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EFL football tips for Saturday 27 02 21

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25 Feb | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
EFL football tips for Saturday 27 02 21

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Barnsley to beat Millwall

Barnsley went to within one point of the Championship play-off positions after beating Stoke 2-0 at Oakwell in midweek.

Valerien Ismael’s side have now won four on the spin and are unbeaten in seven, having taken seven points from games against Norwich, Cardiff and Brentford in that sequence.

Millwall have drawn back-to-back games against Luton and Wycombe and have won two of their last six away games.

Brentford to beat Stoke

Second-placed Brentford ended a run of three straight defeats by thumping Sheffield Wednesday 3-0 at home on Wednesday and should make it two from two here.

Thomas Frank’s side had won four on the bounce and gone 21 league games without defeat prior to that run.

Stoke are winless in their last eight away games and have lost back-to-back matches on the road.

Burton to beat Rochdale

Don’t let bottom-of-the-league Burton’s position put you off backing them here.

The Brewers have won four league games out of seven since Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink returned as manager, including victories against promotion-chasing Hull and Charlton, having managed just two all season beforehand.

Rochdale are winless in five and have managed one victory in their last 13 matches.

Peterborough to beat Wigan

Peterborough went top of League One following a 3-0 victory over Plymouth on Tuesday, which was their fifth on the spin.

Posh have only dropped two points in their last eight matches at London Road and, even at this price, are worth siding with against opposition at the wrong end of the table.

Third-bottom Wigan have lost six of their last eight matches, with their only victories in that period coming against respective second- and fourth-bottom sides Northampton and Bristol Rovers.

Bradford to beat Walsall

Bradford City got Mark Trueman and Conor Sellars’ permanent managerial tenure off to a winning start on Tuesday night with a 1-0 victory over Leyton Orient.

That was the Bantams’ eighth win in 12 matches under the managerial duo, who were in interim charge up to this week, and left them six points off the play-off places despite having been third-bottom at the time they took over.

Walsall lost 1-0 at home to out-of-form Newport on Wednesday, meaning they have managed one victory in their last 10.

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