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

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WIN/DRAW/WIN

Union Berlin to beat Augsburg (14:30)

Union Berlin are performing above all expectations this season and currently sit fourth in the Bundesliga, on course for a Champions League spot.

Urs Fischer’s side have dropped two points in their last four matches in a run that includes games against Borussia Monchengladbach, Hoffenheim and Leverkusen.

Third-bottom Augsburg are winless in five, so this seems like decent value.

Huddersfield to beat Barnsley (15:00)

Barnsley are bottom of the Championship, despite second-bottom Derby’s 21-point deduction, and look destined for an FA Cup exit here.

The Tykes have won three games out of 30 in all competitions all season – one of which was a 5-4 victory after extra time against League Two Barrow in the previous round of the cup – and have lost four straight matches.

Huddersfield have won six and drawn three of their last nine games.

QPR to beat Peterborough (15:00)

QPR beat 4-0 last weekend to make it five victories and two draws from their last seven games in all competitions.

The R’s have won nine of their last 14 matches in all competitions and can notch another here.

Peterborough have lost nine of their last 14 matches in all competitions, with the only victories in that sequence coming against Millwall and League Two Bristol Rovers.

Tranmere to beat Barrow (15:00)

Tranmere beat Stevenage 1-0 in midweek to get back to winning ways following a 4-0 defeat at home to leaders Forest Green last weekend.

Despite that defeat, Micky Mellon’s second-placed side have still won nine of their last 11 league games.

Barrow have lost eight of their last 12 in League Two.

Montpellier to beat St-Etienne (16:00)

Sixth-placed Montpellier come into this having won seven of their last 10 matches in all competitions.

Oliver Dall’Oglio’s side claimed a creditable draw away to Marseille in the Coupe de France last weekend and have beaten both Monaco and Strasbourg in that sequence.

Bottom-of-the-league St-Etienne beat out-of-form Angers in midweek, but had lost seven straight league games prior to that.

GOALS

BTTS in Stoke v Wigan (15:00)

BTTS has landed in three of Stoke’s last four home matches, including a 3-2 defeat to Fulham last time out.

They take on Wigan, who have scored and conceded in nine of their last 11 on the road.

With not too much on the line for either side, their attacking instincts should come out even more here.

BTTS & over 2.5 goals in Fiorentina v Lazio (19:45)

Over 2.5 goals has landed in all of Fiorentina’s 12 home games this season, with BTTS landing in seven of them.

BTTS has generally been included in home matches against the better teams such as Inter, Napoli and Milan.

Lazio have scored 11 goals in their last five away games, racking up three goals three times.

ANYTIME GOALSCORERS

Jordan Ayew (Crystal Palace) to score v Hartlepool (15:00)

Pending team news, Ayew looks a big price to score against League Two opposition.

The Ghanaian, who has taken 1.4 shots per game this season, is back from the AFCON in plenty of time to play here.

In a game his side should have much the better of, he should have plenty of opportunities.

Raheem Sterling (Man City) to score v Fulham (15:00)

Should he start, Sterling is an obvious candidate to score in a Man City home game against Championship opposition.

The forward has scored 10 goals this season, including four in his last six appearances.

He netted against Swansea in the FA Cup last season, and at least one more goal against lower-league opposition should be achievable in a match City will dominate.

Michael Smith (Rotherham) to score v Accrington Stanley (15:00)

Smith has scored 20 goals this season, including at least one in in eight of Rotherham’s last 11 home games.

Despite not netting in Tuesday’s 5-0 win over Doncaster, he still took more shots than any of his team-mates. He ranks third for shots per game and sixth for xG per 90 minutes in League One.

Accrington have conceded twice in both of their last two matches.

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