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Football Betting: Championship, EFL, National League tips

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

Earn £10 in free bets every week by opting in and staking £25 or more on multiples. Here are our writers' best bets for Friday's football to start you off.

Norwich v Fulham BTTS (15.00) – {ODDS:252726866:4/7}

Norwich’s last three matches have finished 4-3, 1-1 and 3-2, so Friday’s match with Fulham should prove explosive.

The visitors have scored and conceded in nine of their last 11 away matches, and drew 2-2 with QPR last time out.

– Adam Drury

Preston to beat Sheffield Wednesday (15.00) – {ODDS:252721516:6/4}

Preston have the second-best travelling record in the Championship and eased past Sunderland last time out for their third victory in four.

Sheffield Wednesday won 2-1 at Leeds before the international break, but that was their first win in eight.

– Will Rook

Notts County v Wycombe BTTS (15.00) – {ODDS:255792489:8/11}

For the second successive week, I’m dipping into Adam Drury’s Fill Your Boots for my FBC.

Wycombe drew 0-0 with Port Vale last weekend, but both teams had scored in 12 of their previous 15 matches. Notts County have scored and conceded in seven of their last eight matches at Meadow Lane, while the reverse fixture between these two sides in August finished 4-2.

– Tom Bowles

Sutton to beat Maidenhead (15.00) – {ODDS:255957180:19/20}

Sutton are in cracking form, with eight wins, two draws and one defeat from their last 11 games in the National League.

They now face struggling Maidenhead, who are winless in five with three defeats, including a 7-1 thrashing by Gateshead earlier this month.

– Jack Green

QPR to win or draw against Reading and BTTS (17.30) – {ODDS:252726385:6/4}

QPR are unbeaten in four having won 3-1 at Aston Villa and drawn 2-2 with Fulham in their last two away games.

Expect something similar when they travel to Reading, who are winless in nine, with both teams scoring in seven.

– Tom Clee

*Odds subject to change

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