Don't Speculate: 5 EFL football tips for Tuesday's matches
Back our 16/1 accumulator, which features football tips from midweek action in the Championship, League One and League Two.
Had you placed a £10 stake on Will Rook's EFL football betting tips for the 2018/19 season, your profit would be:
Norwich to beat Hull
Norwich stayed top of the Championship as they beat Swansea 4-1 away from home to notch their sixth straight league victory on Saturday.
Daniel Farke’s side have won 10 of their last 12 league games and have already beaten seven of the current bottom 11.
Hull registered an xG of just 0.4 in their 2-0 defeat at home to Nottingham Forest on Saturday and average the third-fewest shots on target in the league, so it is difficult to see how they will trouble their visitors.
Leeds to beat Reading
Reading were fortunate to draw 0-0 at Wigan over the weekend, having conceded an xG of 2.1.
The Royals have taken just seven points from their nine away games this season and have lost all three of their matches against the top six.
Leeds have the second-best home record in the Championship and beat Bristol City 2-0 at Elland Road over the weekend.
Peterborough to beat AFC Wimbledon
Peterborough are unbeaten in four and have lost just one of their last seven matches in all competitions following a 1-1 draw at Coventry on Saturday.
Steve Evans’ side remain the equal-top scorers in League One with 35 goals and, at odds-against, should be backed to beat strugglers AFC Wimbledon, who have conceded two or more goals in six of their last seven league games.
The managerless Dons won 2-1 at Southend at the weekend, but had lost each of their previous eight in League One.
Bury to beat Cheltenham
Bury should justify their relatively short price here, despite their opponents’ four-game winning streak.
Cheltenham have won only two league games in that sequence, with one victory coming against second-bottom Notts County and one against National League Ebbsfleet in the FA Cup.
Bury have won their last three matches at Gigg Lane by an aggregate score of 12-1 and are unbeaten in seven home games in all competitions, so I’m happy to get behind them.
Exeter to beat Macclesfield
Macclesfield won only their second league game of the season last weekend, but they remain bottom of the table and seven points from safety.
The Silkmen have lost 11 and drawn two of their 13 away games in all competitions this season and have the worst travelling record in League Two.
Exeter have won all three of their games against the current bottom four this term and, despite their six-match winless streak, represent good value.
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xG stats courtesy of Experimental361.