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Three brilliant Football League tips – Saturday 27 February

Dack can help Gillingham win against Chesterfield

We’ve got League One and League Two picks that should return a profit on Saturday

Away from the Premier League, we’ve delved into League One and League Two and found some strong picks for Saturday.

The best odds for our treble pays over 7/1 with BetVictor.

NORTHAMPTON to beat Hartlepool @ 5/6 with bet365
League Two has been a load of Cobblers this season. Northampton to be precise, with Chris Wilder’s team absolutely owning the division and they look backable to win at Hartlepool on Saturday.

Nobody can stop Town landing the League Two title, with Northampton twelve points clear of the chasing pack, while Pools are 21st in the table and they have lost nine matches at the Victoria Ground this term already.

United recently dismissed Ronnie Moore and they have lost seven of their last ten games, with Northampton likely to win this match at a canter.

GILLINGHAM to beat Chesterfield @ 20/21 with Ladbrokes
The Gills have won twelve of sixteen matches at the Priestfield this season and there’s little reason to think they won’t beat Chesterfield on Saturday.

Justin Edinburgh’s side have been challenging for promotion all term and host a Spireites team who twenty-four points worse off than their opponents.

Gillingham recently beat an in-form Barnsley at home and Bradley Dack continues to plunder goals at a fast rate of knots.

MILLWALL to beat Doncaster @ 11/8 with William Hill
The Lions were sleeping earlier in the campaign although Neil Harris’ team have started to find form and could still challenge for automatic promotion this term.

It has been six wins from the past eight matches and Millwall are especially strong on the road where the London side have won their past seven away from the Den.

Steve Morison and Lee Gregory are a formidable front pairing and we’re happy to get with them to beat a Doncaster side who are on a four-match losing run .

All odds were correct at time of posting.

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