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Football Betting: Championship, EFL BTTS tips

These matches from the Championship, League One and league Two should deliver goals, and - with our tempting 7/1 accumulator - profit.

28 Mar | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
Football Betting: Championship, EFL BTTS tips

Norwich v Fulham (15.00) –

After winning 2-1 win at Preston in their last away match, both teams have scored in nine of Fulham’s last 11 games on the road.

Slavisa Jokanovic’s side, the league’s second-highest goalscorers, have since drawn 2-2 with QPR, and should score and concede at Norwich on Friday.

The Canaries’ last three matches have finished 4-3, 1-1 and 3-2, while both teams have scored in six of their last eight matches at home to sides above them in the Championship table.

Rotherham v Peterborough (15.00) –

Rotherham have only failed to score twice at home this season, so their 1-0 defeat to Rochdale last time out at the New York Stadium was an exception to the rule.

The Millers are the division’s third-highest scorers, and are bound to score against a Peterborough side that have kept just two clean sheets in 15 away matches.

Posh should score themselves. They have found the net in all of their four matches since the appointment of Steve Evans as manager and are the highest scorers outside the top four. 

Mansfield v Accrington (15.00) –

There have been goals at both ends in 12 of Mansfield’s last 15 home matches, and that run has every chance of extending for the visit of Accrington.

Stanley have scored in 11 consecutive matches, including two goals apiece in games at fellow promotion rivals Coventry and Luton.

September’s reverse fixture finished 2-1, and this is a superb price for both teams to score on Friday.

Notts County v Wycombe (15.00) –

Wycombe’s 0-0 draw with Port Vale on Saturday can be put down as an anomaly, with both teams scoring in 12 of their previous 15 matches.

Six of the Chairboys’ last eight away matches have produced goals at both ends, including four 3-2 scorelines, and that sequence should extend in Friday’s match against another side that entertains.

Notts County have scored and conceded in seven of their last eight home matches, and in all three of their games against top-seven opposition at Meadow Lane this season.

August’s reverse fixture between these two finished 2-4.

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