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Leeds to beat Hull

Leeds opened up a three-point lead at the top of the Championship following Kemar Roofe's stoppage-time brace, which helped them to a 3-2 victory over Blackburn last time out.

That was their seventh straight victory and seventh game without defeat at Elland Road.

Hull have improved recently and are unbeaten in six, but are likely to be overwhelmed by the best team in the division.

QPR to beat Reading

QPR notched their third straight victory by beating Ipswich 3-0 on Boxing Day, and they are a decent price to make it four against another struggling side.

The R's have won five of their last six matches at Loftus Road and boast in-form Nahki Wells, who has netted five goals in his last seven appearances.

Reading have managed just one away victory this season and are winless in their last eight matches.

Portsmouth to beat Fleetwood

Prior to their shock 2-0 defeat at Gillingham on Boxing Day, Portsmouth were unbeaten on the road in League One.

But Kenny Jackett's side still have the best travelling record in the division. They have accrued 27 points from 12 matches on the road and lost just two of their last 12 league games.

Fleetwood have already lost both of their matches against the top two, while they have failed to beat any side currently in the play-off places.

Wycombe to beat Scunthorpe

Scunthorpe slipped to second-bottom in League One following their 2-0 defeat to Luton on Boxing Day and, given their current state, things are only likely to get worse.

Stuart McCall's side have lost eight straight matches and failed to score in their last seven.

The Iron have conceded 51 goals so far - five more than any other side in the league - as key defenders Cameron Borthwick-Jackson and Rory McArdle continue to play well below their potential.

Wycombe have lost their last two matches, but they won’t need to show much to take three points against the current worst team in the league.

Luton to beat Walsall

Luton are the hottest team in the EFL at the moment, having dropped just two points in their last 11 league matches.

The Hatters, who have the best xG in League One, are the top scorers in the division with 47 goals and have put at least two goals past their last seven opponents.

They should have no trouble against a Walsall side that has conceded eight goals in their last three matches and managed just one victory in their last nine league games.

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