Don't Speculate: 5 EFL football tips for Boxing Day
Back this 20/1 accumulator, featuring festive football tips from the Championship, League One and League Two.
Had you placed a £10 stake on Will Rook's EFL football betting tips for the 2018/19 season, your profit would be:
Leeds to beat Blackburn
Leeds have the best home record in the Championship, having won seven and drawn three of their opening 11 league games at Elland Road.
Marcelo Bielsa’s side have won six on the spin overall and show no sign of slowing, despite a dynamic playing style that has seen them dominate games and rattle off the most shots in the division.
Blackburn are winless in their last five matches on the road, while their only league victory in seven came against out-of-form Sheffield Wednesday.
QPR to beat Ipswich
QPR beat high fliers Middlesbrough 2-1 in their last match at Loftus Road and are an enticing price to make it two victories from two against hapless opponents.
The R’s have won four of their last five matches at home and are helped by an in-form Nahki Wells, who has scored four goals in his last six appearances for the club.
Bottom-of-the-league Ipswich have the third-worst defence in the Championship, having conceded 38 goals, and have earned only one point in their last five away games.
Charlton to beat Coventry
Coventry have lost seven games in an nine-match winless run and haven’t kept a clean sheet in 12 matches in all competitions.
That dismal run has seen the Sky Blues, who have failed to win any of their four games against the current top five, slip into the bottom half of the table.
Charlton have won seven of their last eight league games and, in Lyle Taylor and Karlan Grant, have a strikeforce that has netted 24 goals between them. Expect them to punish their hosts.
Luton to beat Scunthorpe
Luton are the standout team in League One at the moment, having dropped just two points in their last 10 matches.
That Hatters are the top scorers in the division with 45 goals and can run riot against the worst defence.
Scunthorpe have shipped 49 goals so far and have lost 10 of their last 12 league games, while also failing to score in their last four.
Colchester to beat Stevenage
Colchester have the second-best home record in League Two, behind unbeaten MK Dons, with their form at the Weston Homes Community Stadium keeping them in the hunt for automatic promotion.
The U’s are unbeaten in seven matches in all competitions at home, having won six of those, and have lost just twice in 11 league games.
Stevenage have lost six of their last eight matches on the road, beating only lowly Cheltenham in that sequence.
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