Will Rook and Adam Drury provide their football tips for Saturday's matches in the EFL and World Cup qualifiers.

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Accrington to beat Shrewsbury (15:00)

Accrington were beaten 2-0 away at MK Dons last weekend, but had won three straight league games prior to that.

John Coleman’s side have taken six points from their two home games and can make that nine from three when they host struggling opposition.

Shrewsbury, who will be without the suspended David Davis, came from behind to beat Gillingham last Saturday, but had lost four of four up to then.

Colchester to beat Sutton (15:00)

Sutton are bottom of League Two with just two points.

The Us were beaten 2-1 by previously pointless Oldham last weekend and are yet to win a game in the EFL.

Colchester come into this on a three-match unbeaten run in the league, which includes a creditable 1-1 draw at home to promotion-chasers Mansfield in their last home game.

Swindon to beat Stevenage (15:00)

Swindon come into this having won back-to-back games against fancied sides Salford and Mansfield.

Ben Garner’s side are fourth in the table, with just goal difference separating them from the automatic promotion places.

Stevenage have taken one point from their last three matches, which includes a 4-1 pasting away to Bradford last month.

Denmark (-2) to beat Faroe Islands (19:45)

Faroe Islands come into this having lost 4-0 in back-to-back qualifiers against Israel and Scotland.

They have been beaten in four of their last five matches, with the only exception coming in a 5-1 victory over Liechtenstein in June.

Denmark are top of Group F with a 100 per cent record after four games, having scored 16 goals and conceded just one.

Scotland (-1) to beat Moldova (17:00)

Scotland signed off for Euro 2020 with a 4-0 victory at home to the Faroe Islands and can expect another dominant performance here.

Steve Clarke’s side have only lost to Denmark in four Group F games, while they have won five and drawn one of their last six home qualifiers.

Moldova are bottom of Group F with three defeats from four, all of which were by a margin of two or more goals.


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

This has landed in three of AFC Wimbledon’s five League One games so far this season, including 3-3 and 2-2 draws.

They play Oxford, who have scored in all five of their league matches so far.

Their last two matches have finished 2-1 and 3-1.

Cheltenham v MK Dons (15:00)

BTTS has landed in all of Cheltenham’s opening five League One matches.

Michael Duff’s side have produced 3-2, 3-1 and 2-1 results on that run.

MK Dons have scored 10 goals in five games, with BTTS landing in four of them.

Ukraine v France (19:45)

Ukraine were beaten 3-2 by Kazakhstan on Wednesday, meaning that BTTS has landed in seven of their last nine competitive games.

That run includes a 1-1 draw in the reverse fixture against France in March.

Didier Deschamps’ visitors have scored in 12 straight matches.


Hartlepool draw no bet v Tranmere (15:00)

Hartlepool have made a terrific start to their return to the EFL, winning three of their four matches.

Dave Challinor’s side travel to Tranmere, who haven’t scored in any of their last four games.

The hosts rank in the bottom eight for shots so far this season, and have conceded the fourth-most attempts at the other end.


Tyler Burey (Hartlepool) to score v Tranmere (15:00)

In the same game, Burey looks a good bet to score his fourth goal of the season.

The forward is establishing himself as one of the best players in League Two, ranking in the top 20 for shots per game and xG per 90 minutes.

Despite only conceding two goals, Tranmere rank fourth-bottom for xG against from open play so will likely start conceding more soon.

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