15:00 Saturday

West Brom to beat Peterborough 

West Brom are hoping to get back on the horse for the second half of the campaign after a disappointing few months. Thankfully for Val Ismael and his side they’re coming up against one of the worst away sides in the country. 

Posh have lost 11 of their 12 games on the road and ultimately West Brom have created the chances to win plenty more games that they have done. This presents a terrific opportunity for them to get back to winning ways.

15:00 Saturday

Ipswich to beat Accrington 

Ipswich look rejuvenated under the guidance of Kieran McKenna who is looking to make Portman Road a fortress as the Tractor Boys sun for a play off push. 

They did lose out to Bolton last time out but recorded back to back wins to nil before that. Accrington have a poor record against the better teams in this division and could come unstuck in Suffolk.  

15:00 Saturday

MK Dons to beat Doncaster

MK Dons are looking the real deal under Liam Manning and they’ve come back from a couple of underwhelming draws with Gillingham and Accrington with wins over Wimbledon and Portsmouth. 

They’ve had a full week to prepare for this whereas Doncaster played and lost at Cambridge on Tuesday. Donny looked doomed this year losing 18 of their 26 games and this will prove a real test against a quality side.

15:00 Saturday

Tranmere to beat Crawley

We’ll chuck Tranmere in at a nice price to boost the acca. The super white army go down to Crawley on the back of 7 wins in their last 8 and they’re a side full of confidence.

Their raft of front men are in form at the moment, none more so than Elliot Nevitt and Charlie Jolley but crucially now Micky Mellon has added attacking depth on the bench which could prove decisive against a Crawley side who were poor in losing at Stevenage midweek.