Don't Speculate: 5 Football League picks for Saturday's football
We've boosted this weekend five-fold, which comes from League One and League Two, to 20/1.
Wigan to beat Bury –
Wigan made it back-to-back victories and five games unbeaten by beating Walsall 3-0 on Wednesday.
That result was the Latics’ ninth away win in 12 games in a run that has seen them lose just once.
Bottom-of-the-league Bury were beaten 2-1 by 22nd-placed MK Dons last weekend and have won just one of their last seven.
Shrewsbury to beat Wimbledon –
Shrewsbury’s run of four straight victories was ended by a 1-1 draw with Northampton in midweek, but they should return to winning ways this weekend.
Paul Hurst’s side are unbeaten in six in all competitions and have won five of their eight matches against the bottom six this season.
Wimbledon were held to a 1-1 draw at Rochdale last time out and haven’t won an away game in five attempts.
Carlisle to beat Cambridge –
Despite blowing a two-goal lead in their 2-2 draw with Crawley last weekend, Carlisle have still gone seven home games without defeat in all competitions.
The Cumbrians are second in the League Two form table, having dropped just two points in a six-game unbeaten run.
Cambridge have won just one of their last 16 away games and lost four of their last six.
Coventry to beat Grimsby –
Following their 2-1 victory at Crewe last Saturday, Coventry have now won three of their last four league games and are unbeaten in five.
Mark Robins’ side have won eight of their last 10 at the Ricoh Arena and most recently held league leaders Luton to a 2-2 draw.
Grimsby lost 3-1 to local rivals Lincoln time out and are without a victory in 17 matches – the longest winless run in the Football League.
Wycombe to beat Port Vale –
Port Vale’s 1-0 defeat at home to Exeter was their 13th league game without victory.
The Valiants have lost five of their last seven away games and won just one of their last 12 in all competitions.
Wycombe beat Crawley on Wednesday to secure back-to-back victories and should have no trouble making it three from three.