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Preston to beat Sunderland –

Don’t let their 2-1 defeat to in-form Fulham last weekend put you off backing Preston.

North End had won their previous two heading into that match and are unbeaten in nine matches against the Championship’s bottom four this season.

Sunderland lost 1-0 at QPR last weekend and have lost six matches in their nine-game winless run.

Wolves to beat Burton –

This is as big a banker as you’ll see this weekend.

Wolves returned to form with a 3-0 win over Reading on Tuesday and boast the second-best home record in the Championship, with 13 victories out of a possible 18.

Second-bottom Burton have lost three of their last four matches, and failed to score in all of them.

Peterborough to beat Oxford –

Peterborough have won all three matches since sacking Grant McCann, a sequence that includes their 4-1 victory over play-off rivals Charlton.

The Posh are unbeaten in their last seven league games and have lost just one away game in eight in all competitions.

Oxford were beaten 2-1 by Wimbledon last weekend and have lost seven of their last nine in all competitions.

Accrington to beat Forest Green –

Accrington won 2-1 at Luton last weekend to leapfrog their hosts and go top of League Two.

That was Stanley’s eighth match without defeat and 11th victory in 13 league games.

Forest Green have picked up just two points from their last seven away games in League Two and have the division’s third-worst travelling record, with two victories out of 17 on the road.

Carlisle to beat Crawley –

Carlisle were held to a 1-1 draw at Exeter last weekend, but had won four successive league games heading into that match.

The Cumbrians are second in the League Two form table and have won four home games to nil in a five-match unbeaten run at Brunton Park.

Crawley needed a last-minute equaliser to draw at home to Morecambe last time out and have lost back-to-back away games.