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David Prutton’s Sky Bet EFL predictions

Who is this weekend being tipped for success in the Sky Bet EFL by David Prutton? Learn here…
Now this should be a affair! MK Dons are back in League One and making a decent fist of it was relegated a couple seasons back in fashion that is fairly dismal.
AFC Wimbledon, as I’ve said previously, enjoyed a survival last year and are set for another period of battle. These two have already met from the Carabao Cup where MK cut it. I think they can win this one.
Prutton predicts: 2-1 (15/2 with Sky Bet)
Both of these sides may be in a bit of a position due to their lack of matches thus far. Each facet has played four, which explains the reason why they find themselves in mid-table.
Doncaster are under Darren Moore, who’s had a beginning despite the loss of several players in the summer – . Rotherham are readjusting for the degree and you’d expect them to put up a decent marketing barrier under Paul Warne. Score attraction .
Prutton predicts: 2-2 (12/1 with Sky Bet)
Three wins at home – or at their temporary house! – and three draws on the street for Coventry far. Therefore that the form guide would indicate this should be three factors to get Mark Robins’ facet.
This is by far their toughest challenge at St Andrew’s. Blackpool are unbeaten, but have drawn their final three. I elaborate them to edge this one.
Prutton forecasts: 1-2 (12/1 with Sky Bet)
Just like Coventry, Wycombe have won their home games so far this season and attracted on every match on the road. This, however, can also be their biggest challenge, having confronted Southend Bolton along with MK Dons in Adams Park.
Lincoln have enjoyed a fantastic start to the season and go to the weekend at second from the table. The Cowley brothers have once again been connected with another move this week and, at minimum, their trainings could well have unsettled. Home win for me.
Prutton predicts: 2-1 (9/1 with Sky Bet)
Carlisle got their first win since the opening day last weekend, to lift them away from the relegation places and ease a little bit of the strain of Steven Pressley. Those 3 points did come from Scunthorpe, however, who’ve been dreadful up to now.
Exeter and advertising from League Two are flirting for quite a lengthy time, and they’ve experienced a strong start this season. They are high in unbeaten along with the league so far and I really don’t see that shifting.
Prutton forecasts: 1-3 (22/1 with Sky Bet)
It’s become a steady start for Cheltenham’s epitome. 2 wins, two draws, two beats, sitting 11th at the table and construction well beneath Michael Duff.
Stevenage scored some goals last weekend, so getting their first two of the year, but then they couldn’t interpret that into three points. Home triumph for me.
Prutton predicts: 1-0 (11/2 with Sky Bet)
David Flitcroft was last year after Mansfield didn’t win promotion and then fell from the play-off semi-finals, so their start to the season doesn’t bode well for manager John Dempster.
This might be a fantastic chance for him going, contrary to a facet that are currently leaking goals and can’t purchase a result. Draw for me personally.
Prutton predicts: 1-1 (11/2 with Sky Bet)
Newport have been on an incredible run. It’s 16 games unbeaten for them and they look effective at building a marketing challenge this season, in regular season games.
Port Vale have picked two points thus far and it seems like they will have a effort compared to their last couple under John Askey. But Newport ought to have too much for them.
Prutton forecasts: 2-0 (17/2 with Sky Bet)

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