I really do adore some midweek EFL activity, and also this acca will be the ideal complement for it.
Let us begin in League One, where I have Ipswich beating AFC Wimbledon. The Dons are somewhat tricky to conquer when travelling, but with just one point from their opening three league experiences, it is shaping up to become another catchy season for Wally Downes’ side.
Town, who have made a reasonably steady beginning, will enhance their chances in the home Tuesday, particularly after battering Sunderland (albeit emerging with just a point) in Portman Road a couple of weeks ago.
That can be where Ipswich’s season actually sets sail.
I’ve got two well-priced selections in League Two next, beginning with Plymouth to conquer Salford at Home Park.
Much was due to Salford this season, however after beating a poor Stevenage side on the opening day, they’ve massively Agree to deceive — that is why I’m confident they will lose from a great Pilgrims outfit.
Ryan Lowe’s men did lose to Newport at Rodney Parade (a notoriously tough place to go) over the weekend, but they’ve as much quality, and 6/4 seems too long to get a side as good as these to beat Salford at home.
Swindon have made a red-hot start to the season under the highly-rated Richie Wellens, plus they ought to have more than enough to oust a very poor Northampton side. The Robins play a few great, stuff, have seven points from their opening and are sure to be big players in the promotion race ahead of time.
As for the Cobblers, they have just 1 point from their opening three months, and in my view, do not stand a shot on Tuesday.
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