Don't Speculate: 5 football tips for Saturday's matches
Back Will Rook's 21/1 accumulator, which features football tips from the Saturday's games in the Championship and FA Cup first round.
Had you placed a £10 stake on Will Rook's Saturday football betting tips for the 2019/20 season, your profit would be £430.
Preston to beat Huddersfield
Preston briefly went top of the Championship last weekend with a 1-0 victory away to Charlton, before West Brom overtook them on Monday.
North End are unbeaten at Deepdale this season, dropping just four points in eight games.
Huddersfield have been transformed under Danny Cowley and are unbeaten in eight, but are yet to play a top-10 side under their new manager.
Brentford to beat Wigan
Brentford lost 1-0 at home to Huddersfield last weekend, but bear with me.
The Bees had won three on the bounce prior to that defeat, scoring three goals in each of those victories, and remain one of the most creative sides in the Championship, ranking fourth for shots per game.
Wigan are winless in their last three and have scored just one goal that did not come from a set piece or goalkeeping error in their last six matches.
Ipswich to beat Lincoln
Ipswich are top of League One, despite having played a game fewer than second-placed Wycombe, and have won 11 of their last 14 matches in all competitions.
The Tractor Boys have lost only one of their eight games at Portman Road this season.
Lincoln are winless in their last nine away games in all competitions, with their points in that sequence coming against relegation candidates AFC Wimbledon and Rochdale.
Burton to beat Salford
Salford have won four of their last six matches in League Two, but this price is too good to turn down for a team in a higher division to beat them.
The Ammies have struggled against the better teams in the league this season, having lost three out of three against sides currently in the top six.
Burton have only lost two of their last 11 matches in League One and have the third-best travelling record behind league leaders Ipswich and Rotherham.
Peterborough to beat Stevenage
Stevenage are second-bottom of League Two with just two victories from their opening 17 league games, one of which came against bottom-of-the-league Morecambe.
Mark Sampson’s side have scored 12 league goals – the joint-fewest in the division – and have drawn blanks in two of their last three.
Peterborough are the top scorers in England, having already banged in 39 goals, and have won their last six FA Cup ties against lower-league sides.
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