Don't speculate: 5 picks for Saturday's domestic fixtures
This boosted acca - with tips from the Premier League, Championship, League One and League Two - is your best bet to earn a profit this weekend.
Manchester City to beat Leicester –
Premier League leaders Manchester City are cruising towards the title.
Pep Guardiola’s side beat Arsenal 3-1 before the international break to record their 15th victory in a 17-match unbeaten run in all competitions this season.
Leicester have won three and drawn one since getting rid of Craig Shakespeare last month, but don’t stand a chance against the best team in the division.
Wolves to beat Reading –
Wolves went into the international break on the back of 2-0 win over Fulham at Molineux and top of the Championship.
That was their second consecutive victory by the same score line and fifth win in six league games.
Reading shocked Derby last time out with 4-2 win at Pride Park, but have still managed just one win in six in all competitions at the Madejski Stadium.
Charlton to beat MK Dons –
Charlton’s 1-0 win over AFC Wimbledon a fortnight ago was their fourth league victory in five matches, and moved Karl Robinson’s side to second in the form table.
The Addicks are also unbeaten in seven League One matches – a run that has propelled them to third.
MK Dons beat Fleetwood at home last Saturday, but that was their first win in seven.
Robbie Neilson’s side are yet to take a point off a top-seven side in three attempts.
Forest Green to beat Crewe –
After a dreadful start to the season, Forest Green have managed three victories in their last four league games.
They host League Two’s worst travellers, Crewe, who have lost six out of seven on the road.
Having also been beaten 11 times out of 14 in all competitions away from home, the Railwaymen shouldn’t put up much resistance.
Port Vale to beat Barnet –
Port Vale have turned their campaign around under Neil Aspin, winning five of their last seven matches.
Barnet are without a win in 13 and haven’t kept a clean sheet in 19, leaving them bottom of the League Two form table.
Even though the Bees brought in new manager Mark McGhee this week, the home side should still take another three points.