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EFL football tips for Saturday 18 12 21

17 Dec | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
EFL football tips for Saturday 18 12 21

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Here are Will Rook‘s weekend football tips to help you on your way.

Blackburn to beat Birmingham

Fourth-placed Blackburn come into this in great nick, having won seven of their last nine matches.

That run of form has put a five-point buffer between Rovers and seventh place in the Championship and leaves them four points from the automatics.

Birmingham have managed one victory in their last nine away games.

Rotherham to beat Cambridge

League One leaders Rotherham are a short price for an away win here, but it is justified.

The Millers are unbeaten in 15 league games and have won nine of their last 12.

Cambridge have lost four out of six, winning only once.

Sunderland to beat Ipswich

Sunderland have won four league games in a six-match unbeaten run, including back-to-back victories against Morecambe and Plymouth.

Lee Johnson’s side are third in League One, with just goal difference between them and a spot in the automatic promotion spots.

Ipswich are 12th, while their only victory in eight in all competitions came against bottom-of-the-league Crewe.

Fleetwood to beat Morecambe

This looks like a good price for a side that has taken seven points from their four games since sacking Simon Grayson as manager.

Fleetwood have won back-to-back matches against Bolton and Gillingham, and can make it three on the spin.

Fourth-bottom Morecambe have lost three straight league games and eight out of 11.

Salford to beat Stevenage

Stevenage are third-bottom of League Two and travel to Salford with the second-worst away record in the division.

Boro have managed one victory out of nine on the road, on the opening day against Bristol Rovers.

Salford have lost just one league game in eight at the Peninsula, so should be trusted here.

*Odds subject to change.

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