You would be £41.90 in profit if you had staked £10 on each of Will Rook‘s EFL picks this season. Here are his football betting tips for Tuesday’s action.
Wigan to beat QPR –
QPR’s terrible start to the season continued on Tuesday with a 3-0 defeat at home to Bristol City, who had not won their previous 13 away games.
The R’s lost 7-1 at West Brom last weekend and are bottom of the table, having lost four from four and conceded 13 goals – more than any other side in the EFL.
Wigan won 3-0 away to Stoke on Wednesday to earn their second league win of the season and should get their third on Saturday.
Portsmouth to beat Doncaster –
Portsmouth extended their 100 per cent start in the league to four matches with a 2-1 win at Bristol Rovers on Tuesday.
Pompey are one of just two sides in the EFL yet to drop a point and are a great price to beat Doncaster.
Rovers beat Southend and Wycombe in their opening two matches, but have since taken just one point from strugglers Burton and Shrewsbury.
Luton to beat Shrewsbury –
Luton look to be over their tough start in League One as they won 2-0 at home to Southend on Tuesday.
The Hatters had one point after three games, which looks disappointing until you realise they had played three of the top four in Portsmouth, Sunderland and Peterborough.
Shrewsbury are winless after five matches in all competitions and have scored just one league goal so far.
Barnsley to beat Scunthorpe –
Barnsley won their third match in a four-game unbeaten run in the league as they hammered Rochdale 4-0 away from home in midweek.
Three of those goals came from striker Kieffer Moore, who proved that the Tykes can still be a force even without Millwall-bound Tom Bradshaw.
Scunthorpe are winless in their four matches in all competitions and sacked their manager on Friday, having lost back-to-back games with an aggregate score of 8-0.
Lincoln to beat Notts County –
Notts County are bottom of League Two after four matches, despite being fancied for promotion in pre-season, after picking up just one point from their first four games.
The Magpies have lost both of their away games in the league and have won just one of their last seven league matches on the road.
Lincoln are behind leaders Exeter on goal difference only and have won three of their opening four matches, including both games at Sincil Bank.
*Odds subject to change.
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