Don't Speculate: 5 EFL football tips for Tuesday's matches
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Coventry to beat AFC Wimbledon
Coventry went top of League One at the weekend following a goalless draw at Burton.
The Sky Blues are one of just two sides in the division who still have a 100 per cent home record after four games at St Andrew’s.
Wimbledon are without a win after 10 games in all competitions this season and have lost four of four on the road.
Peterborough to beat Tranmere
Peterborough romped to a 6-0 win at home to Rochdale at the weekend to move into the play-off places for the first time this season.
That was a fifth straight victory without conceding in all competitions for Posh in a run that has seen them score three or more goals on three separate occasions.
Tranmere lost 3-0 away to Oxford on Saturday, while their only victory so far this season came against a Bolton side full of youth team players.
Oxford to beat Bolton
Bolton were thumped 6-1 at Rotherham on Saturday in their first league game since signing nine players on transfer deadline day.
The Trotters have now lost each of their last four league games by a margin of five goals and have scored just once themselves.
Oxford ended a five-match winless run with their 3-0 victory over Tranmere at the weekend and should easily have enough to take another three points at the University of Bolton Stadium.
Northampton to beat Stevenage
Stevenage made a poor start to life under caretaker manager Mark Sampson as they were beaten 3-2 at home to Carlisle on Saturday.
That result left them bottom of the table with three points from eight matches and they remain the only side in League Two yet to win this season.
Northampton have beaten promotion hopefuls Newport, Plymouth and Swindon in their last five matches, so they shouldn’t struggle here.
Swindon to beat Colchester
Swindon made it three wins out of three with their 3-0 victory at home to Macclesfield on Saturday.
Richie Wellens’ side have won three of four at the County Ground this season and pose a big threat going forward, with on-loan striker Eoin Doyle bagging six goals in his last four matches.
Colchester have failed to score in back-to-back matches and have won two of their last eight league games.
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