Will Rook and Adam Drury provide their football tips for Saturday's matches.

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Plymouth to beat Accrington (15:00)

Plymouth can go back to the top of League One with a victory here, given that league leaders Wigan have a week off.

Ryan Lowe’s side are unbeaten in their last 15 league games and have only dropped two points over their last five.

Accrington were thumped 5-1 away to League Two Port Vale in the cup last weekend and have won one in four in all competitions.

Salford to beat Scunthorpe (15:00)

Scunthorpe are bottom of League Two and have lost 10 of their last 13 games in all competitions.

As part of that run, the Iron have lost five of their last six at home, including back-to-back matches in the last week.

Salford aren’t in great shape themselves in the league, but come into this having won back-to-back cup games and should take three points from this one.

Walsall to beat Harrogate (15:00)

Walsall are flying under Matty Taylor after a slow start to the season, having taken 12 points from their last six league games.

The Saddlers have lost just two of their last eight matches in all competitions at the Bescot Stadium, one of which came against league leaders Forest Green in midweek.

Harrogate have taken one point from their four league games since beating bottom-of-the-league Scunthorpe 6-1 last month.

Grimsby to beat Aldershot (15:00)

Aldershot are second-bottom of the National League with seven points after 14 matches.

The Shots have lot five straight league games, with their only victories in all competitions this season coming against bottom-of-the-league Dover and out-of-form Southend.

Third-placed Grimsby have lost back-to-back league games, but had won four on the spin prior to that and represent good value here.

Torquay to beat Dover (15:00)

Dover are bottom of the National League, 16 points behind second-bottom Aldershot having deducted 12 points at the start of the season.

But Andy Hessenthaler‘s side would still be bottom without the deduction, having picked up just three points in 13 matches.

Last season’s play-off finalists Torquay have won three straight league games at home and should justify their short price on Saturday.


BTTS & over 2.5 goals in Ipswich v Oxford (15:00)

The two teams with the highest proportion of BTTS matches in League One meet at Portman Road on Saturday.

Seven of Ipswich’s eight league home matches this season have seen both teams score, with the exception a 6-0 win against Doncaster. Over 2.5 goals were scored in six of those seven.

This bet has landed in five of Oxford’s last six league games.


Charlton draw no bet v Burton (15:00)

Charlton have been transformed since Johnnie Jackson took over as interim manager, taking seven points from three league games, including a win at Sunderland.

The Addicks have only been beaten once in their last four on the road in League One, winning twice.

Burton have only won three of their last 13 league matches, losing both of their last two.

Mansfield draw no bet v Stevenage (15:00)

There are tentative signs of a revival at Mansfield, who have won their last three games in all competitions and only lost three of their last eight in the league.

The Stags, who beat Sunderland away in the FA Cup last weekend, can win at struggling Stevenage.

Saturday’s hosts are without a goal in four League Two matches, losing 3-0 twice and 5-0 once on that run.


Mohamed Eisa (MK Dons) to score v Cambridge (15:00)

Eisa has scored four goals so far this season and is set to notch several more in the coming weeks.

The 27-year-old ranks 17th for shots per League One game and is up in ninth for xG per 90 minutes.

Cambridge have only kept one clean sheet away from home this season and take on superior opposition here.

George Miller (Walsall) to score v Harrogate (15:00)

Miller has scored seven goals this season, four of which have come in games at the Bescot Stadium.

The 23-year-old ranks seventh in League Two for shots per game and 11th for xG per 90 minutes.

Harrogate have conceded nine goals in their last five away games.

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