Don't Speculate: 5 tips for Saturday's domestic fixtures
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Derby to beat Burton –
Burton’s 5-0 defeat at home to Hull on Tuesday means they’ve now gone 17 games without a win at the Pirelli Stadium, picking up just four points along the way.
Their seemingly-inevitable relegation could be confirmed with another defeat this weekend, having managed only one victory in their last 17 in all competitions.
Derby had won back-to-back matches before a 2-0 loss at Premier League-bound Wolves that is unlikely to have any bearing on this result.
Wigan to beat Rotherham –
Wigan followed up their 5-1 thumping of MK Dons last weekend with a 4-1 win at Rochdale in midweek to move back to the top of the League One.
The Latics have now won six of their last seven league games and have the second-best home record in the division, taking 42 points from 20 matches at the DW.
That record should get even better with the visit of Rotherham, who have lost three of their last four on the road.
Accrington to beat Exeter –
Accrington are in irresistible form at the moment, having dropped just two points in their last 12 league games.
John Coleman’s side have the joint-best home record in League Two and have won nine successive matches at the Wham Stadium.
They should make it 10 from 10 against an Exeter side that has lost three and drawn one of their five away games against the current top seven.
Cheltenham to beat Forest Green –
Forest Green dropped to third-bottom in League Two after their fifth defeat in six league games last week.
And it’s unlikely to get much better for Mark Cooper’s side this week, given they’ve lost 10 and drawn two of their last 12 away games in all competitions.
Cheltenham beat Morecambe at home last time out and have lost just two of their last eight league games.
Luton to beat Crewe –
Luton stayed within three points of table-toppers Accrington with a 3-0 win at Yeovil last weekend.
That was the Hatters’ third league victory in their last four games, while they have won four out of six at Kenilworth Road.
Crewe have picked up recently with three wins in their last five, but have won only three in 10 away from home and will struggle against a considerably better side.
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