Wolves, Wigan and Luton all to win: £10 at 9/2*
Wolves should wrap up the Championship title by winning their fourth-consecutive match at Bolton, for whom relegation looms.
Wigan should continue their canter to League One promotion with victory at Fleetwood, while Luton will do the same in League Two at Carlisle.
Watford v Crystal Palace BTTS, Burnley to beat Stoke: £10 at 5/1*
Watford have scored in each of their last 13 matches in all competitions at Vicarage Road, while Crystal Palace have netted in 12 of their 13 top-flight matches this calendar year.
Burnley had won their previous five matches prior to Thursday’s narrow defeat at home to Chelsea, three of which were away at bottom-half opposition. Stoke are winless in 10, and have lost their last three on home turf.
Wolves, Aston Villa and Luton all to win and Bradford City double chance: £10 at 11/1*
Wolves can seal the Championship title with a point on Saturday, but they should claim their seventh victory in eight against a Bolton side that has lost four out of five.
Aston Villa also look good for an away victory against out-of-form Ipswich, who have lost five of their last seven.
Further down the pyramid, I’m backing Bradford to build on improved performances in their last two and come away from relegation-threatened Rochdale with at least a point.
Finally, Luton have won their last three should seal their return to League One with another victory away to an average Carlisle side.
Liverpool, Arsenal and Chelsea all to win: £10 at 5/2*
I’ve been on a poor run and there’s not much I fancy this week, so it’s time to keep it simple.
Liverpool and Chelsea are all both big favourites who should come through with wins this weekend against poor sides.
I wouldn’t usually bet on Arsenal in the Premier League, but Arsene Wenger’s announcement should give the club a boost and I think they’ll also beat West Ham handily.
AFC Wimbledon, Doncaster, Southend and Barnet all to win: £5 at 20/1*
I’m giving myself two chances this weekend.
AFC Wimbledon are pulling clear of danger having won two on the bounce, and MK Dons look doomed after losing three on the spin.
Doncaster have a decent home record that should improve further against Oxford, who have lost five of their last six on the road, while Barnet have won both of their home games so far under Martin Allen.
Crystal Palace, Middlesbrough, Preston and Leeds to win or draw and BTTS: £5 at 33/1*
Palace have been a BTTS banker of late, while Watford have lost five of their last six.
Both teams have scored in eight of Boro’s last 11 games – of which they’ve lost just two – and seven of Barnsley’s last nine, during which time they’ve only won one.
Finally, Preston have conceded in all of their last 10 games at Deepdale and only failed to score twice.
*Odds subject to change.
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