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5 tips from Tuesday’s Football League fixtures

16 Oct | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
5 tips from Tuesday’s Football League fixtures

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Rotherham to beat AFC Wimbledon – {ODDS:200243172:7/5}

Rotherham are promotion contenders after winning seven of their last nine league matches.

The Millers’ 2-0 win over Scunthorpe last weekend was also their third successive clean sheet.

Wimbledon have only won two in nine and could only manage their first goal in five against Northampton on Saturday.

Blackburn to beat Plymouth – {ODDS:200239489:1/2}

Blackburn’s shock defeat at Oldham will count for little here.

Tony Mowbray’s side remain one of the best in League One, having won six out of their last nine.

Bottom-of-the-league Plymouth picked up an impressive point at home to Shrewsbury at the weekend, but are without a win in 11.

Wigan to beat Gillingham – {ODDS:200242877:2/5}

Another Wigan victory last time out took them a step closer to promotion back to the Championship.

That was their seventh win in eight, and lifted them to the top of League One and five points clear of third.

Gillingham managed just their second league win of the season against Peterborough on Saturday, but are likely to be beaten by the better side.

Rochdale to beat Northampton – {ODDS:200240009:7/10}

Rochdale have taken just three points from their last four, but should have no problems on Tuesday.

Keith Hill’s side have only dropped two points at home to bottom-eight sides since the start of last season, and have already registered wins against Doncaster and Gillingham at Spotland this campaign.

Northampton have lost back-to-back matches with an aggregate score of 7-0 and picked up just two points from their last six.

Accrington to beat Stevenage – {ODDS:200257898:13/8}

Accrington beat fellow promotion-candidates Coventry at home last weekend, but their away form has been even more impressive.

Stanley have won four consecutive matches on the road and lost just one in six.

Stevenage were beaten for the second time in a row on Saturday, losing 7-1 at Luton.

Don’t bank on a revival.