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Football Betting: EFL Good Friday tips

Start your Easter weekend off with this accumulator, which comes from the Championship, League One and League Two.

27 Mar | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
Football Betting: EFL Good Friday tips

Wigan to beat Oldham (13:00) –

Wigan’s 2-0 victory over Bury last weekend kept them second in League One, just one point behind Shrewsbury.

The Latics are second in the form table, having won four and drawn two of their last six league games.

Oldham lost 2-0 to Portsmouth last time out and have won just one of their last nine away games.

Cardiff to beat Burton (15:00) –

Cardiff are the most in-form side in the Football League, having won eight and drawn two of their last 10 matches.

Neil Warnock’s side have won six out of seven against bottom-four sides this season and, even at short odds, are worth backing to make it seven in eight.

Second-bottom Burton have lost four of their last five and managed just one victory in 13 in all competitions.

Fulham to beat Norwich (15:00) –

Fulham were held to a draw by QPR last time out, but have won 12 of 16-match unbeaten run.

The Cottagers have the third-best away record in the Championship and are irresistible at odds against.

Norwich have lost just one of their last eight, but that run contained just one victory and they will be unable to cope with their visitors.

Luton to beat Colchester (15:00) –

Luton ended a five-game winless run last Saturday, beating Barnet 2-0 to regain their place at the top of League Two.

Despite their recent stumble, the Hatters have lost just one of their last nine league games and boast the third-best travelling record in the division.

Colchester have lost back-to-back home games and won just two out of eight at the Weston Homes Community Stadium.

Wolves to beat Middlesbrough (17:30) –

League leaders Wolves beat Middlesbrough 1-0 on the opening day of the season and are excellent value to complete the double on Friday.

Nuno Espirito Santo’s side breezed past Burton last time out and have won three of their last four league games.

Middlesbrough are in decent form themselves, having gone six games without defeat, but have picked up just two points from their eight matches against top-five sides this season.

*Odds subject to change.

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