Aston Villa v Blackburn Rovers30/03/2019 15:00
Charlton v Bradford City30/03/2019 15:00
Lincoln City v Macclesfield30/03/2019 15:00
Aston Villa are in fine form at the moment, winning their last four games scoring 11 goals while conceding just 1.
They have beat Derby, Birmingham, Forest, and Boro in that time, and Blackburn are arguably the weaker team in this run.
I would not write off Blackburn though, and they are a pretty dangerous team.
Blackburn have scored two of more goals in four of their last five games, but they have lost three of those games, drawing one and winning one.
They are good at scoring goals, but they are not too strong at the back. Conceding ten goals in those five games.
I imagine they will have a tough time, against a dangerous, free-scoring Villa team, that love a goal at Villa Park.
Villa have scored seven goals in their last two home games while scoring two or more goals in 15 of their home games this season.
Meanwhile, Blackburn have conceded 16 goals in their last five away matches, and I see quite a few goals in this game, and a Villa win.
Charlton have a very impressive home record, and they come up against the bottom of the table Bradford who have lost four of their last six away games.
Charlton ground out a 0-0 draw on the road against Bristol Rovers last time out, but I seem them scoring a goal or two against Bradford.
Bradford have conceded nine goals in their last three away games, and those poor defensive displays will not hold out well against a clinical Charlton side.
I could see Bradford getting a goal, but only two teams have scored more than one against Charlton at home this season.
Ultimately, Charlton should be a class above their opponents this weekend, and I am expecting a fairly routine win.
Can Lincoln City continue their fine form against second from the bottom Macclesfield Town? Yes, I believe they can.
Macclesfield have seen positive results in their last five matches, drawing two, winning one and losing two.
But, they face the best team in the division, who are in great form.
Lincoln do tend to concede goals at home, and that is a concern. But, they should be able to dispatch a Macclesfield side that have lost three of their last five games on the road.
Macclesfield have struggled against the top teams in the league, losing to Bury (3-0) and MK Dons (3-1) and Mansfield (3-1) in recent matches.
I see a similar scoreline for this match, with Lincoln City being more than strong enough to win this game.
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