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Brighton not to beat Huddersfield –

Brighton are the Premier League’s fifth-least creative side with the division’s second-worst goal tally, having failed to score since beating Arsenal last month.

And the Seagulls will not find chances any easier to come by against a stubborn Huddersfield side.

The Terriers – who have conceded just three goals in their last three games – have allowed the second-fewest number of shots on their goal of teams outside the top six this season, which could prove a telling statistic against a poor attack.

A 0-0 draw is a tempting bet at .

Rotherham not to beat Fleetwood –

Since stringing together seven consecutive victories in January and February, Rotherham have won just one of their last six matches.

The Millers appear to be meandering towards the play-offs, so are vulnerable against an in-form Fleetwood.

Since replacing Uwe Rosler with John Sheridan following eight straight defeats, Saturday’s visitors have gone seven matches unbeaten, winning all of their last four.

Grimsby not to beat Chesterfield –

This is an eye-catching price for Grimsby’s 20-match winless run to continue for one more week in this crunch match at the bottom of League Two.

New manager Michael Jolley has not made any difference to the Mariners’ results. After surrendering a 1-0 lead to lose at Wycombe last time out, he has overseen two draws and four defeats from six games.

Chesterfield have only lost two of their last five matches, with star striker Kristian Dennis rediscovering the form that could decide this game with two goals in his last three.

Cheltenham not to beat Morecambe –

Only one-goal defeats to promotion candidates Luton, Mansfield and Accrington punctuate Morecambe’s run of four wins and eight draws from 15 matches.

Jim Bentley’s side are unbeaten in their last five outings, and have lost just two of their last eight games on the road.

They are a great price to avoid defeat at mid-table Cheltenham, who have only won two of their last nine matches, and have been beaten in their last two.


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