Good Friday Betting Guide: Our writers' 5 best football tips
We've compiled our writers’ best football tips, including win/draw/win and BTTS, into one bite-size betting preview. You can back the five-fold at 22/1.
Will Rook provides his football tips for Good Friday's matches in the Championship, League One and League Two.
BTTS in Doncaster v Charlton (12:30)
Doncaster have been involved in the second-highest proportion of BTTS games in League One, with both sides bagging in 22 of their 35 matches.
Rovers are the second-highest scorers in the division at home, having netted 32 league goals.
Charlton come into this on the back of four straight BTTS matches and they have only failed to score in one of their last eight away games.
Bolton to beat Colchester (13:00)
Bolton look the best team in League Two by some distance at the moment with their promotion charge gathering pace.
Wanderers are level on points with the automatic promotion spots following a run of 11 victories in 13 unbeaten matches.
Colchester are just four points above the bottom two, having won just once in their last 22.
BTTS: No in Derby v Luton (15:00)
No side in England’s top four divisions have been involved in a lower proportion of BTTS matches than Derby or Luton.
Both teams have scored in just 11 of both team’s league games this season, with Derby having played 38 and Luton 37.
The Rams are the lowest scorers above the bottom three, with 27, while Luton have netted just 31 times.
Hull to beat Crewe (15:00)
Hull are top of League One and, despite coming into this after back-to-back draws, look in decent shape.
The Tigers had won their four games prior to that and have taken 11 points from their last five away games, including a 3-1 victory over second-placed Peterborough last month.
Crewe’s home form has been solid this season, but they were beaten 3-0 by Burton last time out at Gresty Road and have only won three of their last nine.
Ipswich to beat Bristol Rovers (15:00)
Bristol Rovers stayed second-bottom of League One following their 1-0 defeat to Sunderland last weekend, which was their fourth loss on the spin.
The Gas have lost 16 of their last 22 matches in all competitions and are on an 11-match winless run away from the Memorial Stadium.
Ipswich are unbeaten in six at Portman Road and, after three winless away games, are worth backing for three points here.
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