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Rotherham United v QPR
In the Championship, sorry Rotherham already appear destined for relegation. That’s largely due to a home record that includes just one solitary win from nine and, unfortunately, they could be in for another tough afternoon against QPR.
The visiting R’s aren’t the best team in the league, but they do boast three wins on the road and will expect to claim a fourth against inferior opposition. After losing back-to-back fixtures, Ian Holloway’s men will be desperate to bounce back by scoring at least a couple here.
QPR do concede goals on their travels, though, which can afford hope to a home side that has scored 10 in nine matches at the New York Stadium. Paul Warne’s men have leaked 15 on home soil, and those defensive weakness are likely to cost them once more.
Three of Rotherham’s last three have ended in defeat despite scoring. Do not be surprised if a similar story develops here.
BTTS & QPR Win @ 10/3 with BetVictor
Port Vale v Northampton Town
Bruno Ribeiro’s Vale have undoubtedly been one of the most reliable League One outfits at home in 2016-17, winning six and losing just one of 10 matches on their own patch this term. The host will expect to continue that good form against an out-of-form Northampton on Saturday, but they shouldn’t necessarily expect to have things all their own way.
Vale do boast 18 home goals this term and should have no problems scoring against an away team that has leaked 15 on the road. With Alex Jones and co. constantly providing a threat, that firepower should be enough to steer the hosts to victory.
They have conceded 11 times in 10 home games, though, while Northampton have scored 12 on their travels. Robert Page’s men have lost four on the spin too, which is another reason to fancy the hosts for three points. Nonetheless, Alex Revell and Sam Hoskins can cause a few issues for Vale’s defence.
It should be a home win, but we’re backing the visitors to score also.
BTTS & Port Vale Win @ 11/5 with BetVictor
Yeovil v Barnet
Darren Way’s Glovers are going extremely well in League Two and currently reside in the play-off zone thanks largely to a return of 19 points from a possible 30 at Huish Park. Another three points would give their promotion hopes another fantastic boost on Saturday but the Bees won’t be making the journey simply to make up the numbers.
Barnet are only one point behind Yeovil themselves, and will always carry a threat in the form of John Akinde. The visitors have scored a total of 14 goals on the road, and should fancy their chances, even if they are currently playing under an interim manager.
Nevertheless, Yeovil have to be considered favourites on home advantage. They’ve scored 16 home goals while Barnet have shipped 14 on the road. The hosts might not boast one standout striker, but they are more than capable of scoring from multiple sources. On this occasion, that could make all the difference.
Barnet usually score and we think they’ll find the target once again here. Unfortunately for the travelling supporters, we doubt it’ll be enough to stop the hosts from winning.
BTTS & Yeovil Win @ 18/5 with BetVictor
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