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Monchengladbach not to beat Wolfsburg (14:30)

Monchengladbach’s unlikely Bundesliga title challenge seems to have hit the buffers in the last couple of weeks.

Dieter Hecking’s side were hammered 3-0 by Hertha BSC in their last home match, before a late equaliser rescued a point against Eintracht Frankfurt last week.

Alassane Plea, who scored 11 goals in his first 12 games of the season, has managed just two more in his subsequent 11.

Wolfsburg have only lost four of their 14 away games this season, with the last three of those defeats all being by a single goal. They rank second to Bayern Munich for xPoints away from home this season, so are capable of taking at least a point.

Wigan not to beat Ipswich (15:00)

Wigan were reliant on their home form at the start of the season, but just three wins from their last nine games at the DW Stadium has seen them slide closer to the Championship relegation zone.

The Latics have won just three of their last 20 games overall, which is a poor enough record to suggest bottom-side Ipswich can frustrate them on Saturday.

Paul Lambert’s visitors have improved of late, taking points from both Derby and Stoke in the last 10 days, and performing well in recent away defeats at Blackburn and Norwich.

This is the time to back them to end their dreadful run of results on the road.

Burton not to beat Fleetwood (15:00)

Having avoided defeat in all of their last four away games, Fleetwood look a nice bet to take at least a point from Burton on Saturday.

Joey Barton’s side have conceded just one goal on that run, and have conceded the third-fewest shots on target per League One away game this season.

Given that two of Burton’s last four matches have finished 0-0, the hosts could well be frustrated here.

The Brewers have won just one of their last nine matches in all competitions, so are definitely opposable.

Barcelona not to beat Sevilla (15:15)

Sevilla won this fixture 2-0 in the Copa del Rey in January, and can inflict similar damage here.

That result was the second match in Barcelona’s current run of one win in five away games, having drawn their last two 0-0.

Sevilla have lost just one of their 11 La Liga home matches this season, a 2-0 defeat against Getafe back in September.

They have won seven and drawn two of their subsequent nine, including a 3-0 victory over Real Madrid and 1-1 draw with Atletico.


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