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Tuesday’s EFL acca tips and predictions: Leicester visit Millwall, Wrexham host Crawley

Tuesday night's EFL acca offers selections from the Championship, League One and League Two as Leicester, Leeds and Wrexham push for promotion

Twists and turns are coming thick and fast in the Championship so Leicester and Leeds will hope to avoid becoming the latest victim of an arduous run-in on Tuesday.

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Tuesday’s EFL acca

Millwall vs Leicester: Under 2.5 goals

Leeds vs Sunderland: Over 2.5 goals

Southampton vs Coventry: Both teams to score

Bristol Rovers vs Reading: Over 2.5 goals

Wrexham to beat Crawley


Millwall vs Leicester City

You can see why rival fans will be looking at this fixture and thinking Millwall may just do them a favour against the Foxes, but we’re not convinced.

That said, there’s an air of the Millwall of old about their home performances under Neil Harris, which have yielded a pair of 1-0 wins and a battling 1-1 draw.

Maresca’s men have already done enough to seal promotion once this year before throwing it away, and now they’re two clear of Leeds with a game in hand, so it’s there if they want it.

We think this game will play out very similarly to Bristol City and Sunderland, and although the visitors should pinch it, we’ll bet on under 2.5 goals.


Leeds United vs Sunderland

Leeds can’t afford to drop a single point at home, and they may even need to produce five wins from five to seal automatic promotion.

Sunderland look like an easy opponent because they’ve had their injury troubles, and although they’re in poor form, Jack Clarke’s return was a boost.

Even the top sides have had a hard time beating the Black Cats this season and Leeds’ defence is on the decline.

We expect the hosts will find a way to win in such a crucial fixture, but not without the visitors scoring.


Southampton vs Coventry City

Despite an impressive 25-game unbeaten streak across all competitions this season, Southampton find themselves on the outside looking in at the promotion race.

Their games in hand have been rendered irrelevant by a 12-point gap and their below-par record against teams in the top half.

An away win wouldn’t be a surprise but history suggests that both teams scoring is a safe bet, and neither side will settle for a point.

Southampton’s last five home matches have averaged 4.4 goals while there have been over 2.5 goals in 11 of City’s previous 13 away trips.


Bristol Rovers vs Reading

The wheels are off at Bristol Rovers and it’s all going in the bin in the summer. The fans know it, the players know it, and the towel has been thrown in after six blanks in a row.

On the other hand, the Gas played very well and deserved more against Bolton at the weekend, so there are signs of life.

Reading are probably safe so the shackles are off to an extent, but they’d love to make mathematically sure as soon as possible.

Both teams have scored in six of their last seven away from home and over 2.5 goals have been a theme when the Royals play.


Wrexham vs Crawley Town

Wrexham sit on 76 points with four games to go. This game is important as it’s a game in hand over MK Dons, who have 74 points.

The Dons are a point ahead of fourth-placed Mansfield but the Stags have two games in hand and visit Milton Keynes on Saturday.

If Wrexham win and Town do them a favour on Saturday, they’d surely secure their promotion against bottom club Forest Green Rovers at the weekend.

Crawley occupy and fourth and final play-off place with two games in hand so three points here could do it for them and while their away form is ominous, we’ll trust the hosts.

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