Unbeaten home record makes Oldham a tough nut to crack

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Oldham are one of three teams still to have an unbeaten home record in League One, which means Huddersfield face a tricky task if they wish to remain in the automatic promotion places.

With Brighton eight points clear at the top, the fight is well and truly on for second at present, as just three points separate Huddersfield from ninth-placed MK Dons.

Huddersfield have won four of their last five League One games and have kept clean sheets in all of these victories.

This could make them a good bet at 7/5 to beat Oldham, who themselves have been a bit hit-and-miss of late.

Paul Dickov’s team have managed to avoid defeat in their seven home games and are 9/5 to beat Huddersfield.

MK Dons are another of the unbeaten home teams but unfortunately for them, their next game is away at Brentford.

The Dons have lost six of their seven League One games on their travels and this is the chief reason why they are not breathing down the necks of Brighton.

It is 2/1 that the MK Dons beat Brentford in the League One betting odds, with the home side 13/10 to secure the three points.

In the Dons’ favour is that they have scored three times in their last two visits to Griffin Park in League One.

An early season relegation six-pointer is also taking place as Yeovil host Dagenham and Redbridge with the pair both in the bottom three of the standings.

The omens do not look good for a Dagenham victory as they are yet to win on the road in the league this season and have the worst defensive record in away games, conceding 19 times in their eight fixtures.

This could make Yeovil a great bet at 11/10 to beat Dagenham, while the visitors are 12/5 to land the spoils. See the full Yeovil vs Dagenham match betting odds market.

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Craig Kemp

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