York City and Scunthorpe selected in League Two accumulator
This weekend’s League Two accumulator is something of a corker, with Rochdale and Scunthorpe starring as part of a bumper fivefold.
Chosen alongside Fleetwood, Bristol Rovers and York City, this accumulator is available at odds of just over 33/1 with Ladbrokes and equates to a return of £343.30 for anyone staking £10 on these particular selections with the bookmaker.
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The Gas can move one step closer to securing their League Two status with a win against a Torquay team currently on a run of four straight defeats in the division.
Rovers have picked up 13 points from the last 18 available at home and should have enough to see off a Gulls side that has lost six of the last seven they have played away from Plainmoor.
Things have been going swimmingly for the Cod Army of late with last weekend’s 2-0 away win at Oxford putting them just three points off automatic promotion.
The same can’t be said for the visitors, with Morecambe picking up just two points from their last six games. With Fleetwood unbeaten in four at home this looks to be only going one way.
Mansfield may be in decent form but in Rochdale they face one of their big bogey teams with the Dale winning each of the last five league meetings between the pair.
Keith Hill’s team boast some fine form on the road, losing just one of their last nine, and with Mansfield picking up just a single victory from their last three at home, the visitors may just pinch it.
Scunny are another side closing in on League One having gone 25 games unbeaten in all competitions, picking up four wins from their last five played in the division.
The Iron will be out to make home advantage pay here too against a Bury team that has picked up maximum points from just one of their last five games played on the road.
Incredibly York have now gone seven games without conceding a goal in League Two and after picking up priceless draws against promotion rivals Burton and Rochdale should be in line for a win.
Accrington have won just one of their last five on the road and with a home defeat to Northampton still fresh in the mind, they may struggle against a team brimming with confidence.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.
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