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The League One teams to put in your accumulator this weekend

| 05.08.2011

The football season is back which means accumulative betting returns to the forefront of most punters minds.

With the three Football League divisions all kicking off this weekend there are plenty of football odds to study, but we’re making it easier by picking the best bets in each league.

Follow the links for the Championship tips and League Two tips but below you’ll find three teams that can return a tidy profit this weekend.

Huddersfield to beat Bury @ 4/6

Huddersfield manager Lee Clark will be desperate to banish the disappointment of the Wembley play-off final loss and kick this campaign off with a win.

Bury have not beaten Huddersfield on the road for over 40 years, so a meeting like this in their first fixture at this level since 2002 is a huge ask.

Town have scored two or more in four of the last five home meetings between the sides, making a 2-0 win at 6/1 tempting.

MK Dons to beat Hartlepool @ 8/11

Hartlepool are without a win against MK Dons since 2005 and have not won their opening away fixture for the last eight seasons.

Goals may be at a premium considering the corresponding fixture in the last two seasons has only brought one and not only do we like the 4/5 for under 2.5 goals but we’re also tempted by the 6/1 for MK Dons to win 1-0.

Brentford to beat Yeovil @ 5/6

Uwe Rosler may be an unknown quantity at managerial level in English football, but some solid pre-season form and summer strengthening has many tipping them for a serious challenge this season.

The off-season at Yeovil tells a completely different story with the losses of Andy Welsh and Dean Bowditch likely to have a telling impact.

Despite Yeovil winning home and away against the Bees last season, we expect Brentford to run out comfortable winners and an outside bet of 14/1 for a 3-0 home win captures our interest.



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.