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Burnley to beat Watford – 33/20
Burnley might just put the final nail in the Watford coffin this weekend. The Hornets are already in a world of trouble, nine points adrift of safety, and defeat at Vicarage Road would almost certainly seal their fate. They have lost 10 consecutive games on home soil, and whilst Burnley aren’t exactly setting the league alight with their away form, they are yet to lose since Sean Dyche’s departure. Most were sad to see him go after a remarkable stint at Turf Moor in which he stabilised the club’s top-flight status on a shoestring budget, but the decision looks to be paying off. A third straight win would put Burnley in a strong position ahead of their final four games.
Tottenham to beat Leicester – 10/23
Tottenham have been a complete anomaly under Antonio Conte. They netted 14 times on an impressive four match win streak as they climbed the table, only to fail to register a shot on target in successive games against Brighton and Brentford. That being said, they’ll probably put five past Leicester in a complete drubbing. There’s just a handful of games remaining, and dropped points against the Foxes would hand the initiative to Arsenal in the race for the top four – we don’t expect they’ll like the idea of that. Brendan Rodgers’ side have won just once in their last six away games and will struggle at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Huddersfield Town to beat Coventry – 39/20
Huddersfield are still in with an outside chance of automatic promotion heading into their final two games of the season. Although it seems unlikely, they’ll want to give themselves the best chance of snatching a top two finish this weekend. The Terriers have won four of their last five and only Nottingham Forest have picked up more points in the previous 25 games. They’ll be too much for a Coventry side that realistically have nothing left to play for.
Nottingham Forest to beat Swansea – 8/15
We’re fed up with picking Forest every week, but it’s unavoidable at this stage – they’re too good to ignore. They continued their scintillating run last time out with a 1-0 win over likely champions Fulham, and an automatic promotion is still within reach. Steve Cooper’s side look destined for the Premier League. Whether it’s a top two finish or through the play-offs, they have the momentum to once again establish their historic club back amongst the big time.
Oxford United to beat Doncaster – 4/9
Survival for Doncaster is simple – pray for a Fleetwood defeat and beat Oxford by around 25 goals and they might just stay in League One. Unfortunately, it’s over for Doncaster, and we don’t think there will be much motivating them ahead of their trip to Oxford. The hosts might have missed out on the play-offs, but that shouldn’t hinder them from ending the campaign with a win over the league’s second worst away team.
Wigan to beat Shrewsbury – 4/6
A win for Wigan will see them crowned League One champions, regardless of what happens in Rotherham’s game. They are without a win in five, but if a league title can’t drive them to perform, we’re not sure what can! Shrewsbury are already safe and shouldn’t cause the Latics too many issues.
Sutton United to beat Bradford – 10/13
Sutton’s fate is in their own hands following a run of four wins in five, and a win this weekend could take them one step closer to securing a play-off place. The hosts have the fourth best home record in the league and will face a visit from a Bradford side with just won victory in their last seven. The favourites should come away from Gander Green Lane with another win on Saturday.
Swindon Town to beat Barrow – 8/15
Swindon are the team chasing Sutton down for that final play-off spot, and a dominant win over league leaders Forest Green last time out kept that dream alive. They have typically performed far better on the road this season, but anything other than victory this weekend could spell the end of their campaign. We think they’ll take things to the final day.
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