Don't Speculate: 5 football tips for Saturday's matches
Back Will Rook's 57/1 acca, which includes football tips from Saturday's games in the Premier League, Championship and Serie A.
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Cardiff to beat Bristol City (15:00)
Cardiff have taken seven points from an available nine since the restart and won 2-0 at home to league leaders Leeds in their first game back two weeks ago.
The Bluebirds are unbeaten in five league games – a run that has seen them climb into the play-off positions.
Bristol City have lost six and drawn two of their last eight league games, while the eight points they have accrued in their last 11 matches is the fewest in the division.
Luton to beat Reading (15:00)
Bottom-of-the-league Luton extended their unbeaten run to six league matches following a creditable 1-1 draw away to Leeds on Tuesday.
Under Nathan Jones, who has been in charge after returning for the restart, the Hatters have narrowed the gap to safety to two points.
Reading come into this having lost back-to-back matches and are without a win since the season’s resumption.
Barnsley to beat Stoke (15:00)
This feels like a generous price against an out-of-form side that has played their way into trouble since the restart.
Stoke have picked up one point in their last three games and followed a 2-0 defeat against fellow strugglers Middlesbrough last weekend with a 3-0 thumping at Wigan on Tuesday. Those defeats have left them one point above the bottom three.
Second-bottom Barnsley beat Blackburn 2-0 in midweek and have taken seven points from their last three games, keeping clean sheets in each of them.
Juventus to beat Torino (16:15)
Serie A leaders Juventus maintained their four-point lead over second-placed Inter with a 3-1 victory against Genoa in midweek.
That was their sixth-straight win in the league, while they have only dropped two points in 14 home games this season.
Torino lost 2-1 to Lazio on Tuesday and have taken just four points from their last 10 league games – the fewest in the division.
Wolves to beat Arsenal (17:30)
Arsenal come into this on the back of three straight victories in all competitions, but I still don’t fancy them here.
The Gunners have managed three victories in 16 on the road this season and lost back-to-back games at Manchester City and Brighton last month.
Wolves have won three games out of three since the restart and are level on points with fifth-placed Manchester United.
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