League One continues apace this weekend with a full schedule of fixtures on the cards and an accumulator offering a handsome payout for those willing to back form teams like Notts County and Rochdale.
Picked alongside familiar favourites Sheffield United and MK Dons, this fourfold is available at odds of just over 29/2 with Ladbrokes.
And for those looking to make the most of the bookmaker’s latest offer – money back as a free bet on fivefold accumulators in which just one team loses – adding Bradford to beat Gillingham to the mix sees the odds increased to a whopping 26/1.*
With all that in mind, it’s time to crunch the numbers and see just why this is one bet worth backing.
These two met in the FA Cup two weeks back with MK Dons coming out on top at Vale Park in a 4-3 win that was far more comfortable than the final scoreline suggests.
With the Stadium mk faithful behind them Karl Robinson’s team look likely to pick up a third straight win here with Port Vale losing three of their last four on the road.
Still the form team in League One despite their untimely exit from the FA Cup, Shaun Derry’s side have won six of their last seven games in the division and should make short work of a Yeovil side that has picked up just two points from the last 24 available to them in the division.
With Yeovil losing four of their last five away from the West Country, it’s difficult to see this being anything other than a comfortable win for the hosts.
The Dale left it late to dispatch Northampton in the FA Cup and end a mini-slump of two games without a win going into this fixture but after beating high-flying Preston last time out at home in League One, the visit of Doncaster should pose few problems
Donny are having a difficult time at the moment and head into this game with just one win in their last five. With Rochdale winning three of the last four meetings between the two teams at Spotland Stadium, one outcome looks likely.
The Blades head into this fixture gunning for a third straight win in all competitions and Oldham could oblige with the Latics winless in five games on the road in League One. Sheffield United are unbeaten in four against Oldham and could extend that run further here.
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