Don't Speculate: 5 domestic tips for Saturday's football
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Norwich to beat Bolton –
Norwich scored their second injury-time equaliser in as many games to claim a point at league leaders Wolves on Wednesday and extend their unbeaten run to five matches.
The Canaries have lost just once in nine against bottom-half sides at Carrow Road.
Bolton managed to beat Sunderland at the Macron Stadium in midweek, but have lost six of their last seven away games and failed to score in three on the road.
Aston Villa to beat Sheffield Wednesday –
Sheffield Wednesday have now won just one of their last nine league games after losing 2-1 at Millwall in midweek.
The Owls have lost to relegation candidates Birmingham and Burton in that run, and could only draw with second-bottom Barnsley a fortnight ago.
Aston Villa have gone two league games without a victory, but had won seven in a row prior to that.
Middlesbrough to beat Sunderland –
Middlesbrough beat Hull 3-1 last time out to record their second victory in three matches.
Boro have won nine and drawn one of their 10 matches against the bottom seven, including a 1-0 victory over Sunderland in November.
The Black Cats are bottom of the league after their 1-0 defeat to Bolton on Tuesday and have lost six of their last eight league games.
Blackburn to beat Walsall –
Blackburn’s 2-0 win over Bury on Monday saw them move top of League One for the first time this season.
It was the fifth victory in eight for Tony Mowbray’s side and meant that they have now lost just one league game in 22.
Walsall are unbeaten in four games, although their last defeat did come against Saturday’s opponents Blackburn.
The Saddlers have also lost five of their eight matches against the top six this season.
Wycombe to beat Morecambe –
Wycombe are the form team in League Two, having dropped just two points from their last eight matches.
Gareth Ainsworth’s side are a great price to for another victory against a side that are winless in six and have lost all four of their trips to top-seven sides.
The Chairboys have won seven their last eight league games at Adams Park and should make it eight out of nine on Saturday.