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Tuesday EFL acca tips: Bristol Rovers keep play-off push alive, Reading could frustrate Stevenage

There’s a handful of re-arranged games in Leagues One and Two on Tuesday night and we’ve picked out our favourite bets to form a midweek acca.

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Our midweek EFL acca is currently priced at 12/1 at the time of writing.

EFL Acca

Bristol Rovers to beat Fleetwood

Peterborough to beat Exeter

Reading +1 Asian handicap

Morecambe vs Walsall: Both teams to score

Burton Albion: Double chance


Bristol Rovers vs Fleetwood Town

Bristol Rovers should be flying high after recording back-to-back wins over local rivals Oxford United and Exeter City in the past 10 days.

Fleetwood’s weekend win was their first in 13 and their only wins on the road have come against teams in the relegation zone.

Rovers were unbeaten in 10 at home before their recent wobble but they’re still in the play-off hunt and we’d expect them to dominate this game.



Exeter City vs Peterborough United

Exeter have afforded themselves some breathing space in the relegation battle with back-to-back wins over Bristol Rovers and Barnsley.

However, they’ve since lost at home to the Gas, meaning their only wins at home have come against teams in the bottom four and a seriously out-of-form Wycombe.

Peterborough are the most creative away side in League One and they should have too much for a City team averaging 0.53 goals per game at St James’ Park.



Stevenage vs Reading

You’d be forgiven for looking at the table and thinking this is a routine home win, and it could turn out that way, but Stevenage haven’t been that convincing at home.

They’ve won fewer than half of their home games but remain in the top six on the back of their superb away form.

Reading have lost one in 10 despite encountering six top-half sides including Peterborough, Derby and Oxford twice.



Walsall vs Morecambe

There isn’t much to split Walsall and Morecambe in the League Two table and they have saved their best form for home and away respectively.

Morecambe are capable of running riot at times and they’re just as capable of falling apart.

Midweek games can be short on goals, but both teams are scoring in the vast majority of League Two games and it’s landed in Walsall’s last five, so it’s worth a shot at these odds.



Burton Albion vs Cheltenham Town

Someone knows something we don’t if they think this price is justified. Cheltenham have won two away games so far this season but are favourites to win at Burton.

The hosts have lost five of 15 on home soil and four of those were against sides in the top nine.

Darrell Clarke has turned Cheltenham around after their disastrous record-breaking start to the season, but they’ve won one and six and their best form is reserved for at home.



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