Had you placed a £10 stake on Will Rook's EFL football betting tips for the 2018/19 season, your profit would be:

Acca: £850

Singles: £216.85


Birmingham to win to nil v Bolton

Bolton lost 2-1 at home to Preston last weekend, meaning they’ve now won one of their last 21 Championship matches and taken just two points from their last seven matches.

The Trotters have only scored 20 league goals this season – the fewest in the division – and have drawn a blank in six of their last 10.

Birmingham have won back-to-back league games following their 4-3 victory away to QPR on Saturday and have kept four clean sheets in their last six matches at St Andrews.

Bristol City to beat QPR

Bristol City beat in-form Blackburn away from home last weekend for their eighth straight victory in all competitions.

Lee Johnson’s side have won their last five games at Ashton Gate and are unbeaten in eight at home, including games against league leaders Norwich and Premier League Huddersfield.

QPR lost their fourth straight league game against Birmingham at the weekend after missing a stoppage-time penalty to rescue a point from being 4-0 down.

The R's are also in FA Cup action at home to Watford on Friday night and, sitting firmly in mid-table, are likely to rest players here.

Hull to win to nil v Rotherham

Rotherham’s 1-1 draw at home to Wigan on Saturday means they have managed just one victory in their last 16 matches in all competitions.

The Millers have failed to score in their last four away games and are the only side in the Championship yet to win on the road this season.

Hull have won each of their last five matches at the KCOM Stadium and have kept five clean sheets in their last six home games.

Doncaster to beat Southend

Doncaster eased to a 3-1 victory over play-off rivals Peterborough on Saturday, recording an xG of 3.4 – the second-highest in the EFL (experimental361).

That was the seventh victory in nine matches in all competitions at the Keepmoat Stadium for Grant McCann’s side, who have the fifth-best home record in League One.

Southend drew 1-1 away to a depleted Charlton side over the weekend to earn their first point in three games, but have won just two of their last eight on the road.

Oldham to beat Yeovil

Oldham ended a four-game winless run over the weekend with a 3-0 victory away to mid-table Crawley.

Back at home, the Latics have won five of their last eight matches in all competitions at Boundary Park, so should get Paul Scholes off to a winning start.

Yeovil were beaten 3-1 by Grimsby last Saturday and have now lost four straight league games.


*Odds subject to change.

Visit Betway's football betting page.