The fun never stops at Ladbrokes with a midweek Football League accumulator that includes the two respective form teams of the Championship and League One as well as three teams with their eyes on promotion from League Two.
Backing wins for Wigan, Wolves, Cheltenham, Chesterfield and Rochdale provides handsome returns at Ladbrokes with the bookmaker offering odds of just over 28/1 on all five claiming three points, which equates to a return of £291.70 for anyone placing a £10 bet on these selections.
Better still, Ladbrokes’ new One Out? Our Shout! offer means that should one of the five fail to pick up a win, we will refund the original stake placed as a free bet!*
Saturday’s 3-1 away win over play-off rivals Ipswich Town means Wigan have now won eight games in a row in all competitions and should be in confident mood for the visit of Yeovil Town to the DW Stadium.
Gary Johnson’s team slumped to a 3-0 loss away to QPR at the weekend and after picking up just one point from the last 15 available on the road, look likely losers again here.
Kenny Jackett’s team had to settle for a draw against Shrewsbury on Saturday in a result that ended Wanderers’ nine-game winning streak but a trip to Crawley offers the perfect opportunity to bounce back, with the hosts winning just one of their last four in League One.
Safe from relegation and unlikely to make the play-offs, John Gregory’s team have little to play for and Wolves will be confident of completing a double over the Red Devils, having won 2-1 at Molineux earlier in the campaign.
Cheltenham’s late charge towards League One continued with a 1-0 win over lowly Torquay and Mark Yates’ men look likely winners again at home to another relegation-threatened side in the form of Wycombe Wanderers.
The visitors are in danger of suffering a third straight defeat in the division and will no doubt be dreading a trip to Whaddon Road, having lost three of their last four fixtures against the Robins.
The Dale left it late in their 2-1 last gasp win over Accrington at the weekend, but it should be a different story against a Northampton team looking increasingly doomed at the wrong end of the League Two standings.
One win from their last three at Sixfields Stadium is poor for the Cobblers and with Rochdale suffering just one defeat in their last eight, the away side look the ones to back for victory, having already beaten the hosts 3-2 earlier in the season.
After a slight blip in form Chesterfield returned to winning ways in rampant fashion on Saturday, with the league leaders handing out a 3-0 lashing to an Oxford team that still harbours ambitions of promotion this term.
A trip to Plymouth should pose few problems, with the Pilgrims putting in some poor performances at Home Park of late, with just one win in their last seven league games at the ground.
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