Don't Speculate: 5 football tips from Saturday's EFL games
From 4pm on Friday, we will be boosting this accumulator that includes football tips from the Championship, League One and League Two.
Sheffield United to beat Hull
Hull dropped to within one point of the Championship relegation zone after losing 1-0 at home to Leeds on Tuesday.
The Tigers have lost six of their last eight matches in all competitions, including their last three games away from the KCOM.
Sheffield United have won seven of their last nine league games and are top of the form table after their 2-0 victory over Blackburn on Wednesday.
Swansea to beat Ipswich
Ipswich’s search for a first victory under manager Paul Hurst continues after they were beaten 2-0 at home to Middlesbrough.
The Tractor Boys are one of just three sides in the EFL yet to win a game this season and they have earned just one point from their five matches away from home.
Swansea followed a 3-0 home win over QPR with a 0-0 draw at Wigan in midweek and have lost just two of their 11 games so far.
Portsmouth to beat Gillingham
Portsmouth extended their lead at the top of League One to three points against Coventry on Tuesday with their eighth victory in an unbeaten start to the season.
Pompey boast the second-best xG in the division and, with an attack featuring Ronan Curtis and Brett Pitman, who have scored 10 goals between them, they should have another profitable day.
Gillingham were beaten 4-0 by Portsmouth last month in the EFL Trophy and are currently on a 10-match winless run in all competitions, having lost seven of those.
Crawley to beat Cambridge
Cambridge dropped to 23rd in League Two following a 3-1 defeat at home to Forest Green on Tuesday.
That result followed a 4-2 loss to Newport – a game in which they had gone 2-0 up – and they have now picked up just one point in their last five league games.
Crawley have won their last three league games at home, including a 3-1 victory over in-form Yeovil last weekend, so represent great value.
MK Dons to beat Cheltenham
MK Dons come into this fixture on the back of 2-0 win at Port Vale in midweek that made it three games without defeat.
Paul Tisdale’s side are yet to lose any of their five games at Stadium MK this season and can rely on in-form strikers Chuks Aneke and Kieran Agard, who have scored eight of the club’s last 10 goals.
Cheltenham needed a stoppage-time equaliser to earn a point at home to strugglers Morecambe in their last match and are without a win in four.
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