Saturday football accumulator tips: Bolton can secure promotion with victory
Racing Post EFL expert Dan Childs has four to follow this weekend
It is set to be an action-packed final day of the season in both the Championship and League Two and expert EFL tipster Dan Childs has put forward his best selections for an accumulator.
This week Dan has picked:
QPR to beat Luton
Bolton to beat Crawley
Blackburn to beat Birmingham
Carlisle to beat Walsall
All matches kick off at 3pm on Saturday.
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QPR v Luton
QPR were outclassed by champions Norwich in their last home game but they are still finishing the season strongly with eight wins in their last 13. Loan star Charlie Austin got them back on track in a 2-0 win at Stoke and they can see off Luton, who have scored just 15 goals in 22 away games.
Crawley v Bolton
Bolton looked nervous during last Saturday's 2-1 loss at home to Exeter but they have another opportunity to clinch automatic promotion and are unlikely to let it pass them by. Crawley are making progress under John Yems but the absence of banned striker Tom Nicholls leaves them short in attack.
Blackburn v Birmingham
Blackburn recorded an emphatic 5-2 win over Huddersfield in their previous home game and can conclude the Championship season with maximum points against Birmingham, who were blown away by Cardiff last time out.
Carlisle v Walsall
Finishing outside the playoffs is a disappointment for Carlisle but they have had a promising season and can wrap it up with a win over Walsall. A major summer rebuild looks necessary for struggling Walsall, who are guaranteed to register their lowest finish in the EFL's fourth tier.
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