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EFL football tips for Saturday 25 02 23

23 Feb | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
EFL football tips for Saturday 25 02 23

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

Reading to beat Blackpool {ODDS:1085207270:21/20}

Reading have the sixth-best home record in the Championship, despite being 16th in the table.

The Royals have taken 30 points at the Madejski Stadium in 15 matches. They have won four and drawn two of their last six at home.

Second-bottom Blackpool have lost five straight away games and are winless in nine.

Middlesbrough to beat West Brom {ODDS:1085206587:15/8}

Middlesbrough are the form side in the Championship, having won 12 of their last 14 league games.

That run has taken them to third, four points behind a Sheffield United side they beat 3-1 last week.

West Brom lost 3-2 at Watford on Monday night and have won one of their last six in all competitions – their worst run since manager Carlos Corberan took over in October.

Sheffield Wednesday to beat Charlton {ODDS:1086627919:19/20}

Sheffield Wednesday went top of League One last weekend as they hammered relegation-threatened MK Dons 5-2 at Hillsborough to go 19 games unbeaten.

Darren Moore’s side have only dropped two points in their last nine matches, in a 2-2 draw away to promotion rivals Ipswich earlier this month.

Charlton look unlikely to go up or down this season

Wycombe to beat Shrewsbury {ODDS:1086628387:17/10}

Wycombe beat in-form Bolton 1-0 at Adams Park last weekend and have won five straight league games, keeping clean sheets in four of those.

The Chairboys lost club legend and manager Gareth Ainsworth to QPR in midweek, but moved quickly to appoint Matt Bloomfield, who had overseen an uptick at Colchester during his time in charge.

Shrewsbury lost their first game in eight at Accrington last weekend. They had previously won six of their last seven, but all of the last four were by a single goal in games that could have gone either way.

Stockport to beat Barrow {ODDS:1086640329:1/1}

Fourth-placed Stockport beat bottom-of-the-league Rochdale 2-1 in midweek to go within a point of the automatic promotion places in League Two.

That was a fifth straight win for Dave Challinor’s side, who look like the best team in the division at the moment.

Barrow’s 1-0 win away to Bradford was only their third in 17 matches in all competitions. They are winless in five at home having scored one goal in that period.

*Odds subject to change.

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