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EFL football tips for Easter Monday 05 04 21

01 Apr | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
EFL football tips for Easter Monday 05 04 21

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Rotherham to beat Wycombe

Bottom-of-the-league Wycombe are eight points from safety and look as good as relegated, despite a 1-0 victory over Blackburn on Good Friday.

The Chairboys have lost five and drawn one of their last eight matches.

Third-bottom Rotherham, meanwhile, look to be in with a decent chance of saving themselves after winning two of their last four, including a victory over relegation rivals Sheffield Wednesday last month.

MK Dons to beat Crewe

MK Dons come into this on the back of four straight victories and are one of a cluster on teams with an outside chance of securing a play-off spot.

Russell Martin’s side will also have the benefit of having had Good Friday off, following the postponement of their scheduled game with Lincoln.

Crewe’s win at relegation candidates Northampton last time out on the road was only their second in nine away from Gresty Road.

Portsmouth to beat Wigan

Wigan are without a win in four matches after they were beaten 1-0 away to Gillingham on Wednesday evening.

The Latics have managed four victories in their last 16 league games and are a point from safety in League One.

Portsmouth have a 100 per cent record under new manager Danny Cowley, having won three straight matches.

Cheltenham to beat Grimsby

Promotion chasers Cheltenham come into this in inconsistent form given their lofty position, but should still be able to notch three points against the league’s worst side.

Despite their sticky patch, Cheltenham have won seven of their last 10.

Bottom-of-the-league Grimsby have managed two victories in their last 20 matches.

Bolton to beat Newport

This is a juicy price for the league’s form team to grab another victory.

Bolton have dropped just six points in a 14-match unbeaten run that has seen them climb to the brink of the automatic promotion spots.

Three straight defeats for Newport, meanwhile, mean they are in danger of dropping out of the play-off positions.

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