League Two may offer an array of humorous football team nicknames but this Tuesday’s League Two treble will be no laughing matter if you fail to back it.
Lumping on Fleetwood, Rochdale and Hartlepool for wins offers great returns with odds of well over 6/1 available, so make sure you are wiping away tears of laughter rather than miseryby backing this threesome to deliver the goods.
Fleetwood remain the team to beat at home, having lost just one of their last five at Highbury Stadium and with Scunthorpe claiming just a single win from their last six competitive fixtures played on the road, the signs look good.
The Cod Army have certainly been cut-throat in front of goal, having scored in every home game they have played so far this season, including four-goal hauls in wins against Crewe and Torquay.
With the visitors keeping just one clean sheet in their last four games, it all points to a home win.
After a slow start to life in League Two, Hartlepool are officially up and running, having won four on the bounce in the English fourth tier, scoring nine goals in the process.
Wimbledon, meanwhile, have fallen away following a positive start and are currently on a four-game winless run.
Last term the Dons struggled for wins on the road and that form has continued into the current campaign with the Londoners picking up just one victory from their last ten away games in League Two.
Rochdale are the team to beat at the moment, having won seven of their last eight fixtures in the division, with victory in each of their last three matches.
Home form has been crucial to the Dale’s success, with the Manchester club’s four wins in a row at Spotland part of a run of 12 games without defeat at home in the division.
Northampton currently occupy one of the relegation spots in the league and after winning just one of their last 10 league fixtures, they could be consigned to another defeat here.
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