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Don’t speculate: 5 picks from Saturday’s domestic fixtures

This boosted acca - with tips from the FA Cup third round and Football League - is your best bet to bag a winner this weekend.

05 Jan | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
Don’t speculate: 5 picks from Saturday’s domestic fixtures

Leicester to beat Fleetwood –

Leicester ended a five-game winless run with a 3-0 victory over Huddersfield on New Year’s Day, and should make it two wins from two on Saturday.

The Foxes have already beaten two Championship sides in the EFL Cup this season, so should have little trouble against a team from the division below.

Fleetwood were beaten 2-1 by Bradford last time out and have now lost three consecutive matches at home.

Huddersfield to beat Bolton –

Huddersfield were beaten by Leicester last time out, but that shouldn’t put you off this weekend.

That was the first defeat in five for David Wagner’s side, who drew with Southampton and beat Watford 4-1 in their previous two on the road.

Bolton are hovering just one point above the Championship relegation zone and, despite back-to-back wins, should be dispatched by a better side.

Brentford to beat Notts County –

Brentford’s excellent home form continued last weekend as they beat Sheffield Wednesday 2-0.

The Bees have won five of a nine-game unbeaten run at Griffin Park, and have only lost once in 13 in all competitions.

Notts County, who are two divisions below their hosts, have managed just one win in nine on the road.

Plymouth to beat Bury –

Bury are now five points adrift at the bottom League One after losing 1-0 to Scunthorpe on New Year’s Day.

That was the Shakers’ fifth straight defeat without scoring a goal and, against in-form Plymouth, that run is unlikely to end this weekend.

Derek Adams’ side have surged out of the relegation zone with 24 points from their last 12 games and four victories in a row at home.

Chelsea to beat Norwich –

Chelsea drew with Arsenal last time out to extend their unbeaten record to seven games in all competitions.

They have also safely progressed through the third round of the FA Cup in each of the past 20 seasons.

So Norwich, who are 13th in the Championship and have won just one in seven away, shouldn’t stand a chance.