Doncaster not to beat AFC Wimbledon

AFC Wimbledon’s performances were far better than results suggest before the departure of manager Neal Ardley, so a change in the dugout could freshen things up enough that they get their overdue rewards at Doncaster.

Only Barnsley have conceded fewer shots on target per League One away game than the Dons this term, while they rank ninth for shots on target per away game at the other end.

They can pick up at least a point against Doncaster, who are without a win in six matches, including a 2-2 draw at non-league Chorley in the FA Cup last week.

Peterborough not to beat Bradford

Peterborough’s fast start to the season always looked unsustainable, and their results – particularly at home – have duly dipped in the last few weeks.

Steve Evans’ side have won just one of their last six home league matches. They rank fourth-bottom for shots on target per League One home match, while no team in the division has conceded more shots on target at the other end.

They are highly unlikely to pick up while posting those numbers, so Bradford – who lost by one goal to league-leaders Portsmouth in their last league match, and have performed decently in the FA Cup and EFL Trophy since – are a generous price to get something on Saturday.

Exeter not to beat Northampton

Like Peterborough, Exeter are a team still being too highly rated after a fast start to the season.

Matt Taylor’s side look to have tired in the last few weeks, scoring just two goals in a four-match winless run in League Two.

Conversely, Northampton are a coming force. The Cobblers have won six of their last eight matches in all competitions, scoring at least twice in seven of them, so are perfectly capable of taking at least a point.

Italy not to beat Portugal

Portugal will guarantee their place at the top of Group 3 in the Nations League A with a point here, and look perfectly capable of securing at least that.

Fernando Santos’ side have impressed since the World Cup, despite the absence of Cristiano Ronaldo. Bernardo Silva and Andre Silva have starred in a run of three wins and a draw from four matches, including a 1-0 victory in the reverse fixture against Italy.

Saturday’s hosts have won just twice in seven games since appointing Roberto Mancini as manager, including failure to beat the Netherlands, Poland and Ukraine at home.


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