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Had you placed a £10 stake on Will Rook's Saturday football betting tips for the 2019/20 season, your profit would be £420.

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Blackpool to beat AFC Wimbledon

Wimbledon climbed out of the relegation zone for the first time this season with a 1-1 draw at home to Lincoln in their last league game, but remain winless in four.

The Dons have lost seven of their eight away games in all competitions and were even beaten 3-1 by Southend in the EFL Trophy in midweek, who had lost nine of their previous 10 matches.

Blackpool have won four of their last six at Bloomfield Road, taking four points from matches against top-three sides Wycombe and Peterborough during that sequence.

Bolton to beat MK Dons

New MK Dons boss Russell Martin began his managerial career with a 1-0 loss to League Two Port Vale in the FA Cup first round last weekend, and followed that with a 2-1 defeat to Wycombe in the EFL Trophy on Tuesday.

MK have lost five on the spin in all competitions, taking one point from their last nine league games.

Bolton have been a bit of a mystery so far this season, but three victories from their last four matches in all competitions – including against fifth-place Fleetwood – suggest they are worth backing this weekend.

Coventry to beat Rochdale

Rochdale were fortunate to escape with a goalless draw away to non-league Wrexham in the FA Cup last weekend, with the hosts hitting the post twice, but won’t be as lucky on Saturday.

Brian Barry-Murphy’s side have lost three straight league games and five of their last six on the road, with their only victory in that sequence coming against a Bolton side made up of youth players.

Coventry have the second-best home record in League One, having taken 20 points from nine games.

Rotherham to beat Accrington

Accrington simply aren’t scoring enough goals to win games and, EFL Trophy aside, have gone four matches without hitting the back of the net.

Stanley have lost three and drawn one in that sequence, only once registering more than two shots on target.

Rotherham have won six of their last nine games in all competitions, scoring two or more goals in each of those victories.

Port Vale to beat Carlisle

Port Vale’s 2-1 victory over Newcastle Under-21s in the EFL Trophy in midweek was their fourth win in a six-game unbeaten run in all competitions.

John Askey’s side are the only team in League Two yet to lose at home this season and have taken points off promotion contenders Forest Green and Plymouth at Vale Park.

Carlisle have picked up just one point from their last four away games and, having sacked manager Steven Pressley in midweek, it’s hard to see them taking anything from this one.

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