League Two Accumulator: Get set to toast a Tranmere success

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Some of us won’t be letting the magic of the FA Cup get in the way of other pursuits this weekend, especially when there’s plenty of League Two action to keep the sharpest minds entertained.

Rather than bet on a competition where anything can happen we’re sticking to what we know.

And that can only mean one thing – another fourth division fourfold to warm the cockles as the mercury plummets.

Tranmere, Plymouth, Shrewsbury and Burton are our latest picks for our 13/1 acca

Read on to find out why.

Don’t forget, it’s money back as a free bet on losing 5+ team accas if just ONE team lets you down!*

Tranmere to beat Hartlepool @ 17/20

Struggling Hartlepool can’t go on being this bad all season can they?

Of course they can and expect Tranmere to be the latest team to dispatch of The Monkey Hangers.

Mickey Adams’ side are unbeaten in four at home, winning three of those contests.

Meanwhile, Ronnie Moore’s Pools have lost six of their last seven on the road, scoring just three times.

Plymouth to beat Morecambe @ 17/20

What’s the logic in backing out-of-form Plymouth?

The Greens’ solid home form gives them the edge here with eight of their 11 league victories this term secured on their own turf.

John Sheridan’s men saw off Morecambe 5-0 in last season’s corresponding fixture. And while we may not see a repeat of that scoreline the hosts still look good value.

Shrewsbury to beat Stevenage @ 7/10

The Shrews have been nigh on imperious at Greenhous Meadow this season so visiting Stevenage had better watch out.

Unbeaten on their own patch with 11 wins and two draws from 13 matches in Shropshire, even a resurgent Borough outfit will be wary.

The likes of fellow high-flyers Bury, Luton and Burton have already tasted defeat at this ground hinting that Shrewsbury will not be fazed by the opposition.

Burton to beat York @ 6/4

The Brewers have lost just once in 10 games since Jimmy-Floyd Hasselbaink took charge which is bad news for toiling York.

Having suffered back-to-back defeats the Minstermen won’t be relishing a visit from one of the league’s form teams.

The fact they’ve won just one of their last 14 at home in League Two also doesn’t bode well.

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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.