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Daily Betting Tips: 23/02/2024

The English Football League takes centre stage for Friday’s daily betting tips. There are two fixtures in the Sky Bet Championship whilst Wigan Athletic host Cheltenham Town in League One

Daily Betting Tips: 23/02/2024
Daily Betting Tips: 23/02/2024

The English Football League takes centre stage for Friday’s daily betting tips. There are two fixtures in the Sky Bet Championship whilst Wigan Athletic host Cheltenham Town in League One. Today’s match odds come from our online betting partners at Interbet.

Coventry City v Preston North End: Draw - 13/5

Two sides chasing a place in the play-offs meet in Coventry on Friday and neither Coventry City or Preston North End can afford to drop any points. Both clubs are in reasonably good form and we’re struggling to separate them. 

The Sky Blues have lost just one home league game all season whilst Preston have already earned wins against Middlesbrough, Cardiff City and Ipswich Town in February. Only Huddersfield Town have drawn more league games than Coventry City this season and they may have to settle for a share of the spoils again this evening.

Leeds United v Leicester City: Leeds United to win - 21/20

The Championship’s top two meet at Elland Road this evening. Leicester City can move one step closer to an immediate return to the Premier League by opening up a 12-point gap over Leeds United and Southampton whilst a home win will move Leeds United to within six points of the league leaders; this really is a six-pointer in the title race.

Leeds United are in red-hot form, starting 2024 with eight straight wins by an aggregate 19-1 scoreline. Given Leicester City’s commanding lead at the top of the table, they can afford to drop points in the odd game whilst it is a must-win match for Leeds United. We’re giving the home side the nod.

Wigan Athletic v Cheltenham Town: Cheltenham Town to win - 19/10

Mid-table Wigan Athletic host a resurgent Cheltenham Town this evening in another intriguing contest in the English Football League. Cheltenham Town looked dead and buried earlier in the season, losing their first eleven matches without scoring a single goal. 

However, their form since mid-October stands up against almost every team in the division and they’ll climb out of the relegation zone with three points at the DW Stadium. Cheltenham Town are eyeing a fourth straight win and we gully expect them to clinch it.