal to draw 3-3 with out-of-form Barrow on Tuesday, having been 2-0 down within four minutes, but have lost seven of their opening 10 games.
Cheltenham to beat Mansfield
Third-placed Cheltenham won their fifth league game in six on Tuesday night.
Michael Duff’s side beat struggling Scunthorpe 1-0, having won 2-0 at bottom-of-the-league Southend the previous weekend.
They should have no issues against more troubled opposition. Mansfield are without a win in all competitions so far this season and have taken two points from their last five.
Tranmere to beat Southend
For as long as a it’s reasonably priced, it will be worth backing against Southend in a Saturday accumulator.
The Shrimpers are bottom of the EFL having taken two points from their opening seven matches, while an already blunt attack must now cope with the loss of promising teenage striker Charlie Kelman, following his move to QPR last week.
Tranmere have had a poor start to the season themselves, but their only win so far came at home to second-bottom Scunthorpe. This is a great chance to notch a second.
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