Don't Speculate: 5 tips for Saturday's domestic action
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Burnley to beat Brighton –
Burnley should return to winning ways on Saturday after failing to beat Stoke and Chelsea in their last two.
The Clarets had won their last five league games prior to that little blip, and have lost just two of their last 11.
Brighton have the third-worst away record in the Premier League, having taken just 10 points from 16 games.
Brentford to beat Barnsley –
Brentford have collected 13 points from a possible 15 after beating QPR last weekend, with the only draw in that run coming against a rampant Fulham side.
The Bees are also unbeaten in their last seven, and currently sit third in the Championship form table.
Barnsley have lost three league games out of four and could be relegated with a defeat on Saturday.
Bristol Rovers to beat Gillingham –
Gillingham were beaten 3-0 at home to Blackpool last Saturday to extend their winless run to eight matches.
Steve Lovell’s side have collected only three points and scored just twice in that fallow spell and are four points above the League One relegation zone.
Bristol Rovers are unbeaten in seven at the Memorial Stadium and, though they’ve only won two in that sequence, have taken points off top-six sides Wigan, Blackburn, Charlton and Scunthorpe.
Wycombe to beat Chesterfield –
Chesterfield were beaten 4-1 at fifth-bottom Forest Green on Saturday and have since been condemned to a second successive relegation.
That was the fifth loss in six matches for the now-managerless Spireites, who have also won just two of their last 14.
Third-placed Wycombe have won seven and drawn three of their last 10 away matches and have the best travelling record in the division.
Luton to beat Forest Green –
A 1-1 draw at Carlisle last time out secured promotion for Luton, who should be able to rely on their home form for three more points this weekend.
The Hatters have won three on the spin at Kenilworth Road, while their only defeat in seven came against table-toppers Accrington.
Forest Green have the third-worst away record in League Two having won just three of their 22 matches on the road this season.
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