From 4pm on Saturday, we will be boosting this accumulator - including football tips from the Championship, League One and League Two - to 19/1.
Had you placed a £10 stake on Will Rook’s EFL football betting tips for the 2018/19 season, your profit would be:
Birmingham to beat Sheffield Wednesday
Sheffield Wednesday were beaten 3-0 away to QPR in midweek to record back-to-back league defeats.
The Owls have managed just one win in their last five matches and have failed to keep a single clean sheet in any of their 14 league games.
Birmingham notched their third straight victory and made it 10 games without defeat as they beat Reading 2-1 at home on Tuesday.
Millwall to beat Ipswich
Millwall came from behind to beat Wigan 2-1 at the Den on Tuesday, which was their second win in three matches.
Both of those victories have come at home and they should ease past bottom-of-the-league Ipswich side to make it three from three.
The Tractor Boys – who sacked manager Paul Hurst on Thursday – have lost three of their last four matches and have failed to register more than two attempts on target in any of their last six games.
Sheffield United to beat Wigan
Sheffield United drew 1-1 with Stoke in midweek, but their 3.1 xG demonstrates their dominance during the match.
That result kept the Blades level on points with the league leaders and, with top scorer Billy Sharp returning from injury, those chances are more likely to be put away.
Wigan surrendered the lead as they were beaten at Millwall on Tuesday and have lost five straight away games.
Luton to beat AFC Wimbledon
Luton took in-form Accrington apart in midweek, beating them 4-1 at Kenilworth Road to record their fifth victory in six matches in all competitions.
The Hatters have scored two or more goals in each of those matches and should batter their goal-shy opponents.
AFC Wimbledon are bottom of form the table and have lost five straight league games, including against the bottom two sides. They have scored just one goal in that sequence.
Cambridge to beat Macclesfield
Cambridge followed an impressive point away to league leaders Lincoln last weekend with a 2-0 victory at Swindon on Tuesday night.
The U’s should be able to bring that form back to the Abbey Stadium against bottom-of-the-league Macclesfield.
The visitors were spanked 5-0 at home to Northampton in midweek and have earned just one point in their seven away games this season.
Visit Betway’s football betting page.
xG stats courtesy of Experimental361.