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League Two Accumulator: We’re with Wycombe all the way

| 25.10.2014

Wycombe boss Gareth Ainsworth has done a remarkable job in turning around the club’s fortunes this season and we’re fully behind the Blues in their bid to beat Dagenham and Redbridge this weekend.

Ainsworth’s side engineered a truly ‘great escape’ to avoid relegation from League Two last term and now find themselves top of the table with 14 games played.

Can they preserve their lofty status?

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Wycombe to beat Dagenham @ 4/6

Defeat to Exeter on Tuesday night ended Wycombe’s 10-game unbeaten run however the visit of struggling Dagenham should provide the perfect opportunity for the Blues to bounce back.

The Essex side visit Adams Park having lost four of their last five matches and have suffered defeat on each of their previous three trips to Buckinghamshire.

With Wanderers only losing once in seven matches on their own turf in 2014-15, expect the visitors to go away empty-handed.

Plymouth to beat Cheltenham @ 5/4

A tough game to call but someone’s got to do it.

Both of these sides are upwardly mobile but with Plymouth going four games unbeaten against the Robins it’s them who get the nod.

The Greens are also unbeaten in five matches and have won their last three contests at Home Park without conceding.

Meanwhile, Cheltenham have been beaten in three of their previous four trips away from Gloucestershire and can’t be trusted to deliver on this occasion.

Luton to beat Northampton @ 6/5

Our midweek ‘lock’, Luton are on the sort of run that could see them soar through the division.

John Still’s men have now won six games on the bounce in League Two and could bring up the magnificent seven against a Northampton side who often flatter to deceive.

A 3-1 home defeat to lowly Oxford last time out hardly inspires confidence in the Cobblers, with Chris Wilder’s side now suffering three straight losses.

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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.