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Ladbrokes News Acca: Notts County, Wigan and Oxford go in our 70/1 bet

| 06.10.2017

The international break continues this weekend, but that doesn’t mean domestic football comes to a standstill.

This week’s Ladbrokes News acca focuses on the 15:00 games from League One, League Two and the National League.

Here’s who we fancy this weekend…

Rich Marsh

Notts County to beat Forest Green Rovers

This is a banker, surely?

Notts County are flying with four wins from five. Kevin Nolan’s side will be eager out to bounce back after defeat to Mansfield, so they should be confident of another three points with the visit of struggling Forest Green Rovers.

The Gloucestershire outfit are finding life tough in the Football League. They’re winless in eight league games, failing to score in four of the last five. A home win for County at 1/2 is as solid as they come.

Cian Carroll

Oxford United to beat AFC Wimbledon

Oxford look a touch overpriced to beat the Wimbledon here at 6/5.

The U’s have been decent at home during this League One campaign having won two, drew two, and lost just one of their five games at the Kassam Stadium.

The Dons have won just once on the road in five games. They’ve only managed two goals, while Oxford have banged in 10 on home soil.

Dave Burin

Stevenage to beat Crewe Alexandra

Darren Sarll’s Stevenage have won three league games on the bounce, including a 2-0 victory at Carlisle United on their last away trip.

They head to face an Alex side who have lost six on the trot in all competitions, failing to score in five of those. The Boro look good value at 7/5.

Daniel Anwar

Wigan Athletic to beat Scunthorpe

Wigan have been very impressive recently, winning five of their six games.

The Latics have also kept clean sheets in all five of those wins. Saturday’s opponents are Scunthorpe, who’ve only won one of their last three.

Paul Cook’s side are 5/4 favourites and should continue their good form at Glanford Park.

Nick Murphy

Woking to beat Dagenham & Redbridge

The hosts are 5/2 to spring a surprise at home to promotion chasing Dagenham.

The Daggers have required late equalisers in two of their last three games and only narrowly overcame bottom club Torquay United last weekend.

Woking have won five from seven at home while John Still’s Daggers have only won once on the road. We’re going for a surprise Cards victory here.

So, there we go. Our five-fold acca comes in at an unmissable 70/1!

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



Richard Marsh

Richard loves his sport, especially if it involves the sound of tyres screaming around a race track. He's not fussy though and his '90s Premier League nostalgia and knowledge of team nicknames is tough to match.