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Football accumulator tips: No seaside cheer for relegated Rams

| 28.04.2022
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Saturday’s football accumulator tips from the EFL

It is the last day of the regular season in League One and the penultimate weekend in the other two EFL divisions as we pick some more football accumulator tips for Saturday.

Promotion and relegation issues are on the line on what promises to be a thrilling day of action across all three leagues.

Blackpool v Derby

Derby’s points deduction proved too much to overcome as they were relegated but their away form has also been a contributing factor, having seemed at one stage as if they could get out of trouble.

The Rams have only won twice on their travels this season and have lost their last nine away games so Blackpool look good value for a home win at 20/23.

They have won eight and lost just one of their 10 home matches against bottom-half teams and are in decent form with seven points from their last three games.

Millwall v Peterborough

Millwall’s form in the second half of the season has given them an outside chance of sneaking into the play-offs and they will be keen to keep the pressure on the teams above them in case they slip up.

A home game against Peterborough looks the perfect opportunity to do so, with only one of Millwall’s home defeats coming against a team below them in the Championship table.

Peterborough are already down after losing 16 times on their travels so a home win at The Den will be a popular pick for football accumulator tips this weekend at 8/15.

Morecambe v Sunderland

Both of these teams have something to play for on the final day of the regular season in League One.

Morecambe need a win to guarantee survival but have more than likely done enough already as they start the day in 19th place, two points clear of Fleetwood and Gillingham who would both need to win to put the Shrimps in danger.

Scores elsewhere could take the pressure off Morecambe and play into the hands of Sunderland, who need a win to guarantee a play-off place.

Having gone 12 matches unbeaten thanks to a late equaliser against Rotherham on Tuesday, the Black Cats are fancied to extend their season with a victory at 3/4, especially having thrashed Morecambe 5-0 in December.

Sutton v Bradford

Bradford began the season as one of the League Two title favourites but it has been another campaign to forget and they are set to end it closer to the relegation places than the play-offs.

Their only win in the last seven matches came at home to relegated Scunthorpe last week and manager Mark Hughes faces a big job this summer.

In-form Sutton, on the other hand, sit seventh and can secure a play-off place with a win at 10/11 if Swindon fail to beat Barrow.

Tranmere v Oldham

Oldham’s problems have been well documented this week after they became the first team to drop out of the Football League having played in the Premier League.

The Latics have lost their last four games and that is likely to extend to five matches when they head west to Prenton Park.

Tranmere are relying on the teams above them dropping points to snatch an unlikely play-off place but should do their bit at least by winning at 8/11.

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Andrew McDermott

Andrew is a sports betting content journalist at PA Media. He is a lifelong Huddersfield Town fan but when he isn't reminiscing about their Premier League days he is also a junior cricket coach and enjoys cycling.