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League Two Accumulator: New man Wilcox can lead York to glory

| 18.10.2014

It’s not just in the Premier League where managers feel the pressure of the dreaded axe. League Two has seen its own crop of causalities recently and we’re backing the new broom at York to lead his side to a much-needed victory.

Ex-Scunthorpe gaffer Russ Wilcox has taken the reins at Bootham Crescent after Nigel Worthington was sacked following a poor start to the season.

And against travel-sick Shrewsbury Wilcox can get off to the perfect start.

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York to beat Shrewsbury @ 13/8

It’s safe to say that since their incredible 23-game unbeaten run came to an end earlier in the campaign it’s been pretty much all downhill for struggling York.

However, with a new manager and Shrewsbury in town the first seeds of change can be sown this Saturday.

The visitors have lost their last four games on the road without scoring and could see that run continue against a side eager to impress.

Bury to beat Portsmouth @ 19/20

Last weekend’s 3-2 loss away at AFC Wimbledon should have Bury pumped up for this home encounter against a Portsmouth side who are yet to find their feet this term.

Four successive draws, in which Andy Awford’s side have scored only two goals, is hardly impressive recent form.

And against a Shakers outfit who’ve won their last five at Gigg Lane this looks set to be another afternoon when Pompey flatter to deceive.

Plymouth to beat Carlisle @ 11/10

It can’t be easy having to make the longest trip in the Football League, even when you’ve won your last three games in a row.

Still, that’s the reality facing resurgent Carlisle as they look to continue their hot form under recently appointed boss, Keith Curle.

Ultimately, it may not be an energy sapping journey that conspires against the Cumbrians.

But we do like the look of a Plymouth side who’ve won three of their last four contests while losing just once in their previous seven outings at Home Park.

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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.