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Wins for Bradford and Wolves in our 8/1 League One Acca

| 26.09.2013

With the weekend fast approaching, Ladbrokes have put together a fourfold League 1 accumulator paying just over 8/1, including home wins for Bradford, MK Dons and Wolves against struggling opposition!


Bradford v Shrewsbury – Bradford to win @ 8/11

Bradford sit in sixth place in League One with just one defeat from their opening eight matches.

The Bantams have been particularly strong at home, turning Valley Parade into something of a fortress this season; picking up 10 points from 12 available whilst allowing just two goals to be conceded.

In contrast, visitors Shrewsbury have won just once this term, and are yet to pick up a victory away from home, conceding on seven occasions.

Rotherham v Peterborough – Both teams to score @ 11/20

Fifth welcomes second in arguably League One’s biggest game of the weekend.

Hosts Rotherham are unbeaten so far, with four wins and four draws, whilst Peterborough have been more cutthroat, picking up six wins whilst suffering a sole defeat.

The eight matches involving Rotherham have featured 25 goals so far, an average of just over three a game. The Posh meanwhile have seen 27 goals in their eight clashes this season.

Both teams to score 11/20 looks promising, with both sides netting in their last three meetings.

Mk Dons v Stevenage – MK Dons to win @ 4/6

A regular in the division’s top ten, MK Dons have got off to a bright start this season, suffering just one defeat.

They’re unbeaten at home too this year in a run which has seen them lose just once in nine games in front of their home fans.

Karl Robinson’s men host a Stevenage side which has bagged just one goal on their travels so far, and which has already lost five times in this campaign.

Wolves v Sheffield United – Wolves to win @ 4/5

Two sides which have played Premier League football in the past seven years meet in the third tier in contrasting fortunes, with Wolves winning as many games this season as Sheffield United have lost – six.

Wolves have adapted to life in League One, and sit in third place on 19 points – a far cry from the problems facing the Blades.

United sit third from bottom and have lost every away game so far, finding the net just twice away from Brammall Lane.


This fourfold pays out just over 8/1.


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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.