League One Accumulator: Bradford and Preston among the picks
There’s a familiar feel to this week’s League One accumulator offering, which once again features wins for high-flying duo Bristol City and MK Dons.
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Not that you will need it – these five look sure to deliver come 3pm! Read on to find out why.
Phil Parkinson’s team picked up a well-earned 2-1 victory last time out away at MK Dons and the Bantams are being backed to pick up a fourth consecutive away win in League One when they travel to the Weston Homes Community Stadium.
Colchester’s woes continued with a 3-2 loss at home to Sheffield United in midweek to leave the U’s with one point from their first four games as hosts and with Bradford winning on their last visit to the ground, another away win looks likely.
Still unbeaten in League One, Bristol City head to Highbury Stadium looking to score a fifth straight win in the division and could score just that against a Fleetwood team that is without a win in six games going into this encounter.
The Robins have racked up 10 points from the first 12 available on the road and with the Fishermen winless in four on home soil, Steve Cotterill’s team look set to continue their good form.
The Gills continue to impress at home in League One, with Tuesday’s 2-1 triumph over Peterborough making it three wins from their last four league games at Priestfield Stadium with Swindon the only team to so far escape Kent with a point to their name.
Walsall, meanwhile, are winless on the road in the league and are most definitely in danger of suffering a third straight defeat away from home in League One here.
Bradford may have ended the Dons’ three-game winning streak in midweek but Karl Robinson’s team are nevertheless being backed to return to form when Crewe visit Stadium mk this Saturday.
The Alex have lost two of their last three away from home and have suffered defeat in both of their previous two visits to Milton Keynes.
Simon Grayson could only watch on as his Preston charges let a three-goal lead slip against Chesterfield to draw 3-3 last time out but the visit of Crawley should make for much better viewing, with the visitors on a run of one draw and three defeats away from home.
Preston, meanwhile, remain unbeaten at home this season and should make light work of John Gregory’s side who lost 1-0 last time the teams met at Deepdale.
All odds and markets correct as of the date of publishing
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