Premier League leaders Chelsea saw their ten-point lead cut to seven-points after last week’s shock defeat at home against Crystal Palace. However, they travel to Bournemouth on Saturday still enjoying a healthy lead. Tottenham in second kept their title hopes alive with a stunning late win at Swansea, and they’ll hope to continue their winning streak by beating Watford. Liverpool remain third ahead of their trip to Stoke City, whilst Man City have now not won in four games going into their home fixture with relegation battling Hull. Arsenal in fifth do not play until Monday at Crystal Palce, whilst Man United in sixth don’t play until Sunday at bottom side Sunderland.

Newcastle are currently top of the Championship by one-point, but could be replaced by Brighton on Friday night if the Seagulls can win at QPR. If Brighton do win, Newcastle can go back above them on Saturday but face a tough trip to sixth-placed Sheffield Wednesday. Huddersfield are third going into their fixture at struggling Nottingham Forest, whilst Reading in fourth face a tricky tie at Norwich. Leeds sit fifth, but have lost their last two games and welcome a Preston side who are still in the hunt for a play-off place. Fulham sit just outside the top six ahead of their home fixture with Ipswich. Rotherham’s midweek defeat saw them become the first side in England to be relegated, and they could scupper Wigan’s chances of staying up when the two sides meet at the DW Stadium.

Sheffield United could be promoted from League One with a win at Northampton and take one step closer to the title. There’s a big game at Glanford Park where second-placed Bolton travel to fifth-placed Scunthorpe. Fleetwood in third go to Oldham, whilst Bradford in fourth make the journey to Bury. Southend are clinging on to the last play-off place going into their game at Charlton, but Millwall are level with them on points and face a struggling Gillingham side away. Coventry City will be relegated to League Two if they fail to beat Peterborough at home, and Chesterfield could join them if they lose at home to fellow strugglers Port Vale.

Doncaster have a six-point lead at the top of League Two and can secure promotion to League One with a win at home with play-off chasing Mansfield. Plymouth in second go to Crawley looking to bolster their own promotion hopes, whilst Portsmouth in third will look to do the same with a win over Yeovil at Fratton Park. Stevenage in fourth will hope to continue to cement their play-off place with success at Colchester, and Luton will need maximum points at Barnet to keep them fifth. Exeter are currently sixth and face relegation threatened Newport, whilst Carlisle who have now slipped to sixth, face an improving Notts County. Bottom club Leyton Orient’s plight continues and they face another tough game when they travel to Cambridge.

Here are our tips for Saturday’s football.

AWAY WIN AND BOTH TEAMS TO SCORE – LUCKY 63:

  • LIVERPOOL – PL
  • CHELSEA – PL
  • HUDDERSFIELD – C
  • BRADFORD CITY – L1
  • MILLWALL – L1
  • SHEFFIELD UNITED – L1
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OVER 2.5 GOALS – ACCA:

  • Bristol City v Wolves – C
  • Cardiff v Brentford – C
  • Fulham v Ipswich – C
  • Norwich v Reading – C
  • Shrewsbury v Rochdale – L1
  • Cambridge United v Leyton Orient – L1
  • Colchester v Stevenage – L2
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BOTH TEAMS TO SCORE – ACCA:

  • West Brom v Southampton – PL
  • Blackburn v Barnsley – C
  • Leeds v Preston – C
  • AFC Wimbledon v Bristol Rovers – L1
  • Charlton v Southend – L1
  • Swindon v MK Dons – L1
  • Blackpool v Grimsby – L2
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