Blackburn to beat Oxford (17:30) –

Blackburn need to win to have any hope of winning the League One title on Saturday.

Given Rovers have the best home record in division and have gone 19 league games without defeat at Ewood Park, they should fulfil their side of the bargain.

Oxford have lost five of their last seven on the road and were beaten 4-2 in the reverse fixture back in November.

Wigan to beat Doncaster (17:30) –

Unfortunately for Blackburn, league leaders Wigan should claim another victory to hold them at arm’s length.

The Latics have the best away record in League One, winning five of their last seven on the road.

Doncaster are winless in five and haven’t even scored a goal in four.

Celta Vigo to beat Deportivo (17:30) –

Deportivo’s relegation was confirmed in defeat to Barcelona last week, and life will only get worse at Celta Vigo on Saturday.

Clarence Seedorf’s side have failed to score in six of their last seven away matches, losing five of them.

Their hosts are unbeaten in 10 home matches, backing up a 4-0 win over Sevilla last month with creditable draws against Barcelona and Valencia.

Young Boys to beat Sion (18:00) –

Young Boys secured the Swiss Super League title with a 2-1 victory over Lucerne last week, but don’t bank on them easing up.

That was their 13th victory in a 16-match unbeaten run in all competitions, while they have lost just one league game in 21.

Second-bottom Sion are without a victory in three and have won just three in 16.

Sporting to beat Benfica (20:30) –

Benfica’s shock defeat to Tondela last week all but ended their Primeira Liga title hopes.

Rui Vitoria’s side have now lost two of their last three matches, and their prospects look similarly bleak at Sporting.

The hosts have won five consecutive matches, including a quarter-final second leg victory over Atletico Madrid in the Europa League last month.


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