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Will Rook's football betting tips finished £900 up last season and we will once again be tracking the profit of his picks throughout 2019/20.

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Coventry to beat Blackpool

Coventry have settled in nicely at St Andrew’s, winning three league games out of three without conceding.

The Sky Blues are one of just five sides in League One yet to lose a game this season and are a great price to take another three points at their temporary home.

Blackpool are unbeaten on 12 points, but have played just two top-half sides so far and have drawn their last three matches.

Wycombe to beat Lincoln

Wycombe still have a 100 per cent home record with three wins out of three.

The Chairboys have netted nine of their 10 league goals at Adams Park this season and average 16.7 shots per game – more than any other side in the division.

Lincoln were beaten 3-1 at Doncaster in the EFL Trophy in midweek and have lost their last three away games in all competitions.

Cheltenham to beat Stevenage

Cheltenham come into this on the back of two consecutive defeats on the road, but their contrasting home form means they are worth including this weekend.

Michael Duff’s side have the best home record in League Two with seven points from their three matches at the Jonny-Rocks Stadium.

Second-bottom Stevenage have failed to win any of their opening six matches, while their 2-2 draw at home to Macclesfield last weekend was the first time they had scored this season.

Crewe to beat Grimsby

Crewe came from behind to beat Bradford City 2-1 last weekend for their fourth victory in five league games.

That result took the Railwaymen to third in the table and, averaging the second-most shots per game and fourth-most possession, I’m happy to back them against another decent side.

Grimsby have won back-to-back matches against strugglers Walsall and Port Vale, but hadn’t won any of their previous three.

Mansfield to beat Scunthorpe

Scunthorpe’s dreadful start to the season continued last Saturday with a 1-0 defeat at home to Carlisle.

The Iron have picked up just one point from six games since relegation from League One and are two points adrift at the bottom of the table.

Mansfield are on six points after an underwhelming start, but have a great opportunity to put that right here.

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