Crewe v Cheltenham: Over 3.5 goals (15.00) –
With little to play for, two high-scoring teams should produce an end-of-season treat at Gresty Road.
Eleven of Crewe’s last 12 matches have featured at least three goals, with six producing four. Cheltenham’s last two matches have finished 4-3 and 1-6.
Between them, they should do the business.
Barnet to win and under 3.5 goals (15.00) –
Barnet have won three out of three at home since Martin Allen’s return with under 3.5 goals in all of them, and need a similar result on Saturday to have any hope of completing a remarkable escape.
Taking on Chesterfield, who are already relegated and have the worst away record in the division, they’re great value to do their bit.
Everton to beat Southampton (17.30) –
Everton have won 10 of their 18 matches at Goodison Park this season, with their 1-1 draw against West Brom in January the only time they have dropped points to a side outside the top seven.
They should edge past Southampton, who have lost three and drawn two of their last five Premier League away games.
Wigan to win and under 3.5 goals (17.30) –
Wigan have the best away record in League One and need a win to confirm the title, but it looks unlikely to be a goal-fest on Saturday with over 3.5 goals coming in just three of their last 13.
The Latics travel to Doncaster, who haven’t scored in their last four and have won just one in seven, but did restrict second-placed Blackburn to just one goal three games ago.
Juventus to beat Bologna to nil (19.45) –
Juventus can wrap up a seventh successive Serie A title by winning their next two games, and they shouldn’t have any trouble doing so against a Bologna side that have lost six of their last eight away games.
The Rossoblu have scored just three goals during that spell, while Juve have won 10 of their last 12 home league matches, conceding just twice in their last 10.
*Odds subject to change.
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