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Accrington Stanley vs Rotherham – Stanley still unbeaten at home

| 15.10.2010

Rotherham will travel to Accrington on Saturday hoping to end Accrington Stanley’s undefeated home record, and history suggests they are more than capable of doing so.

Last season was the first time Rotherham had lost away to Accrington in the three years since the Lancashire club won promotion to the Football League, and Rotherham are 8/5 to beat Accrington.

Rotherham have lost just one game this season, to Shrewsbury, and currently sit third in League Two on 20 points.

Accrington have had a superb start to the season but have lost their way slightly over the past few weeks, despite winning the 7-4 thriller against Gillingham – they are 8/5 to beat Rotherham.

In Adam Le Fondre, Rotherham can boast the league’s top scorer and after missing out on finding the net last season, Le Fondre will be gunning for a goal this weekend, he is 4/1 to score first.

The two sides have scored 35 goals between them this season so a high scoring match can be expected, but as the two are currently protecting unbeaten streaks, this could be in the form of a 2-2 score line, available at 14/1.

Torquay United vs Bury

Paul Buckle’s Torquay side are slipping down the League table drastically after being 5/1 favourites to win League Two just a couple of weeks ago.

They face a Bury side who are in decent form, and in Ryan Lowe, have a striker who has scored 8 times in their last eight league games – he is 11/2 to score first.

Torquay are winless in seven games whilst Bury are unbeaten in six, but Torquay are 5/4 favourites to win with Bury available at 2/1.

The last three games between these two in Torquay have ended level and a draw is available at 5/2.

Bury are 10/1 to win the match 2-1. See the full League Two football betting odds market here.



Robbie Morris

Robbie studied sports journalism at the University of Gloucestershire, an establishment chosen for its proximity to Cheltenham racecourse, where he was a season ticket holder. Upon graduation, Robbie was a contributor to GolfPunk, a national magazine aimed at ridding golf of its traditionalist image, before joining the news.ladbrokes team.