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Ian Evatt’s Bolton side are the in-form League One side

Alex Morton

Free football tips, best bets and analysis for Tuesday’s EFL matches.

when to beat

Kick-off from 7:45 p.m. Tuesday

Best bets

Bolt 8 p.m. Tuesday
2pts 19-20 Betfred, Coral, Ladbrokes

Cheltenham or double chance draw 7:45 p.m. Tuesday
1pt 11-10 bet365, Boyle

Oxford Utd and over 2.5 goals 7:45 p.m. Tuesday
1pt 9-5 Hills

Bolton v Lincoln City

Bolton continue to sizzle in Ligue 1 – as short as 16-1 for the promotion having been available at 200-1 six weeks ago – and can expect to be cut again after facing Lincoln City.

The latest reduction in their promotion odds came on Saturday after a consummate 4-0 dismantling of Wimbledon, a seventh victory in nine that saw them roar within reasonable reach of the playoffs.

They have won their last five home games by an aggregate of 16-1 and although Lincoln has had plenty of time to prepare for this – they had a free Saturday thanks to the weather – it has also given them more time. to wallow in the misery of their last outing, a dismal 1-0 home defeat to Doncaster.

Centre-back Joe Walsh was sent off in the loss and is therefore suspended.

Ipswich v Cheltenham

Supporting a team three days after scoring five goals may seem risky, but Cheltenham are well worth siding with Ipswich in League One.

Michael Duff’s men were involved in a remarkable affair at Wycombe at the weekend, taking an early lead, losing 3-1 and 5-3 but snatching a point as Alfie May completed a quadruple.

Once the dust settles, Cheltenham must take this as a good point, especially as they have now lost just one of their last nine games – and that was against league leaders Rotherham.

Good enough in this period to take points over Oxford, Wigan and Sunderland, they will have little fear of the improvers at Ipswich, who are well enough short.

Crewe v Oxford

Oxford United became the first Tier Three side to break the 60-goal barrier on Saturday with a romp at The Valley and can continue their scoreless fireworks display at Crewe.

Since losing 2-0 at Wycombe five weeks ago, the U’s have hit the afterburners, scoring 20 times in just seven outings. The most recent was a 4-0 win at Charlton where Matt Taylor grabbed a brace to make it 16 for the campaign.

Crewe have lost six in a row and still look vulnerable against a side as relentless as Karl Robinson’s men.

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