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EFL football tips for Saturday 20 02 21

After bagging a 16/5 double in last week's weather-hit programme, Will Rook is back with a 37/1 accumulator from Saturday's 3pm kick-offs.

18 Feb | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
EFL football tips for Saturday 20 02 21

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Swansea to beat Huddersfield

Huddersfield lost 2-1 to out-of-form Middlesbrough in midweek and have taken two points from their last eight league games.

That is three fewer than any other Championship club in the same period, while that run has seen them fall to within five points of the relegation zone.

Third-placed Swansea have taken 20 points over the same timeframe – three more than any other side in the division.

Oxford to beat Ipswich

Oxford have bounced back to win two league games out of two since their club-record winning streak was ended by Doncaster earlier this month.

Despite that setback, Karl Robinson’s side have won nine of their last 10 matches in League One and have lost one in 13.

Ipswich were held to a goalless draw at home to struggling Northampton in midweek and have won one of their last six.

Peterborough to beat AFC Wimbledon

Peterborough stayed level on points with second-placed Hull as they came from behind to beat Gillingham 3-1 in midweek.

That was Posh’s third straight victory in the league and sixth in eight matches, while they have only dropped two points in their last seven at London Road.

Wimbledon have lost nine of their last 12, with their only victory in that sequence coming against second-bottom Wigan.

Plymouth to beat Rochdale

Plymouth are the only side in League One who are unbeaten in their last eight matches following a 1-0 victory over Fleetwood last weekend.

Ryan Lowe’s side have won five of those matches in a run that has taken them to within four points of the play-offs.

Sixth-bottom Rochdale have lost three on the bounce and won one of their last 11.

Salford to beat Carlisle

Salford are the only side in the top four divisions in England who remain unbeaten at home this season.

The Ammies beat Barrow 1-0 at the Peninsula Stadium in midweek and have dropped two points in their last four.

Carlisle have lost back-to-back matches and have looked rusty after a glut of postponements have left them with at least three games in hand on most of League Two.

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