THERE are 15 matches in England on Friday and it would be great to get the Easter holidays off to a winning start.

My three tips on the Ipswich v Norwich game came up on Thursday – Norwich to win, over 2.5 goals and both teams to score – so hopefully you've got bookies' cash to play with.

Norwich's brilliant 5-1 win should secure them third spot at worst. It's QPR for the title, Cardiff or Norwich for promotion plus Reading and Swansea for the play-offs.

That leaves sixth spot up for grabs and it's building up to be a fascinating battle between the likes of Leeds, Nottingham Forest, Burnley, Hull and Millwall.

Leeds are wobbling and they face a hell of a tough test against a Reading side who have won seven in a row. It looks a tough one to call but the Royals can edge it if they continue their sparkling form. Reading are a best 13-8 with the likes of Ladbrokes and Paddy Power.

It's do or die for Forest and Leicester at the City Ground and I'm looking at a draw no side will fancy.

In League One I'll be all over a Peterborough outfit who still have hopes of automatic promotion. Darren Ferguson's men are up against an Orient side who have hit a brick wall and won just one out of their last six. The away pays 11-8 with Coral.

To complete my treble it's got to be Bury against Lincoln. Alan Knill has made a decent start to managerial life at Scunthorpe but left behind him a good side at Bury who are close to clinching automatic promotion.

Bury have won four in a row since Knill quit while Lincoln have taken just one point from their last six. Ladbrokes and William Hill are among firms who offer 1-2.

Good Friday treble

  • Reading
  • Peterborough
  • Bury
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