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This week, Will Rook is in the hotseat.



Barnsley have taken 10 points from a possible 12 at Oakwell under new manager Gerhard Struber, only dropping points in a draw against second-placed West Brom.

I fancy the Tykes against a Huddersfield side that have lost four of six on the road.

Next up, I’m dropping down to League Two, where Plymouth are calling my name.

Ryan Lowe’s side have won eight of their last 11 league games and should add another three points against fourth-bottom Carlisle.

Finally, I’m backing Liverpool in the Premier League’s late game.

They have only dropped two points in 20 league games this season, so to get them at against an out-of-form Tottenham side looks a snip.



I’m going bigger with my first free bet, because why not live a little?

First up, a resurgent Middlesbrough should continue their impressive form against Derby.

Boro followed four straight league victories with a 1-1 draw at home to Tottenham in the FA Cup last weekend, while Derby have taken one point from their last seven away games in the Championship.

Bradford are unbeaten in eight and have recalled 23-goal Eoin Doyle from his loan at Swindon. They look a good price against a Crawley side with one win in 11.

Newport have lost four straight away games in all competitions. Scunthorpe have won eight of their last 12 and should get the better of them.

In Italy, Lazio recorded their 10th straight domestic victory as they beat Brescia 2-1 last weekend and, at odds-against, should be backed against Napoli, who have won two in 13.

Staying in Serie A, BTTS has landed in five of Inter’s last seven matches. Atalanta, meanwhile, are the top scorers in the division with 48 goals in 18 games, so we shouldn’t have any issues with BTTS & over 2.5.

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