Our 8/1 BetBull multiple for Friday's Football League action

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Norwich City v Fulham - Over 2.5 goals at 1/2 (1.50) with BetBull

While they may sit just outside the play-off places, only high-flying Newcastle United have scored more goals than Norwich and Fulham in this season’s Championship.

With neither of their defensive records currently ranking with the top 10 in the division, a repeat of October’s 2-2 draw in the reverse fixture could well be on the cards in what looks sure to be a high-scoring encounter.

Millwall v Northampton Town - Millwall to win at 8/13 (1.62) with BetBull

With just four games of the regular League One season remaining, Millwall will be eager to take advantage of home advantage for the penultimate occasion in their efforts to tie up a play-off place.

Having won eight and lost none of their last 11 league games at The Den, Neil Harris’ team will be confident of seeing off a Cobblers team that has taken just five points from the last available 27 on the road.

Bradford City v Oxford United - Bradford to win at 4/5 (1.80) with BetBull

Also looking to make sure of their place in the play-offs, Bradford look well positioned to quash any lingering hopes Oxford United may harbour of squeezing into the top six.

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The Bantams are the only League One team yet to taste defeat on home turf this campaign, while Michael Appleton’s men have won just one of their last six fixtures - losing two of the most recent three.

Stevenage v Morecambe - Stevenage to win at 8/13 (1.62) with BetBull

In League Two, Stevenage will also be hoping to book their place in the play-offs when they take on a Morecambe team with little really to play for as they sit eight points clear of relegation.

Currently enjoying the longest winning streak in the division with eight victories in a row, Darren Sarll’s side should prove far too strong for a Shrimps team that has lost seven and won none of their previous eight matches.

Luton Town v Leyton Orient - Luton to win at 2/9 (1.22) with BetBull

With staff’s wages unpaid and the club teetering on the brink of financial ruin, relegation from League Two looks like almost the least of Leyton Orient’s worries.

Nevertheless, with 10 points separating them from safety at the foot of the Football League, the O’s look set for a 10th defeat in 11 when they travel to promotion-chasing Luton. 


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