Peterborough boss Grant McCann

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Catherine Ivill – AMA

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Peterborough boss Grant McCann

Catherine Ivill – AMA

Free football tips, best bets and analysis for Saturday’s EFL matches.

When to bet

3pm Saturday

Best bets

2pts 7-5 bet365

Oxford draw no bet
2pts 5-4 bet365

Bristol Rovers draw no bet
2pts 11-10 general

Bradford or draw double chance
2pts 13-20 Hills

Wycombe v Peterborough

Another fascinating League One promotion tussle is shaping up with Plymouth and Ipswich setting a searing pace, but fourth-placed Peterborough have also been piling up points and they look a decent bet to beat injury-hit Wycombe at Adams Park.

The Posh have taken ten points from their last four games but they will be looking to push on as they attempt to reduce the eight-point gap between themselves and second place.

Grant McCann’s men had a positive experience in Buckinghamshire a fortnight ago when winning 3-2 against MK Dons and they seem to be taking on Wycombe at the right time.

Wycombe went into the season with high hopes of mounting a promotion challenge but they have been hampered by injuries to influential players.

Key defender Ryan Tafazolli and midfielders Dominic Gape and Josh Scowen are expected to be among their absentees this weekend, significantly weakening the spine of the team.

Gareth Ainsworth’s side dug out a 1-0 win at Oxford last Saturday despite losing the shot count 30 to six, but their luck could run out this weekend.

Exeter v Oxford

Oxford felt hard done by after playing so well and losing 1-0 to Wycombe last Saturday but they can get their season moving forward by defeating Exeter at St James Park.

Pressure has been mounting on Oxford manager Karl Robinson, who was expected to deliver a promotion push and has instead presided over just three wins in 11 league games.

But Robinson’s team are a lot stronger now that key players Elliott Moore, Marcus Browne and Matty Taylor are back to full fitness and they can register maximum points against Exeter, who delivered a poor performance in Tuesday’s 4-2 loss at Charlton.

Cheltenham v Bristol Rovers

Bristol Rovers have climbed from 21st to 15th in League One after back-to-back victories and their improvement could continue with a victory over Cheltenham at Whaddon Road.

Joey Barton’s side are growing in confidence and were dominant during the second half of Tuesday’s 1-0 success at MK Dons.

They seem to have adjusted successfully to third tier football and can edge past sixth-bottom Cheltenham, who have lost three of their six home league fixtures.

Salford v Bradford

Bradford have won their last three away games and they can enjoy another fruitful road trip when taking on League Two promotion rivals Salford at the Peninsula Stadium.

Mark Hughes’s Bantams have lost just three of 12 league matches this season and they can collect at least a point against the Ammies, who have not won a home game since August.


Plymouth 6-5, Port Vale 5-6, Derby 6-5, Stockport 10-11
£1 acca returns £16.92 with Hills

First scorer

Victor Adeboyejo Burton v Morecambe
at 4-1 Betfred

Victor Adeboyejo has been the standout player for League One strugglers Burton and he can add to his six-goal tally with the opener against Morecambe.

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