Back our 48/1 Saturday football tips from the Championship, League One and League Two.
Had you placed a £10 stake on Will Rook’s EFL football betting tips for the 2018/19 season, your profit would be:
Swansea to beat Hull
Swansea have won five of their last six league games to move within five points of the play-off places with three to play.
Graham Potter’s side have won their last four at the Liberty Stadium as part of that sequence, scoring three or more in each of those games.
Hull are currently on a three-match losing streak and have lost seven of their last eight matches away from the KCOM Stadium, with their only victory coming at bottom-of-the-league Ipswich.
AFC Wimbledon to beat Wycombe
Wimbledon kept their survival hopes alive with a stoppage-time equaliser away to league-leaders Luton in midweek – only the seventh time in 22 games the Hatters have dropped points at Kenilworth Road this season.
That result means Wally Downes’ side are just one point off safety and, although it was their fourth straight draw, they have lost just one of their last 10 matches.
Wycombe have lost six of their last seven away games and, prior to victories over fellow strugglers Walsall and Southend in the last fortnight, had picked up just one point in their previous 10 matches.
Charlton to beat Gillingham
Charlton showed no signs of slowing up on Easter Monday by hammering Scunthorpe 4-0 at The Valley, despite having already secured their play-off spot.
The Addicks have won five of their last six league games, including a club-record run-ending victory over Luton a fortnight ago. They’ve won 16 of their 22 games against bottom-half sides, losing just once.
They are great value to beat Gillingham, who have nothing to play for after all but securing their League One status following a drab 1-1 draw away to already-relegated Bradford.
Peterborough to beat Walsall
Second-bottom Walsall are four points from safety following their 1-0 defeat at fellow strugglers Wycombe on Easter Monday.
The Saddlers have picked up just one point in their last eight league games – the joint-worst form in League One along with rock-bottom Bradford.
Peterborough narrowed the gap between themselves and sixth-placed Doncaster to three points following their stoppage-time equaliser at home to Sunderland on Monday and are unbeaten in five.
Northampton to beat Yeovil
Second-bottom Yeovil surrendered a one-goal lead at home to Colchester on Monday, despite playing the final 35 minutes against 10 men.
The Glovers have picked up just two points in their last nine league games and have lost eight of their last nine away.
Their relegation could be confirmed with defeat on Saturday and Northampton, who beat third-bottom Macclesfield at Sixfields on Good Friday, should ensure this pick comes in.
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