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Brentford to beat Reading

Brentford’s home dominance means a three-game winless run – which includes a defeat to Arsenal in the EFL Cup in midweek – shouldn’t put you off backing them this weekend.

The Bees have won five games out of five in all competitions at Griffin Park this season and continue to impress in the shot data, having rattled off the equal-most attempts on goal in the Championship.

Reading have won just one of their last 12 away games, with their victory at home to Hull last weekend just their second in eight games.

Norwich to beat Wigan

Norwich earned their fourth straight win in midweek, beating League One Wycombe 4-3 in the EFL Cup.

The Canaries have won five of their last six matches in all competitions, a run that includes victories over second-place Middlesbrough and Premier League side Cardiff in the EFL Cup.

Daniel Farke’s side should carry that impressive form through to the weekend against Wigan, who have lost four of their five away games this season.

Doncaster to beat Plymouth

Doncaster notched their third straight league victory as they beat Bradford City 2-1 last Saturday.

Grant McCann’s side have now gone six games without defeat, including fixtures against both of the top two.

Winless Plymouth are bottom of the table and have taken just three points from their opening nine matches this season.

Lincoln to beat Cheltenham

Lincoln scored a 90th-minute winner at home to fellow promotion contenders MK Dons last weekend to maintain their three-point lead at the top of the table.

The Imps have won five of their last six league games, including victories against strugglers Notts County and Macclesfield.

Cheltenham are without a home win after four league games and, after a 3-1 defeat to second-place Exeter last time out, are still searching for their first three points under manager Michael Duff.

Forest Green to beat Macclesfield

Bottom-of-the-league Macclesfield’s confidence is likely to have bottomed out after an 8-0 thumping from West Ham in the EFL Cup in midweek.

That was the fourth straight defeat in all competitions for the Silkmen, who are yet to win in the league since being promoted last season.

Forest Green beat Crawley 1-0 last Saturday to extend their unbeaten run to five matches in all competitions.

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