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Chelsea to beat Leicester –

Chelsea drew their third match in succession against Arsenal in the EFL Cup, but don’t let that put you off.

Antonio Conte’s side have won seven consecutive league games at Stamford Bridge, keeping five clean sheets in the process.

Leicester laboured to a draw against League One Fleetwood in the cup a week ago and, more significantly, have lost back-to-back away games in the league.

Wolves to beat Barnsley –

Wolves extended their unbeaten run to 13 matches in all competitions with a 0-0 draw at home to Swansea in the FA Cup last weekend.

Nuno Espirito Santo’s side have won five out of six on the road and boast the best away record in the Championship.

Barnsley needed a 90th-minute strike to rescue a draw with Reading last time out at Oakwell, and have won just one of their last 10 matches at home.

Charlton to beat Bury –

Bury’s misery continued in midweek, as they were beaten 3-2 at home to Fleetwood in the EFL Trophy third round.

That was the Shakers’ seventh consecutive defeat and the first time they have managed to score since beating Walsall in the previous round last month.

Charlton aren’t in the best form themselves, but beat Oldham 1-0 in their last league game and earned a decent point at table-toppers Wigan last time out.

Rotherham to beat Oldham –

Rotherham scored a late equaliser at home to third-placed Blackburn on New Year’s Day to claim an impressive point and extend their unbeaten run to six games.

The Millers have dropped just four points in that spell and are now third in the League One form table.

Oldham were beaten 1-0 by Charlton last weekend and have collected just two points from their last six.

Luton to beat Chesterfield –

Despite two consecutive cup defeats, Luton have still won seven of their last nine league games and are four points clear at the top of League Two.

Nathan Jones’ side have also won four and drawn one of their six matches against the bottom six sides so far this season.

Chesterfield were spanked 4-0 by Accrington last time out and have now lost five matches in six-game winless run, scoring just once.