Will Rook and Adam Drury provide their football tips for Saturday's action in League One, League Two and the Nations League.


Lincoln to beat Bristol Rovers (15:00)

Lincoln are one of just six sides in the top four divisions with a 100 per cent record still intact.

Michael Appleton’s side have won six of their last seven in all competitions, with their only blemish in that sequence coming against Liverpool in the third round of the EFL Cup.

Bristol Rovers got their first victory of the season against Northampton last weekend, but a record of one win in seven in all competitions is not convincing.

Morecambe to beat Oldham (15:00)

Morecambe went second in the League Two table following their 1-0 victory at home to Port Vale last weekend.

Derek Adams’ side have won three league games out of four, so this looks like a generous price against one of the strugglers of the division.

Oldham have taken one point from their opening four games and have lost both matches at Boundary Park.

Exeter to beat Southend (15:00)

Southend earned their first point of the league campaign after a late equaliser against Crawley secured a 1-1 draw last weekend, but they followed that with a 3-0 defeat to Portsmouth in the EFL Trophy in midweek.

That result means the Shrimpers, who are second-bottom of the entire EFL, have lost six and drawn one of their seven matches in all competitions this season.

Exeter’s 4-3 victory over League One Swindon on Tuesday means they come into this on a three-match winning streak in all competitions.

Liechtenstein to beat Gibraltar (17:00)

Liechtenstein come into this having won back-to-back matches against Luxembourg and San Marino, while they also beat Gibraltar 2-0 at home in the previous Nations League.

Gibraltar have lost 20 of their last 21 away games, failing to even score in 17 of those defeats.

Spain to beat Switzerland to nil (19:45)

Spain are unbeaten in their last 14 matches and have won each of their last seven home games.

Luis Enrique’s haven’t conceded a goal in any of their last five and have scored 23 unanswered goals in that period.

Switzerland’s only away victory in five came against Gibraltar last November.


Accrington Stanley v Rochdale (15:00)

Accrington have scored and conceded in all of their last three matches, including a 1-4 defeat to Oxford in their last home match.

John Coleman’s side take on Rochdale, who have seen BTTS land in two of their four league matches so far.

Dale are in the top eight for both shots taken and shots conceded in League One, so the goals are bound to flow soon.

Plymouth v Burton (15:00)

Plymouth have been free-scoring at Home Park so far this season, netting seven goals in four matches there.

BTTS has landed in three of those games, while it was unfortunate not to bank as they created several chances in last week’s 1-0 defeat to Hull.

All of Burton’s last three matches have finished 4-2, with both teams scoring in all of their eight games so far this season.

Swindon v AFC Wimbledon (15:00)

BTTS has landed in six of Swindon’s seven games so far this season, with their last three finishing 4-2, 3-1 and 3-4.

Richie Wellens’ side have scored at least twice in seven of their last eight home league matches.

AFC Wimbledon have scored and conceded in three of their four league matches this season.


Stevenage to win or draw v Mansfield & under 4.5 goals (15:00)

Stevenage have narrowly lost games to Bradford and promotion-favourites Salford in their last two matches, but are perfectly capable of taking at least a point from Mansfield.

Alex Revell’s side had previously hammered Oldham 3-0 and drawn 1-1 at Barrow.

They rank sixth for shots on goal in League Two so far this season, and take on a Mansfield side that haven’t won any of their seven matches this season.

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Eoin Doyle (Bolton) to score v Grimsby (15:00)

Doyle scored his first Bolton goal at Harrogate last weekend, which can be the platform for a successful season.

The forward was League Two’s leading goalscorer last season and is averaging two shots per game so far this term, despite the lack of goals.

He can score against Grimsby, who conceded four goals to Salford in their last league outing.

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