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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: £810

Singles: £217.60

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Brentford to beat Hull

Brentford recorded their sixth home victory in seven matches and fourth league win in five as they beat Aston Villa 1-0 last week.

The Bees restricted the visitors, who have scored the fourth-most goals in the Championship, to an xG of just 0.5 (experimental361) during that match, indicating they are performing at both ends of the pitch.

Hull have lost three and drawn one of their last four away games, failing to score in their last two against Blackburn and Derby.

Plymouth to beat Rochdale

Plymouth have pulled five points clear of the League One relegation zone having won five and lost just one of their last nine league games.

The Pilgrims have dropped two points in their last four matches at Home Park, and can be confident of another victory against a side whose form has seen them slide in the opposite direction.

Rochdale conceded a last-minute penalty to lose 4-3 at home to bottom-of-the-league Wimbledon in midweek, which was their eighth defeat in their last 10 matches in all competitions.

Barnsley to beat Portsmouth

Barnsley are currently on a 13-match unbeaten run in League One stretching back to mid-December. They’ve won nine of those matches, and are currently four points clear of the play-offs.

The Tykes overtook Portsmouth during that run, having already taken points off their hosts as well as other promotion rivals Luton and Charlton.

They could welcome back top scorer Kieffer Moore at Fratton Park who, along with Cauley Woodrow, forms part of the best strike partnership in the division, netting 29 goals between them.

Pompey were held to a 1-1 draw by relegation threatened Bristol Rovers in midweek, giving away two penalties, and are winless in their last seven league games.

Bury to beat Oldham

Bury come into this top of the League Two form table, having dropped just four points in their last eight matches.

The Shakers have played fellow promotion hopefuls Lincoln, Forest Green and MK Dons in that run and are the only side in the top four leagues yet to lose in any competition this calendar year.

They also have the best home record in the division, having won 10 and lost just one of their 16 league games at Gigg Lane.

Oldham have lost three of their last four away games in all competitions and were beaten for the first time under new manager Paul Scholes in midweek, losing 2-1 at home to fourth-bottom Morecambe.

MK Dons to beat Newport

MK Dons are showing signs that they have overcome a spell of poor form that saw them slip to fourth in the table by winning back-to-back matches in League Two.

Those victories came away to play-off chasing Carlisle and this weekend’s opponents Newport in a rearranged match.

Having won five of their last eight at Stadium MK, they should be confident of completing a league double.

Newport won 4-1 at bottom-of-the-league Notts County on Tuesday evening, but had lost seven straight league away games prior to that.

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