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Kingsmeadow the key for AFC Wimbledon in League Two acca

| 19.09.2013

Fresh from tipping a 13/1 winning treble in the midweek Championship fixtures, our man is at it again with this League Two offering.

AFC Wimbledon to beat Burton @ 13/10

Wimbledon were flying on a run of three straight victories before running into the Chesterfield-shaped buffers, which is a common theme in this division at present.

However, punters should not be put off the Wombles, as they have made their home a fortress so far, wining all three league encounters at Kingsmeadow, while Burton are sliding in the opposite direction.

Exeter to beat Newport @ 1/1

The fourth-place Grecians are another side who have been in formidable nick at home in League Two, themselves winning all three assignments at St James’ Park.

While the Devon side don’t get quite as many through the turnstiles as the other English stadium of that name, they can overcome a Newport side who are winless in five games across all competitions.

Bury to beat Southend @ 6/5

After successive narrow defeats on the road against sides around the play-off spots, the Shakers will be delighted to turn out at Gigg Lane again.

Bury have only dropped points against early pacesetters Chesterfield on their own turf, while winning their other home games convincingly, while Southend arrive in the doldrums after four straight League Two defeats.

Mansfield to beat Northampton @ 1/1

Mansfield have been on an upward curve ever since tasting defeat on the opening day, going unbeaten in six league games ever since, winning three times.

Conversely, the Cobblers have been all at sea this season, faring particularly badly on their travels, losing all three without registering a single goal as yet.

A successful accumulator pays out at around 20/1.

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

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Christian Crowther

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