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EFL football tips for Thursday 29 12 22

Back Will Rook's 63/1 five-fold, which is made up of festive football from the Championship, League One and League Two.

22 Dec | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
EFL football tips for Thursday 29 12 22

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

Coventry to beat Cardiff

Coventry are in decent nick at the moment, with five victories from their last eight matches.

That run includes four wins and a draw from their last five at home, including a 1-0 victory over in-form West Brom last Wednesday.

Cardiff have managed two victories in 10 matches.

Bristol Rovers to beat Exeter

Bristol Rovers have won 85 points during the calendar year, with only Sheffield Wednesday earning more in the EFL.

The Gas come into this with seven victories and two draws from their last 10 in all competitions at the Memorial Stadium.

Exeter have won one away game in eight.

Ipswich to beat Portsmouth

Ipswich are second in League One and have the best travelling record of any team in the division.

Kieran McKenna’s side have won seven and drawn two of their 11 matches on the road.

Portsmouth’s league form has fallen off a cliff, with their only victory in 12 coming against third-bottom Forest Green.

AFC Wimbledon to beat Colchester

Wimbledon look in great shape, having won five and drawn three of their last nine league games and have kept five clean sheets in six.

Johnnie Jackson’s side haven’t lost an away game in seven in all competitions, and recently took League One leaders Plymouth to penalties in the EFL Trophy.

Colchester are third-bottom of League Two and have lost six of their last eight matches.

Stockport to beat Walsall

Stockport look like the quality team in League Two currently, having won six of their last eight matches.

The only defeat the Hatters have suffered in that sequence came against league leaders Leyton Orient last month.

Walsall are in great form themselves, but are worth taking on against this calibre of opposition.

*Odds subject to change.

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