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In-form Bury can close the gap on Chesterfield with a win at Torquay

| 15.03.2011

Bury are the strongest team in League Two based on current form and they can close the gap on Chesterfield at the top of the league, and extend their unbeaten run to eight games with a win at home to Torquay United.

Torquay’s 5-0 win over Shrewsbury on Saturday will see them enter the game in plenty of confidence, and because of that result punters can get stuck into Bury at 1/1.

The Shakers last home defeat in the league was back in November while Torquay are winless in their last three away games.

Goals can be expected after the 4-3 win for Bury at Plainmoor earlier this season, and in Ryan Lowe, Bury can boast a striker with 23 league goals to his name and at 4/1 he is a big price to get the first goal.

Oxford United vs Stevenage Borough

The two promoted sides meet for the second time this season and after a 0-0 draw at Broadhall Way, the fans that fill Kassam Stadium may be in for a quiet night,

Except Oxford have won three of their last four games with Stevenage at the Kassam scoring two goals in every win and at 13/10 to win, Oxford are a big price and at 8/1 to win 2-0, punters could be in for a great day.

Stevenage have scored just 10 goals in their last nine games – including a 4-0 win over Cheltenham Town – and with five goalless games in that time, Oxford could be on for a clean sheet.

Accrington Stanley vs Burton Albion

Burton must start winning their games in hand if they are to start pulling away from the relegation zone, but at 11/4 to beat Accrington, the market is siding with the Lancashire club.

Stanley are 1/1 to beat Burton and having lost to Burton just once in the last ten games between the two, Accrington are a big price to take home the three points.

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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.