League One: Posh set for more goals as revival continues
There’s no rest for the wicked in League One with a near full round of fixtures taking place this weekend to help form another treble.
This time we’ve gone for Peterborough, Wolves and Rotherham victories in a bet that pays out an impressive £81.10 from a £10 stake.
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Peterborough seem to have finally turned a corner since a stretch of four straight defeats dented their title challenge.
But seven goals in two games fired Posh to back-to-back victories over Tranmere and in-form Notts County have halted the slide.
Darren Ferguson’s side now face a trip to Oldham, who have won just two of their past 13 matches in all competitions, where they can continue a mini revival with another three points.
A run of five league games without defeat has seen the Robins move closer to safety in League One but it is hard to look past title chasing Wolves, especially at home.
With Leyton Orient not playing this weekend, Kenny Jackett’s side could close the gap to just two points at the top, depending on Brentford’s result.
And our news team is backing a determined West Midlands outfit to do just that and follow up an impressive win over Preston last time out with another victory at Molineux.
Dominant displays against Crewe and Shrewsbury have seen Rotherham put to bed the disappointments of back-to-back defeats in League One.
And Steve Evans’s side, who have been boosted by the arrival of Middlesbrough midfielder Richard Smallwood, can follow up with another victory in front of the New York stadium faithful against a Crawley side with just three wins from their last 13 in the league.
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