Don't Speculate: 5 EFL football tips for Wednesday's matches
Back our 24/1 accumulator, which features football tips from the latest round of midweek fixtures in the Championship.
Had you placed a £10 stake on Will Rook's EFL football betting tips for the 2018/19 season, your profit would be:
Birmingham to beat Millwall
Millwall were dragged further into relegation trouble at the weekend as they lost 2-1 away to second-bottom Bolton, who had previously won just two of their last 25 matches.
The Lions have lost four straight league games and managed just one victory in their last 10.
Birmingham aren’t in great form themselves, having lost back-to-back games against Hull and Aston Villa, but are worth backing against one of the league’s flimsiest travellers.
Preston to beat Middlesbrough
This is obviously the oddsmaker in the coupon but, at this price, I have to include it.
Preston notched their fifth straight away victory last weekend, beating Blackburn 1-0, and are unbeaten in their last 10 league games.
That run has seen North End climb to within four points of the play-off places, and they can take advantage of Middlesbrough’s sketchy home form on Wednesday.
Tony Pulis’ side lost 2-1 at home to Brentford last weekend and have won just one of their last five matches in all competitions at the Riverside.
Norwich to beat Hull
Norwich took another step towards the Premier League with their 1-0 victory over Swansea last weekend.
That was the Canaries’ seventh league victory in nine matches and left them four points clear of third-placed Sheffield United.
They have only dropped two points in their last five games at Carrow Road, in a 2-2 draw against the Blades, and should have no issues beating a Hull side that have lost five and drawn one of their last six away games in all competitions.
West Brom to beat Swansea
Swansea’s 1-0 defeat to Norwich was their fourth straight loss away from home, with three of those coming against sides currently in the top six.
That run means Graham Potter’s side have lost three of their last four league games, with their only victory in that sequence coming against second-bottom Bolton.
Managerless West Brom come into this on the back of a 1-1 draw at home to bottom-of-the-league Ipswich but, at close to evens, are worth backing.
The Baggies have been beaten only by second-placed Leeds and third-placed Sheffield United in their last seven league games and are good enough to get back to winning ways here.
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