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EFL football tips for Saturday 29 04 23

Back Will Rook's 75/1 five-fold, which is made up of 3pm kick-offs from the Championship, League One and League Two.

28 Apr | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
EFL football tips for Saturday 29 04 23

Stake a total of £25 on one or several accumulators of 2/1 or longer by 23:59 on Friday night to enter Betway’s Free Bet Club. You will earn one £5 free bet at 10:00 on Saturday and another £5 free bet at 10:00 on Monday.

Here are Will Rooks weekend football tips to help you on your way.

Swansea to beat Hull

Swansea come into this with a very slim chance of making it into the play-off positions following a run of six victories and a draw in their last seven matches.

Russell Martin’s side are 12th in the Championship, while there are three points separating themselves and sixth with two games remaining.

Hull are one of just six teams in the division with nothing to play for and have won two in nine.

Reading to beat Wigan

Reading are on a rough run of form, but their 11-match winless run does include four straight draws at home, and they have taken points off champions Burnley and play-off dwellers Luton in their last two.

The Royals will also have nine-goal striker Andy Carroll back from suspension after he was sent off in their 1-1 draw with Luton two weeks ago.

Bottom-of-the-league Wigan’s back-to-back victories offer some resistance against their inevitable relegation, but the fact they have managed one away win in 18 in all competitions says all you need to know about their quality.

Lincoln to beat Morecambe

Lincoln are currently in their best form of the season, having won four and drawn two of their last seven matches.

The Imps have beaten league leaders Plymouth and drawn with third- and fourth-placed Sheffield Wednesday and Barnsley as part of that sequence.

Fourth-bottom Morecambe have won back-to-back games to boost their survival hopes, but a run of one victory in five at home makes it worth backing against them here.

Colchester to beat Doncaster

Doncaster are probably the worst team in League Two in terms of performance level at the moment.

Danny Schofield’s side have taken two points from their last nine matches, while they have won one of their last 14.

Colchester are finishing strongly having staved off relegation. They have won three of their last four and are unbeaten in eight.

Gillingham to beat Newport

Gillingham have won five and drawn one of their last six matches at home in a strong end to the season that suggests they will be a force in 2023/24.

Neil Harris’ side have taken points off champions Leyton Orient and promotion hopefuls Stockport and Carlisle as part of that sequence, so this price looks juicy against a mid-table team.

Newport have won just four of their last 13 matches during an inconsistent run-in in which they have had little to play for.

*Odds subject to change.

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