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League One Accumulator: Crucial Oldham win a platform for profit

| 19.03.2013

League One provides a number of midweek betting opportunities for punters to sink their teeth into, and we believe we have found a treble to land at odds just shy of 14/1.

Though out of form, we choose Oldham as the foundation of our selections, as they welcome fellow strugglers Hartlepool to Boundary Park.

The Latics, 1/1 to victor, have lost each of their last three games without finding the net, but meet opposition that are both winless and goalless in four.

In four matches against the league’s bottom three sides this term, Oldham have prevailed three times, including against Pools back in November.

And considering that record against lowly outfits this season, the hosts look good to triumph against the league’s third-bottom club here.

Our next pick is Stevenage, who aim to justify 17/10 odds to beat bottom club Bury at Gigg Lane.

The visiting side come into this game on the back of a storming 4-0 success over promotion-chasing Sheffield United, and aim to further build upon an already impressive away record this term.

Eight victories have emerged from Boro’s 18 games on the road, whilst in the Shakers they meet the division’s worst home side.

It should also be noted that the hosts have lost six of their last seven matches, including the last three, so confidence should certainly reside with the visitors in this clash.

And finally, we opt for 7/4 Yeovil to bolster their play-off credentials by seeing off Kevin MacDonald’s Swindon at Huish Park.

Visiting Town have won just one of their last five, with that run including a defeat to rock-bottom Bury.

But the home form of the Glovers has contrastingly been superb of late, unbeaten in their last nine matches on their own patch, winning seven.

Gary Johnson’s men have conceded only six times during this sequence too, and the hosts could shut out the travelling Robins en route to another success.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.



John Klee