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WEEKEND BETTING PREVIEW

12 April 2014

We preview all of the action in the Sky Bet Football League

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QPR Vs Nottingham Forest:

QPR will be looking to get back to winning ways when they take on fellow promotion chasers Nottingham Forest at Loftus Road.

The home side haven’t been in the best form of late but neither have their opponents who haven’t won in their last ten.

Harry Redknapp’s men have only lost two at home all season and will want to keep this momentum going as they approach the play-offs.

Although a difficult one to call, Forest’s recent run and the fact QPR have home advantage, the hosts must be favourite.

QPR Win - 23/20

Derby Vs Huddersfield:

Steve McLaren’s side go into the game on the back of a 3-1 victory against Blackpool and will be looking to claim back to back wins as they aim to secure third position and a potentially better situation going in to the play-offs.

Huddersfield haven’t won in their last eight games and don’t have the best away record with only four wins all season, so a Derby win on paper looks likely.

The reverse fixture ended in 1-1 draw at the John Smith’s Stadium on Boxing Day.

Derby Win – 8/11

MK Dons Vs Crawley

MK Dons are evens to beat struggling Crawley in a must win game for the home side.

The Dons will have to claim maximum points if they are to have any chance of taking the last spot in the play-offs away from Peterborough.

They currently sit six points behind the Posh and will go all out to win in order to close the deficit going into the last few games of the season.

The visitors have the worst form in League One going into the game with six straight defeats and also only three wins away from the Broadfield Stadium all season, so the stats favour an MK Dons victory.

MK Dons Win - Evens

Crewe Vs Wolves

The home side have won three in their last ten games but face a different challenge this Saturday as they take on a strong Wolves side.

Wanderers are unbeaten in five games and a win for them will secure promotion back to the Championship at the first time of asking.

Kenny Jackett’s men will not only be fighting for guaranteed promotion, but they will be looking to take the League One title too with Brentford only three points behind.

Wolves Win – 8/13

Preston Vs Carlisle

Preston have only lost once in their last ten games and, as a result, they go into their game against Carlisle in fine form.

The visitors to Deepdale can’t boast the same form with only two wins in the same amount of games.

Simon Grayson’s side have only lost twice at home this season and it doesn’t look promising for Carlisle who have only won three away from Brunton Park during the entire campaign.

With momentum in favour of the hosts and Carlisle’s away form far from encouraging, a Preston win seems likely.

Preston Win – 4/7

Scunthorpe Vs Bury

The home side go in to the game with an impeccable recent record, having not lost a match in their last 25 outings.

Despite the best run in the Football League they sit in second place in Sky Bet League Two, level on points with leaders Rochdale. 

The Irons can’t afford to drop points if they want to win the title and with only two home defeats all season it looks unlikely that they will against Bury.

The visitors go into the game in form with three straight wins, but Scunthorpe have too much to play for and given their unbeaten run, are favourites to win.

Scunthorpe Win – 6/5

Six Fold Accumulator: 40.48/1

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