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EFL football tips for Saturday 30 10 21

Back Adam Drury's 55/1 accumulator, which is made up of games from the 15:00 kick-offs in the Championship, League One and League Two.

29 Oct | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
EFL football tips for Saturday 30 10 21


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 Adam Drury‘s weekend football tips to help you on your way.

Luton to beat Preston

Luton have only lost to league leaders Bournemouth in their last 10 matches, winning three of their last five.

The Hatters sit fifth in the Championship and fourth for xPoints, so their progress is no fluke.

Preston have only won one of their last nine league games and are clearly an inferior side to their visitors.

MK Dons to beat Crewe

MK Dons beat third-placed Wigan last time out on the road, their sixth league win of the season.

Liam Manning’s side sit seventh in League One and can outplay bottom side Crewe side here.

The hosts have lost their last three matches 3-0, 4-0 and 2-1.

Rotherham to beat Sunderland

Rotherham have won four of their last five home games 3-0, 4-1, 4-1 and 5-0.

The Millers are on an impressive run of five wins in seven league games as they move towards the top of League One.

Sunderland were beaten by Charlton in their last league game, and were battered 4-0 at Portsmouth in their last match against top-half opposition.

Port Vale to beat Crawley

Port Vale have won six of their last eight league games, easily dispatching bottom-half opposition Barrow and Colchester in the last fortnight.

Darrell Clarke’s side deservedly sit second in League Two and take on out-of-form opposition.

Crawley have lost three in a row, including their last two league home games.

Mansfield to beat Tranmere

Mansfield have made a hopeless start to the season, but this might be the best opportunity of the season so far to back them.

The Stags have improved at home recently, securing a couple of draws and at least appearing harder to play against. They have the quality in their side to come good at any time.

The main reason for backing them is opponents Tranmere, though, who have shipped two goals in both of their last two games after an unsustainably good start to the season.

*Odds subject to change.

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