Don't Speculate: 5 EFL football tips for Saturday's matches
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Sheffield United to beat Bristol City
Sheffield United leapfrogged Leeds into second place with a 1-0 victory at Elland Road before the international break.
That was the Blades 10th game without defeat and seventh straight clean sheet, while they have won eight on the spin at Bramall Lane.
Bristol City are on a six-match winless run and come into this on the back of a 1-1 draw at home to bottom club Ipswich.
Charlton to beat Bradford City
Bradford’s 4-1 home defeat to Blackpool last weekend left them six points from safety with just seven games remaining in League One.
The Bantams have lost five of their last six matches and won just one in nine, failing to score in five of those.
It is difficult to see a way back for Gary Bowyer’s side and a trip to promotion-chasing Charlton, who have dropped just eight points in 13 unbeaten league games at The Valley, is not what they need.
Gillingham to beat Rochdale
Gillingham broke into the top half last weekend after coming from behind to win 4-2 away at in-form Wimbledon.
That victory followed a 2-2 draw away to league leaders Luton and was their fourth win in five matches against bottom-half sides.
Third-bottom Rochdale are in decent form themselves, having picked up seven points from three games since Keith Hill was sacked, but none of those have been away from Spotland.
They have lost five of their last six matches on the road, so a home win represents great value here.
Bury to beat Swindon
Bury extended their unbeaten run to 14 league games with a 0-0 draw away to Grimsby last Saturday, despite generating an xG of 1.3 compared to the hosts’ 0.3 (experimental361).
Back at Gigg Lane, where the Shakers have dropped just six points in a 13-game unbeaten run, they should be expected to beat inconsistent visitors.
Swindon beat Morecambe 4-0 last weekend, but have lost back-to-back away games against fellow play-off chasers Stevenage and Carlisle.
Tranmere to beat Carlisle
Tranmere are the form team in League Two, having dropped just two points in their last eight matches.
Micky Mellon’s side have won 12 and lost just three of their 19 league games at Prenton Park and have the fourth-best home record in the division.
They are great value to beat a Carlisle side that have won just one of their last nine matches, picking up the third-fewest points of any team in the division in that period.
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