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This week, Will Rook is in the hotseat.



I’m using my qualification bet to back three absolute bankers in the EFL.

First up, Preston have the best home record in the Championship after taking 17 points from seven games.

They drew with Leeds in midweek and should go one better against a Blackburn side that have lost four of their last five on the road.

League leaders Peterborough thumped Accrington 4-0 on Wednesday and have won six straight home games in all competitions.

They have bagged 34 league goals – the most in the top four divisions – and are a great price against Coventry, who are yet to win away.

Finally, I don’t fancy Southend to have recovered from their 7-1 humbling at home to Doncaster in time for Saturday.

The Shrimpers had two men sent off in that game and have lost 11 league games out of 14. Second-placed Ipswich should clean up.



I’m spreading the fun over the weekend and using my first £5 free bet on Sunday, starting with what I expect to be a snoozefest at Carrow Road.

Manchester United have failed to score in back-to-back league away games at West Ham and Newcastle, while they failed to have a shot on target at AZ Alkmaar earlier this month.

Norwich were better defensively during their goalless draw at Bournemouth last weekend, and haven’t scored more than one in any of their last four games.

RB Salzburg had won seven on the bounce at home before their 3-2 loss against Napoli in midweek, which was their first defeat at the Red Bull Arena in 70 matches.

They beat Rapid Vienna 2-1 in the Austrian Cup last month and have kept one clean sheet in their last 10 games.

Paris Saint-Germain have won 10 of their last 11 in all competitions, with nine of those victories coming to nil.

Marseille have failed to score at Nantes and Dijon in their five away games this season, and have lost without scoring in three of their last four meetings against Paris Saint-Germain.

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