Had you placed a £10 stake on Will Rook’s EFL football betting tips for the 2018/19 season, your profit would be:
Bristol City to beat Bolton
Bolton’s 5-2 victory over League One Walsall in the FA Cup last weekend can’t disguise their dreadful form in the Championship, where they have just one of their last 16 games.
Phil Parkinson’s side were pumped 6-0 at Hull last time out, and they have scored just 17 goals this season – four fewer than any other side.
Their goalscoring woes won’t have been helped by on-loan striker Christian Doidge returning to Forest Green.
Bristol City are unbeaten in nine matches in all competitions and have won their last three, most recently against Premier League Huddersfield in the cup last weekend.
Peterborough to beat Rochdale
Rochdale lost 4-2 to Manchester City Under-21s in the EFL Trophy in midweek, the fourth match in succession where they have conceded four goals.
Dale have lost their last three league games by an aggregate score of 13-0 and their task is even harder after letting go of key players Harrison McGahey and Andy Cannon.
Peterborough come into this on the back of a 2-0 loss to Scunthorpe in the league, but that was their only defeat in eight at the ABAX Stadium and I’m happy to side with them at even money.
Doncaster to beat Wycombe
Doncaster return to league duty fresh from knocking Championship Preston out of the FA Cup last weekend.
That was Rovers’ ninth victory in their last 11 matches in all competitions – a run that has seen them win by three or more goals against strugglers Rochdale, Scunthorpe and Bristol Rovers.
Wycombe’s 2-0 defeat at home to Coventry was their fourth straight defeat and fifth without victory.
Exeter to beat Morecambe
Exeter showed they are capable of getting a result without now-departed top scorer Jayden Stockley by beating Swindon 2-0 on New Year’s Day.
That was the Grecians’ fourth victory in five league matches, having recovered from an eight-game winless slump last month that saw them drop out of the play-off spots.
Morecambe have lost four and drawn one of their last five matches away from the Globe Arena, including a 1-0 defeat at National League Halifax in the FA Cup in November, so look unlikely to offer much resistance.
Mansfield to beat Yeovil
Yeovil dropped to third-bottom in League Two following a 1-0 defeat at home to Bury last weekend, which extended their winless run to 10 matches.
The Glovers have beaten only Carlisle in their last 18 league games and have failed to even score in five of their last nine matches.
Mansfield had gone 17 league games without losing prior to their 3-2 defeat at Carlisle last weekend. They have dropped just two points in their last five matches at the One Call Stadium, however, and should get back to winning ways.
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