League Two Accumulator: Bury the banker against Exeter
We can’t deny that this week’s League Two fixtures represent something of a betting minefield for fans of the fourth division.
But never ones to shy away from a tricky punting puzzle, we’ve assembled five of the best tips for a tasty accumulator that pays out £627.59 from just a £10 stake with Ladbrokes.
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David Flitcroft’s Bury side are justifying their pre-season favourites’ tag at present having won four of their last five games as part of an eight-match unbeaten run in League Two.
A trip to Exeter shouldn’t be too daunting, especially given that the hosts have been playing far better on the road.
At St James Park the Grecians have only won twice in 22 attempts in front of their own fans.
A trip to face John Still’s resurgent Luton outfit could well see Michael Appleton’s Oxford charges come crashing back down to earth following their own mini-revival.
The Hatters have notched recent victories over Cheltenham and Cambridge respectively to climb up the table.
And Luton look good to grind out another result against an Oxford side who’ve scored just six times in their previous 11 away games.
Inconsistent Stevenage are difficult to back at times but we’re trusting Graham Westley’s side to deliver and deny Mansfield a third straight win in the process.
The Stags have lost three of their four league games on the road this term and have come home empty-handed on their previous two trips to the Lamex Stadium.
Hartlepool’s victory over Shrewsbury at the start of the month was perhaps something of a false dawn for the north-east side.
Since then Pools have lost on two of their three subsequent outings – including a 5-1 hammering at Northampton – and can be made to suffer again by Portsmouth.
Pompey have struggled to build on their early season momentum but they should have enough to see off a team who’ve lost six of their nine league matches this term.
It’s long way to Accrington if you’re an Argyle fan (or player for that matter!) but Plymouth won’t be daunted having come away with something to show for their efforts on the previous three occasions.
Three wins in their last five games has steadied the ship for John Sheridan’s Pilgrims and they can sail away with three more points here.
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