Will Rook's Saturday football betting tips finished £900 up last season and we will once again be tracking the profit of his picks throughout 2019/20.


Liverpool to beat Southampton

Liverpool looked like they hadn’t been away on the opening day as they hammered Norwich 4-1 at Anfield.

That was the Reds’ 10th straight victory in the Premier League and, despite playing 120 minutes in the Super Cup on Wednesday, they are a good price to get an 11th at St Mary’s.

Southampton lost 3-0 at Burnley last Saturday and are winless in their last eight games in all competitions against Liverpool.

Leeds to beat Wigan

Leeds swept Salford aside in a 3-0 victory in the EFL Cup in midweek to make it two wins and a draw from their opening three matches in all competitions.

That draw came at home Nottingham Forest last weekend, despite controlling the game with 68 per cent of the ball and restricting the visitors to just one shot on target.

Wigan were dreadful in their 3-0 loss at Preston last Saturday and followed that up with a 1-0 defeat at home to Stoke in the cup on Tuesday.

Coventry to beat Bristol Rovers

Coventry have taken to life well at temporary home St Andrew’s, winning back-to-back games in the league and cup.

The Sky Blues were unlucky to draw 0-0 away to Bolton last weekend, having registered an xG of 2.4 (experimental361) with three goals disallowed.

Bristol Rovers have taken one point from their opening two league games and are yet to score a goal in League One this season.

Lincoln to beat Southend

Lincoln put in one of the best performances of the EFL Cup first round in midweek to beat Championship Huddersfield 1-0 away from home.

The Imps have also won both of their games in League One this season, keeping two clean sheets.

Southend have lost both of their league games against Blackpool and Coventry and are above only Bolton and Bury in the table.

Plymouth to beat Newport

Plymouth’s 2-0 victory over Leyton Orient in the EFL Cup in midweek maintained their perfect start to the season under new manager Ryan Lowe.

The Pilgrims have won both of their league games without conceding a goal and are top of League Two after two matches.

Newport have drawn three matches out of three in all competitions and blew a two-goal lead against Mansfield last time out at home.


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