5 tips for Easter Monday's Football League fixtures
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Middlesbrough to beat Burton -
Burton have the worst home record in the Championship, having won just two of their 19 matches at the Pirelli Stadium this season.
The Brewers have managed just one victory and six points from their last 13 league games.
Play-off chasing Middlesbrough have won four and drawn two of their last seven and should easily claim another three points.
Blackburn to beat MK Dons -
Blackburn top the League One form table, having won six and drawn one of their last six matches.
The visitors have lost just one of their last 27 league games and hammered MK Dons 4-1 in the reverse fixture back in August.
Fifth-bottom MK have won just three of their last 13 and have picked up just one point from their three matches against the top three.
Accrington to beat Notts County -
Table toppers Accrington have won eight of their last nine league games and dropped just four points in their last 15.
John Coleman’s side have the equal-best home record in League Two, having won eight on the spin at the Crown Ground.
Notts County’s 3-1 defeat at second-bottom Chesterfield in their last away outing means they have won just one of their last eight on the road.
Coventry to beat Yeovil -
Coventry thrashed Grimsby 4-0 last time out at the Ricoh Arena and have on four matches in a seven-game unbeaten run in the league.
The Sky Blues have the fourth-best home record in the division and have won nine out of 11 on their own patch.
Yeovil beat Colchester in their last away game, but that was only their third away win in 18 this season.
Wycombe to beat Grimsby -
Grimsby’s 0-0 draw with Stevenage last time out extended the longest winless run in the Football League to 19 matches.
The Mariners have earned just six points in that sequence, which stretches back to December.
Third-placed Wycombe are unbeaten in five and should take full advantage.
*Odds subject to change.
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