Don't Speculate: 5 football tips for Saturday's matches
Back Will Rook's 33/1 accumulator, which is made up of games from the 15:00 kick-offs in the FA Cup third round, League One and League Two.
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Leicester to beat Watford
Leicester’s 1-0 victory over Liverpool last week was their fourth on the spin in all competitions at the King Power.
The Foxes have only been beaten by Arsenal and Chelsea in their last 11 at home, and look good value for another victory here despite injury problems.
Watford have lost six straight matches and eight of their last nine.
Brighton to beat West Brom
Brighton have taken seven points from their last three league games against Brentford, Chelsea and Everton to climb into the top half of the Premier League.
The Seagulls have only lost three of their last 15 matches in all competitions and have already beaten Championship opposition in Cardiff and Swansea in the EFL Cup this season.
West Brom have taken just one point from matches against Barnsley, Derby and Cardiff, so this looks a great price.
Oxford to beat Lincoln
Lincoln come into this having lost four of their last five matches, three of which were to nil.
Last time out at home, the Imps capitalised from two individual errors to go two goals ahead against MK Dons and still lost 3-2.
Oxford have won seven and lost just one of their last 12 league games, and were a missed penalty away from all three points in their 1-1 draw at home to Cheltenham on New Year’s Day.
Sutton to beat Oldham
Sutton United are third in League Two after 23 matches and have won three straight matches in all competitions.
Matt Gray’s side scored a late winner against play-off chasers Exeter on New Year’s Day to win their last league game and have only lost one of their last six.
Bottom-of-the-league Oldham haven’t won in their last six matches, and they were beaten 3-1 by second-bottom Scunthorpe in their last league game at Boundary Park on Boxing Day.
Tranmere to beat Scunthorpe
Second-bottom Scunthorpe were beaten 1-0 at home to relegation rivals Carlsle on New Year’s Day.
The Iron’s only victory in their last 11 matches came against bottom-of-the-league Oldham on Boxing Day.
Fourth-placed Tranmere have won five league games on the spin, so this looks a good bet.
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