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League One Acca: Back Orient and Posh to keep on winning

| 23.08.2013

This weekend’s League One action produces some attractive prices, and our four-way accumulator pays just over 15/1 on teams who are all unbeaten this season.

Leyton Orient v Crewe – Leyton Orient @ 5/6

Three wins from three sees Leyton Orient top League One having continued their excellent form from last season, where they lost just two of their last 13 games to finish seventh.

By contrast Crewe’s only points this year have come at Gresty Road and at 5/6 Orient are a good price to win again.

Tranmere v Peterborough – Peterborough @ 11/10

Peterborough bagged 66 goals last season as they suffered relegation to League One, but that was five more than Hull, who finished second.

Winning three from three so far, they face a Tranmere side which has conceded eight times already.

With players like Britt Assombalonga and Tyrone Barnett at Darren Ferguson’s disposal, Peterborough will have too much firepower for Rovers at PrentonPark.

MK Dons v Bristol City – MK Dons @ 21/20

After relegation in May, Bristol City have brought their poor form with them in League One, taking just one point from nine available.

They’ve now gone 12 league games without a win and travel to an MK Dons side unbeaten so far.

The Dons lost just six times last season whilst keeping 12 clean sheets, and will be too strong for a City side that haven’t won an away game since November last year.

Rotherham v Shrewsbury – Rotherham @ 10/11

Rotherham have made a decent fist to life in League One following promotion in May, and are unbeaten thus far.

They host a Shrewsbury side which picked up only four wins on the road last season, and their only away match this year saw them thumped 3-0 at Leyton Orient.

The Millers have lost just one in their last nine at the New York stadium, and Town’s travel woes will cost them here.


A £10 bet returns just over £150


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



Richard Marsh

Richard loves his sport, especially if it involves the sound of tyres screaming around a race track. He's not fussy though and his '90s Premier League nostalgia and knowledge of team nicknames is tough to match.