Don't Speculate: 5 EFL football tips for Easter Monday's games
Back our 22/1 Easter Monday football tips from the Championship, League One and League Two.
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Derby to beat QPR
Derby thumped Bolton 4-0 at Pride Park last weekend, with Mason Mount scoring a hat trick.
That was the Rams’ fifth home win in their last eight games and directly followed a 6-1 victory over Rotherham.
QPR are winless in their last 10 away games and have failed to even score in four of their last five on the road.
Sheffield United to beat Hull
Sheffield United have the third-best travelling record in the Championship with just one defeat in their last 12 away from Bramall Lane.
The Blades have kept four clean sheets in their last five matches on the road, dropping just four points in that spell.
Hull’s faint play-off hopes were ended with a 1-0 defeat away to Middlesbrough last Saturday and, with nothing to play for, are unlikely to trouble their visitors.
Charlton to beat Scunthorpe
Charlton secured their play-off spot last time out at home as they beat Luton 3-1 at home, ending the league leaders’ club-record 28-game unbeaten run.
That was the Addicks’ 15th game without defeat at The Valley and 11th victory in that run.
They should cruise past relegation-threatened Scunthorpe, who have taken just two points from their last six matches and are without a win in six away from home.
Bury to beat Northampton
Bury beat Colchester 2-0 in their last game at Gigg Lane, ending a run of three straight defeats, despite players having refused to train in the week before.
The Shakers have the second-best home record in League Two behind Tranmere, having won 13 and lost three of their 21 games at their own ground.
They should go one step closer to promotion with a victory over a Northampton side that have won just one of their last six.
Morecambe to beat Cheltenham
Morecambe have dropped just two points in their last four matches at the Globe Arena, beating promotion chasers Forest Green and MK Dons in that sequence.
The Shrimps have won five and drawn three of their home games against sides currently in the bottom nine.
Cheltenham recorded an xG of just 0.4 (experimental361) in their 1-1 draw at Lincoln in their last away game and had lost six of their previous seven on the road.
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