Back Will Rook's 43/1 accumulator, which features football tips from the Saturday's games in League One and League Two.
Had you placed a £10 stake on Will Rook’s Saturday football betting tips for the 2019/20 season, your profit would be £470.
Oxford to beat Doncaster
Oxford are unbeaten in their last seven matches in all competitions and have won four of their last five at the Kassam Stadium.
The U’s recorded two 3-0 victories at home and a 6-0 away during that run, plus a 4-0 hammering of West Ham in the EFL Cup third round.
They look a good price to beat a Doncaster side that are without a win on the road this season and have lost back-to-back games.
Peterborough to beat Lincoln
Peterborough drew 3-3 away to second-placed Wycombe last weekend, but were a stoppage-time penalty from taking all three points.
That result means Posh have won seven and drawn two of their last 10 matches in all competitions, including five straight victories at London Road.
Lincoln ended a seven-match winless run by beating Sunderland 2-0 on Saturday, but have lost six of their last seven away from Sincil Bank.
Crewe to beat Carlisle
Carlisle were beaten 1-0 at Newport last weekend, meaning they have now lost three of their last four matches in all competitions.
The Cumbrians have taken just one point from six games against sides who are currently seventh and above, so a visit from fourth-placed Crewe is the last thing they need.
The Railwaymen have taken 14 points from their last seven games after drawing back-to-back games against top-seven sides Exeter and Cheltenham, and are about to welcome defender Perry Ng back from suspension.
Bradford to beat Morecambe
Bradford beat fellow promotion contenders Swindon 2-1 last weekend without the suspended Ben Richards-Everton, James Vaughan or the injured Matty Palmer – all of whom would have started.
That was the Bantams’ fourth victory in their last six league games and, with captain Vaughan available for selection again, it’s hard not to fancy them this weekend.
Second-bottom Morecambe blew a one-goal lead to lose 3-1 away to Port Vale on Saturday and have won just once in 16 matches in all competitions this season.
Grimsby to beat Stevenage
Bottom-of-the-league Stevenage lost 3-1 at Colchester last Saturday, despite having been a goal up at half time.
Boro are one of just three sides in England’s top four divisions, along with Watford and Bolton, who are yet to record a league victory this season.
Grimsby have won two of their last three league games, including a 3-1 victory away to second-placed Exeter two weeks ago, and are great value against the worst home side in League Two.
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