EFL, FA Cup football tips for Saturday 23 01 21
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Norwich to beat Barnsley
Championship leaders Norwich have won nine and drawn one of their last 11 matches in all competitions.
The Canaries beat Barnsley 1-0 at home earlier in January as part of that run and beat Championship opposition in the FA Cup third round in Coventry.
Barnsley have lost three of their last four matches, with their only victory in that period coming against League Two Tranmere in the previous round of the cup.
West Ham to beat Doncaster
West Ham beat West Brom 2-1 on Tuesday to record their fourth straight victory in all competitions and sixth without defeat.
David Moyes’ side have only lost one of their last 11 matches at the London Stadium, against Premier League leaders Manchester United, while they have won eight of their last 11 cup games against lower-league opposition.
League One Doncaster have lost each of their last eight cup ties against Premier League sides.
Crewe to beat AFC Wimbledon
Fourth-bottom AFC Wimbledon have picked up just one point in their last eight league games – fewer than any other side in League One.
Glyn Hodges’ side are the only team in the division not to win a match during that period and were thumped 4-0 by Portsmouth on Tuesday night.
Crewe are unbeaten in their last 10 in all competitions and have won five of their last six at home.
Peterborough to beat Ipswich
Peterborough made it three wins on the spin in midweek as they came from behind to beat fellow play-off hopefuls Charlton.
Darren Ferguson’s side are unbeaten in their last seven in all competitions and are a great price to take advantage of their hosts’ poor home form.
Ipswich have lost four of their last five matches at Portman Road, with their only victory in that sequence coming against bottom-of-the-league Burton.
Oxford to beat Bristol Rovers
Oxford come into this on the back of five straight victories in all competitions and nine games without defeat.
Karl Robinson’s side have beaten bottom-six sides Northampton, Wimbledon and Burton during that run, and can add another here.
Bristol Rovers have lost four matches in a row in all competitions.