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ADAM DRURY

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Wolves, Wigan, Monaco and AZ Alkmaar all to win - £5 at 29/10*

Wolves and Wigan are the best sides in the Championship and League One, and will rack up easy home wins.

Troyes are really struggling in Ligue 1 so will lose at Monaco, while AZ Alkmaar have won their last three home matches ahead of the visit of Heracles Almelo.

Watford, Crystal Palace and Leicester all to win - £5 at 16/1*

Watford have been fantastic away from Vicarage Road this season, scoring at least twice in every game, and face a Burnley side with several key injuries.

There are definitely signs that Crystal Palace are warming up under Roy Hodgson, particularly at Selhurst Park, while Leicester should expose Newcastle’s poor defence.

TOM CLEE

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Brentford, Blackburn and Wycombe double chance and BTTS: £10 at 9/1*

Inspired by last week’s double chance and BTTS tip, I’m going to make an entire treble out of them.

Brentford have only lost one of their last 12 with both teams scoring in eight of the other 11, while Hull have gone seven without a win with both teams scoring in six.

Blackburn have been climbing up the league without keeping too many clean sheets, so expect more of the same against a Peterborough team that have only won two of their last 11 despite scoring in eight.

Finally, both teams have scored in nine of Stevenage’s 10 home league games this season. Boro have only won one of their last nine, though, so Wycombe ought to be good for at least a point.

WILL ROOK

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Preston, Wolves, Wigan and Coventry all to win - £10 at 6/1*

I’m resting on my weekend five-fold with the first three picks here.

Each of those sides are in decent form, though, and should all come through for me.

I’m also backing Coventry, who are unbeaten in four, to ease past out-of-form Morecambe.

It should be a pretty straightforward weekend to boost coffers. In theory.

 

TOM BOWLES

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Crystal Palace v Bournemouth BTTS: £10 at

This is also my FBC tip, and I need it to come in if I’m going to get out of the red.

Both teams have scored in Crystal Palace’s last four fixtures at Selhurst Park.