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Derby to win v Ipswich – Championship

Over 1.5 goals: Reading v Barnsley – Championship

BTTS ‘yes’: Charlton v Peterborough – League One

Blackpool v Blackburn to win – League One

Odds: 6.5/1* *Odds may vary
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This Tuesday, November 28: EFL Acca has a bit of everything including home wins, away wins, BTTS and over 1.5 goals in the Championship and League One.

Derby put in a great performance on the weekend to turnover a strong Middlesbrough side 3-0 away from home. That is to add to recent scalps QPR and Leeds, which represents the decent form the rams are in. They host an Ipswich side who are without a win in three games and suffered a fairly comfortable 2-0 defeat to Villa on the weekend. Worryingly for them, they didn’t have a single shot on goal. Only six points separates them in the table but with form and home advantage, we’re backing Derby to do the business.

We’re going for a fairly safe over 1.5 goals in the game between Reading and Barnsley. Not a lot separates these two sides; level on points down in the bottom half and only a single goal in goal difference between them. One thing they both exhibit is goals, both for and against. The visitors average over 2.5 goals a game and the hosts just under 2.5 goals. They both have dodgy form and the result is a tricky one to call but over 1.5 goals seems like a certainty.

Blackburn are the form side in League One; four wins and three draws in their last seven games. They have only lost one league game away from home since the opening day of the season loss to Southend. They travel to Blackpool who are seven points below them in the table. The hosts have only won one in their last five and haven’t won at home in their last three home games. Blackburn are great odds to win on the road and we fancy taking that on.

Charlton and Peterborough both love a BTTS. 60% of Peterborough’s games have ended with both teams scoring this season and Charlton aren’t far behind with 56%. Only six points separate the two sides near the top of the table so there isn’t much between them. Peterborough have only failed to score in two of their nine away games and Charlton have scored in all but one of their nine home games. This is looking juicy for a BTTS.

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