Don't speculate: 5 picks from Saturday's domestic matches
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Aston Villa to beat Ipswich –
Ipswich were denied victory in midweek thanks to a last-minute equaliser from Sheffield Wednesday.
The Tractor Boys have now won just four of their last 14 matches, with three of those victories coming against sides currently in the relegation zone.
Aston Villa beat bottom club Sunderland on Tuesday and have won eight of their last 11 league games.
Wolves to beat Bolton –
Bolton’s seven-match unbeaten run sounds impressive until you realise they have won just two of those matches.
Phil Parkinson’s side failed to beat both Sunderland and injury-ravaged Preston in that run and are also without an away win in nine.
League leaders Wolves hammered promotion-chasing Leeds 4-1 at Molineux on Wednesday and are top of the form table after winning eight of their last 10.
Blackburn to beat Bristol Rovers –
Blackburn won 4-2 at Oxford in midweek to make it back-to-back victories and keep them sixth in the league.
They are unbeaten in seven league games and are third in the League One form table.
Bristol Rovers have plummeted to 17th in the league and were dumped out of the FA Cup in the first round after eight defeats in nine.
Wigan to beat Rotherham –
Wigan bounced back from their defeat to Bradford by beating Doncaster 3-0 at home on Tuesday.
That was the Latics’ sixth victory in nine league games and put them within a point of league leaders Shrewsbury.
Rotherham’s form has deserted them and Paul Warne’s side are have taken just two points from their last five league games.
Luton to beat Crewe –
Table toppers Luton followed up their 7-0 victory over Stevenage last weekend with a 3-0 win over Carlisle in midweek.
The Hatters have now won four out of five in all competitions and scored seven or more on three separate occasions.
Relegation-threatened Crewe managed to beat Morecambe on Tuesday, but have still lost four out of five in the league.