- 16:00 Sat: Blackburn v AFC Wimbledon England / League 1 Tip: 1 Odds:-149
- 16:00 Sat: Wigan v Bristol Rovers England / League 1 Tip: 1 Odds:-133
- 16:00 Sat: Dagenham v Halifax England / National League Tip: 1 Odds:-161
- 18:30 Sat: Tottenham v Swansea England / Premier League Tip: 1 Odds:-455
TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR are back at Wembley in the Premier League, having failed to beat Chelsea and Burnley at the National Stadium although a Champions League victory over Borussia Dortmund will have supporters feeling chipper.
That’s especially when you consider that Spurs previously won 3-0 at Goodison Park, with Harry Kane finding his shooting boots along with a rub of the green and the England man now has four goals in two games.
Tottenham were able to beat Dortmund without the suspended Dele Alli, with the midfielder returning to the squad and we’re not sure Swansea will be able to contain their vibrant opponents.
Blackburn Rovers have got the bit between their teeth right now, with Tony Mowbray’s side having recovered from their laborious start to register four consecutive wins and we’re expecting another three-point haul on Saturday.
Rovers always had one of the best squads in the division and they’ve landed some tricky away victories, while Wimbledon are one of the more modest teams and will be fortunate to get something at Ewood Park.
Wigan Athletic could be the other team to enjoy automatic promotion from League One and the Latics are looking good under Paul Cook, with the Latics getting back to winning ways with a 3-0 win at Charlton.
Bristol Rovers surprisingly lost to bottom club Oldham on Tuesday and we’re expecting them to struggle against a Wigan side who have the capability of scoring a stack of goals.
Dagenham & Redbridge are one of the better National League teams, with the Daggers missing out in the play-offs last season and they might be too good for a Halifax team who actually sit second in the table.
The Shaymen are unbeaten on the road this term and they have a very lofty perch at the moment, although whether they can sustain this is open to question and we’re not expecting John Still’s men to suffer a third defeat on the bounce.