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League Two’s pacesetters set for comfortable win on Tuesday

| 22.11.2010

Chesterfield and Oxford will go head to head for the first time in ten years on Tuesday, but throughout history Oxford have struggled for wins in Chesterfield.

Chesterfield’s 13 home games against Oxford have ended in seven wins and just the one defeat, and the League Two toppers are 8/11 to register their eighth home win against Oxford.

Oxford are on a run of five straight defeats and have conceded eleven goals in that run which may suggest the 4/1 available for Oxford to beat Chesterfield is a little short.

Against League Two’s top scoring attack with 28 goals in their nine home games, Oxford’s defence is set for the run-around and Chesterfield can win this game comfortably – a 3-0 home win is priced at 10/1.

Stockport County vs Port Vale

Stockport stifled promotion chasing Shrewsbury last weekend and the Hatters can subject another of League Two’s promotion chasing sides to a stiff test – Stockport are 12/5 to beat Port Vale.

Port Vale are on a run of two wins in eight league games and despite sitting second in League Two, Micky Adams’ side haven’t been at their best since the start of October.

In the eight games that these two sides have contested since the turn of the Millennium, four of them have ended in draws and at 12/5, the draw is the value in the market.

However in Stockport’s George Donelly and Vale’s Marc Richards, the two teams can boast strikers in form and a 1-1 scoreline is priced at 11/2.

Wycombe Wanderers vs Torquay United

Recovering Torquay head to Wycombe o n the back of six-match unbeaten run, but Wycombe can bring this to an end on Tuesday having only lost three games all season – Wycombe are 1/1 to beat Torquay.

Wycombe missed the chance to strengthen their promotion credentials when losing to Port Vale on Saturday, but Torquay, although back in the play-off zone, should provide no problem for Gary Waddock’s side.

Chesterfield are the banker of the League Two midweek fixtures. See the full League Two football betting odds here.

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Robbie Morris

Robbie studied sports journalism at the University of Gloucestershire, an establishment chosen for its proximity to Cheltenham racecourse, where he was a season ticket holder. Upon graduation, Robbie was a contributor to GolfPunk, a national magazine aimed at ridding golf of its traditionalist image, before joining the news.ladbrokes team.