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Saturday EFL acca tips: Managerless Charlton to extend poor run, goals as Wimbledon face Mansfield

The FA Cup takes centre stage this weekend but there's still plenty of action across Leagues One and Two and football tipster Rhys Tovey is in search of another winning acca.

EFL football pundit Rhys Tovey, who runs his AGF service on Tipstrr, has picked out four bets from EFL Leagues One and Two currently priced around 9/1 at the time of writing.

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EFL Acca

Blackpool to beat Charlton

Bolton to beat Carlisle

Walsall to beat Sutton

Wimbledon vs Mansfield: BTTS


Blackpool vs Charlton Athletic

Fresh off sacking Michael Appleton this week, managerless Charlton Athletic travel to Bloomfield Road to take on the division’s best home side, Blackpool.

The Tangerines have picked up thirty-two points from fifteen matches at home and are in good form going into this match.

They’ve won three of their last four league matches and have won six of their last eight matches in all competitions.

The two games they didn’t win were against Premier League side Nottingham Forest, with both meetings finishing 2-2 after 90 minutes.

Before the extra-time defeat to Nottingham Forest at Bloomfield Road, Blackpool had won seven home games in a row in all competitions.

Whilst Blackpool have been in good form, particularly at home, Charlton have struggled. They’ve lost five of their last six games and not won any of the last twelve.

They’ve had real difficulty keeping clean sheets, managing just four in the thirty-six matches they’ve played in all competitions.

Only one of those clean sheets have been away from home, contributing to their poor away record of just one win on the road so far this campaign.



Carlisle United vs Bolton Wanderers

Bolton travel to Carlisle on Saturday looking to put pressure on the top two in the league, both of whom the Trotters have at least one game in handover. They are in pretty decent form too, having won five of their last six league games.

Their opponents, Carlisle United, are not in good shape coming into this one. They have lost four of their last five, have won just one of their last thirteen league games and have not kept a clean sheet in eleven matches.

This poor run of form has left them just one place off the bottom, ten points from safety.

At home, Carlisle have averaged just one point per game, the second worst in the league with only struggling Fleetwood Town picking up fewer points.

Bolton have been pretty good on the road this season, sitting fifth for points per game away from home, averaging just under two points per game.

They have the best away defence in the league, conceding just eight times, and have won eight of their last twelve matches on their travels.

Those four matches they didn’t win were: a defeat to Leyton Orient in their last away game, who currently sit in tenth in the league, a defeat at top-of-the-table Portsmouth, a draw at sixth-placed Oxford and a draw against Premier League Luton Town in the FA Cup, all four teams being far stronger than Carlisle.



Walsall vs Sutton United

Walsall come into this fixture in good form, winning three of their last four matches in the league.

They have lost their last two games, but they were away at top-of-the-table Stockport and away at Championship Southampton in the FA Cup, neither result being anything to worry about

Before those two defeats, they had won six from seven matches, including impressive home wins, each by a two-goal margin, against Wrexham and Crewe, as well as thrashing Grimsby 6-1 away from home.

They are coming into this match on a four-game winning streak at home and have only suffered two defeats at home all season, against Harrogate, who are the third-best side away from home in the division and against AFC Wimbledon, who are the fifth-best.

The visitors on Saturday are struggling Sutton United who are currently stuck in the relegation zone, five points from safety. The away side’s form makes for very strange reading.

Despite their lowly position in the table, they have only lost three of their last twelve in the league, which looks pretty impressive on the face of it.

But they’ve only won two of those twelve and one of those defeats was a humiliating 8-0 loss at Stockport.

Despite not losing too many matches recently, their away record is extremely poor. No side has picked up fewer points away from home than Sutton’s six from thirteen matches.

They have only won once in their last fourteen away games and lost ten of those, leaving them with an away record of two wins, three draws and twelve defeats this season.



AFC Wimbledon vs Mansfield Town

AFC Wimbledon have only failed to score twice at home in the league this season, as well as keeping a clean sheet just twice.

The forty-four goals scored at The Cherry Red Records Stadium, an average of 3.67 goals per game, is the third highest in the division, with only games at Notts County and Wrexham seeing more goals.

Mansfield have scored in every away game they’ve played and kept just three clean sheets in those games.

Their away games have seen an average of 3.07 goals per game and have also seen this bet come in during the first half 43% of the time.

With 67% of AFC Wimbledon’s home games and 79% of Mansfield’s away games seeing this bet win, the percentages seem to heavily favour both teams to score.




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