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Football League tips – Saturday 19 September

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We’re backing Plymouth to get the better of Bristol Rovers on Saturday

Three Football League picks for Saturday and we’re making the mighty Pilgrims our banker bet of the weekend.

PLYMOUTH to beat Bristol Rovers @ 29/20 with BetVictor

In the green corner, we have Plymouth Argyle, a team who have collected fifteen points from seven games played thus far. Why are the Pilgrims such a backable price to win Saturday’s clash against the Gas?

Presumably the bookies think Argyle are in a false position and that Bristol Rovers can continue their away form that has seen them pick up two victories since getting back into the Football League?

Even so, Plymouth tonked Carlisle 4-1 and also beat Newport, with their one defeat at Home Park coming against a Portsmouth side who are favourites to win the title.

Reuben Reid and Jake Jervis are both full of goals and the visitors come into this game off the back of three straight defeats. Fill your boots with the 29/20 and thank us later.

BRIGHTON to win away to Wolves @ 21/10 with SkyBet

Brighton are the runaway Championship leaders and they might continue to make hay while the sun shines. Chris Hughton rivals Mick McCarthy for the Championship Godfather award, having done great things with Newcastle and Birmingham City in the past.

He’s getting a right tune from the Seagulls this season and they might well continue their habit of winning a match by a one-goal margin against a stuttering Wolves side that can’t get out of the blocks.

The absence of Bakary Sako is clearly an issue for Wanderers, although it doesn’t help that the defence has shipped ten goals in six games thus far, with no clean sheets all blooming season!

PETERBOROUGH to beat Walsall @ 2/1 with bet365

Well this is a price and a half. OK, so Posh have not shown much spice in League One this season but they smashed five past Oldham last week to suggest being manager-less isn’t that big a deal.

Grant McCann has the reins and the team now face a Walsall team that are sixteen places higher in second place. Although there is probably very little between these teams in reality.

Lee Angol and Souleymane Coulibaly helped themselves to a brace apiece at Boundary Park and the two youngsters should pose the Saddlers plenty of problems.

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