League Two Accumulator: Tranmere tipped to add to Accy’s woes
The international break may mean trips to far-flung outposts for a clutch of meaningless friendlies (or crunch qualifiers) for some of the world’s ‘elite’ footballers.
But for our League Two heroes there’s work to be done. And in the same spirit we’re not content with just resting on our laurels which is why we’ve assembled another enticing fourth division fourfold for you to get stuck into.
Backing Tranmere, Shrewsbury, Mansfield and Southend pays out a juicy £259.88 from just a £10 stake with Ladbrokes.
Here’s why you need to get involved.
After a shaky start to life back in the basement Tranmere are starting to find their groove.
Rob Edwards’ side saw off previous table-toppers Morecambe last weekend and look good value to follow-up against out-of-sorts Accrington.
Rovers have won five of their previous six encounters against Stanley, with the last two of those victories coming at the Crown Ground. Banker of the weekend?
With just one win in their six competitive outings so far this season, Colin Cooper’s Hartlepool are in dire straits.
And we all know you don’t get money for nothing so stick your cash on Shrewsbury here.
Unbeaten in the league this season and against the Pools in their last four meetings, the Shrews are in good nick and should be trusted to deliver.
Pre-season predictions of a long-hard struggle for Exeter already seem well-founded with the Grecians winless so far this term.
A severe lack of cutting edge in front of goal has been Paul Tisdale’s side’s major downfall – Exeter have scored just twice in five league games.
And having started the season well before suffering consecutive defeats, Mansfield should look forward to getting back to winning ways at St James Park.
How do you solve a problem like Oxford United?
The U’s are in freefall at present with new manager Michael Appleton already under pressure to mastermind an upturn in fortunes.
However, he probably won’t find the answers he’s looking for at Roots Hall.
Much like Mansfield, Southend have also hit a spot of bother after a fine start.
But with just two defeats from their previous 11 home games in League Two – compared to Oxford’s eight losses in their last nine on the road – home comforts should see the Shrimpers prevail.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.
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