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STOKE v Bournemouth > 23/20 at BetVictor

Stoke remain in good home form despite the fact they've lost three of their last four Premier League matches. The Potters have won two in four at the bet365 Stadium so far this season against Arsenal (1-0) and Southampton (2-1), and they also managed to hold Man Utd to a 2-2 draw there last month meaning they're the only side to score against Jose Mourinho's men this season. Bournemouth have won just once on their travels in 2017 and have now lost four in four aways this season, scoring just once. The Potters look good value to us.

Morecambe v GRIMSBY > 29/20 at BetVictor

Grimsby look good value for their third straight away win when they visit The Globe Arena on Saturday. The Mariners have won back to back away matches at Port Vale (1-2) and Cheltenham (2-3) following on from another impressive away win at fifth place Accrington last month (1-2). Hosts Morecambe have lost three in four including back to back home matches against strugglers Crawley (0-1) and Port Vale - they'll be looking for their first home goal in over 280 minutes of football on Saturday.

MILLWALL v Birmingham6/5 at BetVictor

If you excuse a 1-3 defeat against bogey team Barnsley towards the end of last month, Millwall remain in strong home form ahead of their match against Birmingham on Saturday evening. The Tykes won at the Den three weeks ago (1-3), their fifth straight win over The Lions, but Neil Harris's men had won their previous three home matches against tough opposition in Norwich (4-0), Leeds (1-0) and Reading (2-1). Birmingham have impressed at St Andrews recently in back to back wins to nil against Sheff Wed (1-0) and Cardiff (1-0) but their away form remains the worst in the Championship following a run of five defeats in six.

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