|Aalborg v Nordsjaelland|
|Viking FK v Aalesunds FK|
|Gefle v GIF Sundsvall|
|Excelsior v PEC Zwolle|
|Pacos Ferreira v CD Nacional|
|Viborg v Silkeborg|
|Hamburger v Eintracht Frankfurt|
|Belgian Pro League|
|Oostende v Kortrijk|
|Burton Albion v Birmingham|
|Spanish La Liga|
|Osasuna v Real Betis|
|Maritimo v Boavista|
|Spanish La Liga|
|Espanyol v Eibar|
|Scottish League Cup|
|Morton v Aberdeen|
|Bournemouth v Tottenham|
|FC Ingolstadt 04 v Borussia Dortmund|
Question of the Week
What should happen to the EFL Trophy next season?
Beat the Bookies: Week 29
By: Rob Sedgwick
BRADFORD v Aldershot
Aldershot were terrible last week against Burton and have started to fade of late. Bradford have been playing well recently and should be far to strong at home.
Burton Albion v CHELTENHAM
Cheltenham have shown in recent games that they are capable of winning. Burton played well last week at Aldershot, but it will be a different kettle of fish at home where they have to take the initiative.
Chesterfield v PORT VALE
Both sides have been doing well recently, and Vale have picked up especially in recent weeks. They need a win to try and get involved with the play-offs
Morecambe v GRIMSBY
Grimsby have scored 5 goals in 2 games. Morecambe have hardly scored at all recently and their promotion campaign has begun to falter. OK Town lost in midweek but they'll be desperate to try and break their winless away form now that the other monkey has been lifted off their back. The biggest worry is Town's injury list but they do have a large squad.
Northampton v DARLINGTON
Everyones written Darlo off and theyll probalby go down but they are not playing for their careers and contracts next season. Bet on Darlo every week until the end of the season and you wont lose your money.
SHREWSBURY v Rochdale
Shrewsbury will be desperate to make up for the disappointment against Grimsby last week. Dale faltered in midweek and the Shrews may benefit from not playing since last weekend.
Notts County v BOURNEMOUTH
Notts Co are nearly always overpriced. Bournemouth are a decent side who could cause an upset. They didnt play in midweek so could benefit from the extra days rest.
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