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Had you placed a £10 stake on Will Rook's EFL football betting tips for the 2018/19 season, your profit would be:

Acca: £910

Singles: £308.55

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Newport to beat Morecambe (15:00)

Newport climbed to seventh in League Two following a 2-0 victory to home to Oldham in midweek.

That was the Exiles’ fourth victory in five and ninth game without defeat, meaning they just need to win to secure a spot in the play-offs.

Morecambe are finishing the season well, winning back-to-back games against Cheltenham and Cambridge, but have won just three of their 13 games against the current top seven this season.

Stevenage to beat Cheltenham (15:00)

Stevenage are one of five clubs competing for seventh place on the final day in League Two and look a decent bet to round the season off with three points.

Dino Maamria’s side have dropped just two points in their last five games, so should be backed at home to opposition with nothing to play for.

Cheltenham were hammered 4-0 at Morecambe in their last away game and have lost seven of their last nine games on the road.

Carlisle to beat Yeovil (15:00)

Bottom-of-the-league Yeovil were relegated to the National League for the first time in 16 years following their 2-2 draw away to Northampton last weekend.

The Glovers have picked up just three points in their last 10 league games – fewer than any other side in League Two.

Carlisle come into this with a chance of nicking a play-off spot and, having won three of their last five in a sequence that includes victories over top two Bury and Lincoln, they should be backed to do their bit.

Barnsley to beat Bristol Rovers (17:30)

Barnsley’s immediate return to the Championship was confirmed following results in midweek and a victory could seal the League One title.

Daniel Stendel’s side have won four on the spin and have beaten bottom-half sides Plymouth, Walsall, Southend and Gillingham in their last six on the road.

Bristol Rovers have nothing to play for, while their only victory in their last nine matches came against bottom-of-the-league Bradford.

Plymouth to beat Scunthorpe (17:30)

Scunthorpe plunged further towards League Two following their 3-2 defeat at home to already-relegated Bradford.

The Iron have won just two points in their last eight league games and have lost six of their last seven matches away from Glanford Park.

Plymouth have only been beaten by Charlton and Barnsley in their last 10 at Home Park, a run that has seen them beat bottom-half sides Walsall, Rochdale and Shrewsbury.

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