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Chesterfield vs Wycombe – Wycombe back in title race with win

| 23.12.2010

Chesterfield return to the B2net Stadium after two games away from home and John Sheridan will want to regain the invincible feel that the stadium had at the start of the season.

Consecutive shock defeats to Burton Albion and Oxford United ended the B2net’s unbeaten run but a win against Torquay ended the home losing streak and Sheridan would love three points against title rivals Wycombe on Tuesday – Chesterfield are ? to win.

Wycombe will be looking for revenge after losing 2-1 at home earlier in the season, but Chesterfield look the real deal as they challenge for the League Two title and a repeat of the 2-1 scoreline is priced at XX.

Gillingham vs Port Vale

Port Vale face a tricky away trip to improving Gillingham as they look to keep up the pressure on the League Two leaders and Micky Adams’ side offer plenty of value at XX to win.

But Gillingham are unbeaten against Vale in the last three encounters between the two and the Gills are XX to beat Port Vale and continue their fine run of form.

With 44 goals scored in 19 games at Priestfield Stadium between the two teams, under 2.5 goals seems the bet of the day and is priced at XX.

Bury vs Torquay

The fans that fill out Gigg Lane on Tuesday will be hoping for a repeat of the reverse fixture this season which finished 4-3 to Bury at Plainmoor, but at XX to happen, the betting odds suggest otherwise.

Bury continue to challenge at the top of the league and should be too strong for Torquay at home and are good value at XX to win.

But with the last four games having produced 14 goals, over 3.5 goals looks the pick of the Bury vs Torquay betting market and is priced at XX.

A £10 treble on Chesterfield, Port Vale and Bury winning would return £XX. New customers can sign up here for a free £10 bet.

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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.