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Football Betting: Championship, League 1 & League 2 tips

08 Mar | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
Football Betting: Championship, League 1 & League 2 tips

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Cardiff to beat Birmingham – {ODDS:247218380:4/7}

Cardiff’s 2-1 win at home to Barnsley in midweek made it six victories from their seven matches against the bottom five this season.

The Bluebirds have conceded just one goal in a five-match winning streak and are unbeaten in their last nine league games.

Birmingham have scored just once in a run of six straight defeats and have the second-worst away record in the Championship, having taken just 10 points from 18 matches.

Rotherham to beat Rochdale – {ODDS:24755099:3/4}

Rotherham hit a 103rd-minute winner against Doncaster last time out to record their seventh consecutive league victory and extend their unbeaten run to 14.

Paul Warne’s side have the best home record in League One, having won 12 and drawn two of their 18 matches at the New York Stadium.

Rochdale won 3-0 away to Walsall in midweek, but that was only their second away victory of the season and they have the second-worst travelling record in the division.

Wigan to beat Scunthorpe – {ODDS:247554653:8/13}

Wigan’s 2-2 with Blackburn last weekend means they have lost just two of their last 15 league games.

The Latics have won five of their last six at the DW Stadium, including victories over Premier League sides Manchester City, West Ham and Bournemouth.

Scunthorpe lost 2-0 to Oldham last time out and have beaten only out-of-form Fleetwood in their last 10 matches.

Coventry to beat Barnet – {ODDS:247287650:10/11}

Barnet beat Colchester two weeks ago but have won just two of their last 12 league games.

The Bees are bottom of the table and have lost 12 of their 18 away games so far this term.

Coventry lost to Accrington in their last home game, but had won their previous seven in a row. They should breeze through this one.

Crawley to beat Morecambe – {ODDS:247288938:21/20}

Crawley lost at Forest Green last time out, but they have won five of their last seven league games.

Harry Kewell’s side have won five successive home games, conceding just two goals in that run.

Morecambe lost 1-0 at Accrington in midweek and have won just one of their last eight.