Had you placed a £10 stake on Will Rook’s EFL football betting tips for the 2018/19 season, your profit would be:
Birmingham to beat Ipswich
Birmingham seem to be over their five-game losing streak after taking four points from their last two games against second- and third-placed Leeds and Sheffield United respectively.
Garry Monk’s side conceded a cumulative xG of just 1.6 (experimental361) in their last two and in 22-goal Che Adams have a striker who is capable of earning them three points.
Bottom-of-the-league Ipswich have won just one of their last 14 league games and will have their relegation confirmed if they drop points on Saturday.
Swansea to beat QPR
Swansea’s 3-1 win at home to Stoke in midweek was their third straight victory and third consecutive game in which they have scored three.
Graham Potter’s side have conceded just three shots on target in that sequence of dominant displays and should be confident of another against managerless QPR.
The R’s drew 0-0 away to relegation-threatened Millwall on Wednesday and have won just one of their last 13 league games.
Sheffield United to beat Millwall
Sheffield United stayed third following their 1-1 draw away to Birmingham but, back at home, have the perfect opportunity to put pressure on Leeds again.
Chris Wilder’s side have won eight of their last nine league games at Bramall Lane and have the second-best home record in the Championship, below only Norwich who have played a game more.
Millwall twice threw away a lead to lose 3-2 at Leeds last time out on the road and have the fourth-worst travelling record in the division, having won just three of their 20 away games.
Doncaster to beat Plymouth
Doncaster notched their third straight victory at the weekend, beating bottom-of-the-league Bradford to win their first away game of the calendar year.
But it is at the Keepmoat Stadium where they have really impressed, losing just two home games out of 20 this season.
Rovers’ last two home games have been 4-1 and 3-1 victories over relegation-threatened Bristol Rovers and Walsall respectively.
They should ease to another win against struggling Plymouth, whose only away victories this season have come against Peterborough, Southend, Rochdale and Scunthorpe.
Portsmouth to beat Rochdale
Portsmouth kept themselves in the hunt for automatic promotion with their 3-2 victory away to Wycombe last weekend.
That was a fifth victory in six league games for Kenny Jackett’s side, with each of those coming against bottom-half sides.
Rochdale have failed to win any of their eight games against the current top four and have already lost twice to Pompey in the league and cup this season.
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