The League One teams to back in your Saturday accumulator

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With the need to play Euro 2012 qualifiers meaning that there is no Premier League or Championship action this weekend, League One is the most high-profile English action on offer.

However, there is still the chance to win some money on a weekend accumulator and read our League Two preview to find some other bets worth including.

In League One, we believe that Sheffield United, Hartlepool and Notts County can all land the spoils at home.

Sheffield United to beat Bury @ 8/11

A victory for Sheffield United looks perhaps the best bet of the weekend as they look to build on their strong start to League One this season.

Sheffield United have won both of their league fixtures at Bramall Lane this season and are unbeaten in their last seven meetings in all competitions with Bury.

Bury may be unbeaten away in the division, but are likely to find life tougher without Ryan Lowe, who is responsible for four of their six league goals, but left on deadline day to sign for Sheffield Wednesday.

Hartlepool to beat Exeter @ 1/1

Goals are likely to be a premium, but Hartlepool should have enough to shade victory.

Hartlepool have won five of their last seven home games with Exeter and are unbeaten in all competitions this season at Victoria Park, albeit they were defeated on penalties by Sheffield United in the Carling Cup.

Exeter have only conceded once in their two games on the road and Hartlepool to edge victory 1-0 looks a worthy price at 6/1 in the correct scoreline market.

Notts County to beat Bournemouth @ 1/1

Bournemouth have lost both of their opening away outings in the League One and lost away to Notts County in the FA Cup last season.

A treble on Sheffield United, Hartlepool and Notts County all winning would pay 7/1.

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Craig Kemp

Craig has written for Ladbrokes since the 2010 World Cup, having previously gained a Media & Sports Journalism degree and contributed to publications including the Racing Post. His main areas of interest are horse racing and UFC, but he is also an avid X Factor gambler and likes nothing more than indulging in a spot of Hip Hop Karaoke.