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Expect goals as Crewe and Accrington face off on Tuesday

| 22.03.2011

It’s a game that has provided punters with plenty of excitement in recent match-ups, and when Accrington Stanley travel to Crewe on Tuesday night punters should expect a barrage of goals.

The last three games between the two have produced an incredible 21 goals and backing over 2.5 goals at 4/5 looks the pick of the Tuesday night football betting.

But while Crewe are the 5/4 favourites to beat Accrington, Stanley are League Two’s in-form side over the last six games and considering they have won five of their last seven trips to Crewe, Stanley look incredible value at 21/10 to win.

Although John Coleman’s side will have to keep striker Clayton Donaldson quiet after the Crewe man’s four goals in their last four home games, but while Donaldson looks the bet to score first at 9/2, Stanley can come back from a goal down to take victory.

Burton Albion vs Stevenage Borough

Home advantage has been key in this fixture recently with the last five matches between these two all going the way of the home side and with Burton available at 15/8, there’s plenty of value to be found backing them.

Stevenage are available at 11/8 and are another of League Two’s in-form sides, except they have just one away win to their name in their last four games and Burton’s home advantage makes them a steal at 8/1 to repeat last year’s Conference 2-0 victory.

Torquay United vs Cheltenham Town

Torquay were unbeaten against Cheltenham last season in a year in which they met each other four times and this should be another home win in League Two and Torquay are 8/11 to oblige.

Torquay netted three goals in each of the three wins over Cheltenham last season and a 3-0 win is available at 12/1 which should be preferred over the 3-1 result which is priced at 11/1.

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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.