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EFL football tips for Saturday 30 01 21

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28 Jan | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
EFL football tips for Saturday 30 01 21

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Brentford to beat Wycombe

Fourth plays bottom here, so this pick isn’t rocket science.

Brentford are unbeaten in their last 17 league games and have won four of their last six at home.

Wycombe have lost three straight away games and taken five points from 11 matches.

MK Dons to beat AFC Wimbledon

Fourth-bottom AFC Wimbledon come into this on a 10-match winless run, having earned just two points in that period – fewer than any other League One side.

Glyn Hodges’ side have lost four straight games at Plough Lane and are a point from safety.

MK Dons have won three of their last five and represent great value against struggling opposition.

Oxford to beat Fleetwood

Oxford made it seven wins on the bounce in all competitions after netting in the last minute to beat Rochdale 4-3 away in midweek.

Six of those victories came in the league for the U’s, while they are also unbeaten in 10.

Fleetwood are winless in their last eight, losing three and drawing two since sacking Joey Barton as manager.

Bradford to beat Barrow

Bradford beat Southend 3-1 in midweek and look like a different side under interim managerial duo Mark Trueman and Conor Sellars.

The Bantams have won four and drawn three since the pair took over from Stuart McCall in the dugout, more than doubling their points tally for the season.

Barrow have lost five of their last seven away games in the league and have taken just seven points on the road overall.

Mansfield to beat Walsall

Mansfield have taken 16 points from their last available 18 in League Two – more than any other side in the division.

The Stags come into this match on the back of a five-match winning streak, which includes three away games.

Walsall have earned one point in their last three at the Bescot Stadium, while their only victory in six came against out-of-form Port Vale last time out.

*Odds subject to change.

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