Rejoice Exeter fans, for we are sparing you the hoodoo of tipping you up this week!
So much has Ladbrokes News’ jinx been on the Grecians, that three accas on the spin have been halted with a defeat for the Devon side.
We instead look away from their tie against Mansfield to pick out a very tempting four-fold for the League Two action.
Not content with our 17/1 whopper?
Then add another side in to make it a five-fold, and if one team lets you down, you can take solace in the fact that you will get your money back as a free bet!*
Here’s who we fancy this week…
Having looked like they had come out of their mini-slump with two wins against Portsmouth and Exeter, Wimbledon have suffered two defeats of late.
But with a decent performance against Liverpool, and a penalty proving their downfall against Stevenage, we’re backing them to bounce back.
Carlisle have now lost their last three, and are in real danger of slipping back into the relegation zone after the inevitable defeat at Kingsholm.
This tie from Greenhous Meadow provides us with what should (hopefully) be the banker of bunch.
Languishing at the foot of the table, Hartlepool, although boosted by a win at home to Cheltenham last time out, don’t fare well away from Victoria Park.
They have lost five of their last six on the road, and with Shrewsbury not conceding a goal on their own patch since late October – winning four of five games in that period – this only looks like going one way.
Most sides thrive in front of their own fans, but not York.
The Minstermen have won just once at Bootham Crescent this season, and have picked up a paltry 10 points from a possible 36 on their own patch.
Stevenage meanwhile are on a bit of a resurgence in the last month, winning four of their last five and now sit just one place outside of the play-off spots.
Win in Yorkshire and they could breach those positions.
Although we could worry that they are becoming draw specialists, Southend’s form on the road gives us belief this can round our four-fold off in style.
The Shrimpers have won three of their last five on the road and remain well involved in the play-off fight.
Meanwhile Oxford’s post-Christmas exploits are yet to really get moving with straight defeats at the Kassam to Shrewsbury and Cheltenham making them ones to take on here.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing
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