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Norwich to beat Southampton
Norwich have kept themselves alive in the fight for Premier League survival with two victories from their last three games at Carrow Road.
The Canaries beat Leicester 1-0 as part of that run and also knocked Tottenham out of the FA Cup on penalties last week.
Southampton have lost five of their last six in all competitions, including three from three on the road.
Burton to beat Wycombe
This is a pick almost entirely based on Wycombe’s dreadful away form.
Gareth Ainsworth’s side have lost six of their last seven on the road, with the only exception coming against bottom-of-the-league Bolton.
They have the worst travelling record of any side in the top half having managed four victories in 16, while Burton are unbeaten in nine league games at the Pirelli Stadium.
Coventry to beat Shrewsbury
Coventry went five points clear at the top of League One last weekend following their 1-0 win away to Ipswich.
That was the Sky Blues’ sixth victory in seven and 18th without defeat in all competitions.
Shrewsbury have lost seven of their last 10 matches in all competitions and won only two in 12.
Portsmouth to beat Accrington
Portsmouth were held to a 2-2 draw by in-form Fleetwood in their last home game on Tuesday, but their form still suggests they should win this.
Kenny Jackett’s side had won 14 of their previous 16 games in all competitions at Fratton Park, with their only defeat in that sequence coming against Arsenal in the FA Cup earlier this month.
Accrington’s only point in their last four games came against bottom-of-the-league Bolton.
Walsall to beat Macclesfield
Second-bottom Macclesfield lost 3-0 at Plymouth last weekend and would be in deep trouble this season if it weren’t for the reduced amount of relegation spots.
The Silkmen are winless in their last nine, having taken two points in that run, and are without a victory in four at Moss Rose.
Walsall have taken 11 points from their last five unbeaten games and won 3-1 at home to fourth-placed Exeter last weekend.
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