5 tips for Tuesday's Football League action
This 25/1 accumulator, which includes midweek picks from the Championship and League One, represents great value.
Brentford to beat Birmingham –
Birmingham have the second-worst away record in the Championship, having won just two of their 16 games on the road this season.
The Blues’ 1-0 loss against Millwall last weekend made it three consecutive defeats in all competitions, a streak that is likely to continue on Tuesday.
Brentford won 2-0 at Sunderland on Saturday and have won four of their seven games against the bottom six this season.
Sheffield Wednesday to win or draw v Millwall –
Sheffield Wednesday have drawn their last four away matches, scoring just one goal in the process.
But the Owls have lost just one of their last 10 in all competitions, after drawing 0-0 with Swansea last weekend.
Millwall won 1-0 at Birmingham last time out, but have drawn their last four matches at the Den.
Sheffield United to beat QPR –
QPR have the fourth-worst away record in the Championship, have taken just 11 points from 16 games on the road this season.
The R’s were beaten 2-1 by Wolves in their last away game, which made it three defeats in their last four away matches,
Sheffield United should make it two league wins in two, after beating Leeds last time out.
Bolton to beat Sunderland –
Bolton have won three of their last five league games at the Macron Stadium and lost just once in 11.
The Trotters came back from a goal down to claim a point against Fulham the week before last and are a generous price for three points here.
Sunderland have lost five of their last seven matches, while manager Chris Coleman told recently told Sky Sports that he was concerned at the lack of fight from his players.
Gillingham to win or draw v Shrewsbury –
Gillingham’s only defeat in their last 11 league games was to league leaders Wigan, while they have won four of their last five on the road.
Shrewsbury were beaten 1-0 by Plymouth last time out at the New Meadow and have lost back-to-back league games at home for the first time this season.
Paul Hurst’s side have won just one of their last six games on home turf in all competitions.
*Odds subject to change.