Magpies won’t get lucky against Brentford in League One acca
Brentford’s march towards the Championship looks set to continue with victory over visiting Notts County with the Bees offered the perfect opportunity to cement their promotion push at the top of League One.
Wins for fellow hosts Sheffield United and Wolves are also a distinct possibility with a £10 bet on all three taking maximum points returning £54.28 with Ladbrokes.
Adding Crawley and Bradford to that list pays an even tastier £252.66 and thanks to the bookmaker’s ‘One Out? Our Shout!’ promotion you can get money back as a free bet* if one team lets you down.
Notts County make the trip to west London having won three games on the bounce but that run is likely to come to a crashing halt here.
Each of the Magpies’ victories during that sequence have come against fellow strugglers with a trip to Griffin Park representing a far sterner test.
Mark Warburton’s Bees have lost just one of their last 14 matches at home – with that sole reverse coming against leaders Wolves – and they’re unbeaten in their previous 11 against the visitors.
Three wins in a row over County further highlights Brentford’s dominance in this fixture as they bid to reaffirm their position with another routine success.
Sheffield United look set to compound Leyton Orient’s misery and put paid to any remaining hopes Russell Slade’s side may have of securing automatic promotion.
With just one win in their last six games, Orient have capitulated at exactly the wrong time while Nigel Clough’s Blades have been busy embarking upon a run to the FA Cup semi-finals and charging up the league table in the second half of the season.
United may have only won once in their previous five contests but draws against high-flying Preston and Brentford during that sequence offer a better reflection of their recent form.
Orient have failed to beat their opponents in each of their previous six encounters and taking anything from this latest fixture will be extremely tricky.
Peterborough retained their grip on the last remaining League One play-off place by beating Colchester in midweek but expect The Posh to be edged out when they travel to Molineux.
Darren Ferguson’s United were 1-0 victors over the Black Country outfit earlier this season but Wolves have since kicked on, losing just one of their last 15 league matches.
By contrast, Peterborough have suffered defeats in three of their previous five, including two losses to fellow promotion chasers Rotherham and Preston.
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