Only a few limited tips coming out of the Football League for tonight’s games, nevertheless I’ve studied the fixtures and compiled a single accumulator that you may well taking a punt on. Find it below.

Rotherham vs Derby – AWAY WIN

Both sides have been on good form, but with Bournemouth slipping up on the weekend the Rams will see this as a fixture to capitilise on the Cherries defeat. McClaren’s men will be fired up following their defeat in the FA Cup so I can see them returning to winning ways in this fixture.

Reading vs Wigan – HOME WIN

The mood at the Madejski is one of optimism and excitement following their progression into the FA Cup 1/4 finals on Saturday, and the Royals face lowly Wigan at the Madejski. Steve Clarke’s men have lost only one in both the last four games and the last four at home. The Latics continue to be in disarray and are currently 9 points from safety, so a chance for the Royals to progress up the table and one I can see them taking.

Bristol City vs Peterborough – OVER 2.5 Goals

City will be looking to avenge their defeat on the weekend against Peterborough and could go seven points clear at the top with the right result. A combination of this and both teams featuring in high scoring games of late means I can see their being 3 or more scored at Ashton Gate tonight.

Notts County vs Sheffield United – BTTS YES

Both sides won on the weekend and will be looking to extend this run of form tonight. County ended a winless run of 3 whereas United beat table toppers Bristol City. Both will be confident coming into this game, and the last six between these two teams have seen both score.

Mansfield vs Luton – AWAY WIN

This is probably my most dubious selection. The hosts have an injury ravaged squad, and Luton know that a win will take them back into the top three. Luton have drawn 5 of their last 7 however, so if you’re not feeling brave perhaps a double chance on the away side/draw may be a safer bet, obviously with slashed odds.

This five fold acca comes in at just under 32/1 with our betting partner William Hill.

 

 


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