Don't Speculate: 5 EFL football tips for Tuesday's games
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Middlesbrough to beat Wigan
Wigan were comfortably beaten 2-0 at home by Leeds at the weekend.
They have lost three games on the spin without scoring in any of them and have managed just one victory in their last 23 away matches.
Middlesbrough have had a tough start themselves, earning just one point from three league matches, but they are worth backing at even money.
Ipswich to beat AFC Wimbledon
Wimbledon drew 1-1 at home to Accrington last weekend, despite the visitors playing the last 29 minutes with 10 men.
That was the Dons’ first point of the season having lost their opening two matches against Rotherham and Fleetwood.
Ipswich have won one and drawn two so far. They were unfortunate not to beat Sunderland at home last time out, having finished the game with an xG of 3.0 (experimental361).
Fleetwood to beat Wycombe
Wycombe could only draw 0-0 with winless Bristol Rovers 10 days ago in their only away game so far this season.
That result means the Chairboys have taken just four points from their last nine league games on the road.
Fleetwood were beaten by a stoppage-time own goal at Doncaster on Saturday, but had won their previous two and should bounce back here.
Mansfield to beat Leyton Orient
Orient were held to a 0-0 draw at home to Stevenage on Saturday, their third game without a win in all competitions.
The O’s have scored just once in four matches this season and will struggle to contain a potent Mansfield side.
The Stags are unbeaten in all competitions after winning 2-0 away to Carlisle at the weekend, and have scored two goals in all of their four matches so far.
Plymouth to beat Salford
Plymouth have won three games out of four in all competitions this season, conceding just one goal.
The Pilgrims currently have a 100 per cent record at Home Park, having beaten Colchester and Leyton Orient.
Salford haven't won since the opening day and had to rely on a stoppage-time equaliser to earn a point at home to winless Port Vale on Saturday.
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