Don't Speculate: 5 tips for Saturday's domestic football
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Liverpool to beat West Brom –
Despite winning their first match in 11 at Manchester United last weekend, West Brom are unlikely to add another three points on Saturday.
The Baggies have the worst home record in the Premier League, having won just two of their 17 matches at the Hawthorns.
Liverpool have won five of their last six in all competitions, including two victories over title winners Manchester City in the Champions League.
Even if Jurgen Klopp fields a second team, they should breeze past the bottom club.
Aston Villa to beat Ipswich –
Aston Villa kept their slim hopes of automatic promotion alive by beating Leeds 1-0 last weekend to stay within four points of second.
That was a third victory in four games for Steve Bruce’s side, who were comfortable 2-0 winners in the reverse fixture in November.
Ipswich have lost five of their last seven and, with nothing to play for, shouldn’t put up much resistance.
Wigan to beat Fleetwood –
Wigan beat Oxford 1-0 in midweek to extend their lead at the top of League One to three points.
The Latics have won seven of their last nine in the league and have the best away record in the division, with 14 victories from 20.
Fleetwood have lost two of their last three and have won just two out of 12 at Highbury.
Exeter to beat Crawley –
Exeter kept the heat on third-placed Wycombe with a 2-1 win over bottom-club Chesterfield in midweek to move within two points of an automatic promotion spot.
The Grecians have won five of their last seven matches, including each of their last three at St James’ Park.
Crawley are bottom of the form table after picking up just four points from their last six, while they have beaten only 19th-placed Port Vale in their last nine.
Forest Green to beat Chesterfield –
Forest Green represent great value this weekend, despite losing five out of seven and being stuck in a relegation battle.
Mark Cooper’s side have won six of their last eight home games and can capitalise on their visitors’ woeful travelling record.
Chesterfield have picked up just one point from their last five league games and have won just one in 16 away from home.
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