5 Football League picks for Tuesday night's action
Earn some midweek money with this five-fold accumulator, which includes tips from the Championship, League One and League Two.
Cardiff to beat Bolton –
Bolton have been over-reliant on their home form this season, with just one of their seven victories coming away from the Macron Stadium.
Phil Parkinson’s side have the worst away record in the Championship and have lost four away games out of five.
Cardiff extended their unbeaten run to four matches with a 1-1 draw at Millwall on Friday and have won five of their last seven at home.
Blackburn to beat Portsmouth –
Portsmouth may have come from behind to beat MK Dons last Saturday, but that was their first win in seven.
Pompey are without a victory in four at Fratton Park and have failed to win any of their three home games against the top six this season.
Blackburn came back from two goals down to draw 2-2 with Oldham last time out and, with just one league defeat in 20, are a generous price to take three points.
Rotherham to beat Oxford –
Rotherham won 2-1 at Scunthorpe last Saturday to move to within a point of the fourth-placed side.
The Millers, who are top of the League One form table, have now won four consecutive matches and are unbeaten in 11.
Oxford were beaten at home to mid-table Bristol Rovers last time out and have now lost four of their last five in all competitions.
Accrington to beat Crewe –
Accrington recorded their seventh victory in eight league games by beating Coventry 2-0 at the Ricoh Arena last weekend.
That run of results has lifted John Coleman’s side to second place in League Two, six points behind leaders Luton with a game in hand.
Crewe picked up their first point in five games on Saturday with a 0-0 draw at home to Yeovil, but have lost 13 of their last 16 away games in all competitions.
Yeovil to beat Barnet –
Yeovil have won five out of seven in all competitions at home, including victories over League One sides Bradford and Fleetwood in the last month.
Darren Way’s side have only been beaten by Manchester United in the FA Cup fourth round and Chesterfield during that sequence.
Barnet have picked up just one point from their last six away games and won one of their last 15 in all competitions on the road.
*Odds subject to change.