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League Two Accumulator: In-form Luton ready to blunt Daggers

| 21.10.2014

We don’t want to jinx anything but it’s fair to say that pre-season favourites Luton Town have finally found their groove this season.

Back in the Football League after a five-year absence, the Hatters were widely tipped to sail through League Two.

The campaign didn’t start too brightly, however having clinched their fifth win in a row last Saturday it appears that the Bedfordshire outfit have finally got to grips with life in the basement division.

Naturally, that makes Luton the cornerstone of our acca with wins for Newport and Northampton also in our calculations.

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Luton to beat Dagenham and Redbridge @ 3/4

Luton boss John Still faces former club Dagenham in buoyant mood as his side bid for a sixth win on the bounce.

The Hatters’ home form was pretty patchy at the start of the campaign but a run of three straight victories at Kenilworth Road – with the same number of clean sheets secured in the process – bodes well here.

By contrast, Dagenham have suffered five defeats in their previous eight League Two encounters and look vulnerable against their resurgent hosts.

Newport to beat Southend @ 13/8

You never know quite what to expect from Justin Edinburgh’s Newport County side.

But on home turf they look a decent bet with only one league defeat to their name at Rodney Parade this season (an opening day loss to table-toppers, Wycombe Wanderers).

The Exiles have won each of their last three on their own patch and can also point to last season’s 3-1 defeat of Southend in south Wales as a reason to be confident.

Northampton to beat Oxford @ 23/20

Don’t be fooled by Oxford’s 2-0 home win over bottom dwellers Tranmere Rovers last time out.

Michael Appleton’s U’s are rank on the road with just one win and 11 losses from their previous 15 road trips.

This wretched record can help give Northampton Town the perfect pick-me-up as they bid for a first success since late September.

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

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William Geldart

William contributed to a number of online football blogs before finally finding his pot of gold at the end of the rainbow alongside the rest of the Ladbrokes News team. Now indulging passions for football, horse racing, greyhounds, boxing and political betting. Supports Wycombe Wanderers and can be spotted at various lower league and non-league grounds across the country.