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Port Vale regain favouritism after demolishing Stockport 4-0

| 24.11.2010

Port Vale returned to the summit of League Two for the first time since October 9th, after a 4-0 demolition of Stockport and are now 5/2 to win League Two.

Chesterfield lost control of League Two with their second consecutive defeat at their previously unbeaten B2net stadium, and the Spireites are now 7/2 to win League Two as the rest of League Two start to catch the early pacesetters.

A 5-0 romp for Bury away at Lincoln cemented their place in the top three, just two points off the leaders and Alan Knill’s side have been cut to 9/2 to win League Two.

A brace for Ryan Lowe took him to 12 league goals for the season and he is just three goals behind Rotherham’s Adam Le Fondre in the race for the League Two golden boot.

Rotherham slipped to fifth after a draw with relegation candidates Northampton, and Shrewsbury took advantage of Rotherham’s result to move up into fourth after a 4-0 hammering of Hereford.

Shrewsbury were many people’s pick pre-season as potential winners of League Two, and having survived a mini-blip which saw them pick up six points from a possible 18, Graham Turner’s side are now 6/1 to win League Two after starting the season at 12/1.

Having taken 11 points from their last five games, Shrewsbury are most definitely back in the race to win League Two and are only four points off Port Vale.

Wycombe suffered a shock loss at home to Torquay which saw the Gulls leapfrog the Chairboys in the league table, but both teams reside in the play-off spots and are more than capable of producing a challenge for the title.

Wycombe are 9/1 to win League Two while Torquay are available at a staggering 22/1.

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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.