Without meaning to sound like an advert for UKIP, I couldn’t give a stuff about the upcoming Euro 2016 qualifiers.
Well, not when it comes to making some punting profit at least because this weekend’s League Two fare promises some far more wholesome returns.
A tasty treble involving Luton, Southend and York offers a £72.69 return from just a £10 stake with Ladbrokes.
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Micky Adams may have lifted Tranmere off the floor – and the bottom of the table – in recent weeks but that can’t hide the fact that Rovers remain in a perilous position heading into this clash with Luton.
No team (or opposition supporters for that matter) enjoy a trip to Kenilworth Road, especially with the hosts in such rampant form.
The Hatters have won five in a row on their own patch while the visitors have lost five of their eight away matches in League Two this season.
Phil Brown knows he needs to get the Southend fans back onside quickly following the Shrimpers’ unceremonious FA Cup First Round loss to Chester.
And with Football League bottom-dwellers Hartlepool in town the hosts have the ideal opportunity to build a few bridges.
Pools have lost five of their previous six games away from Victoria Park, conceding 14 goals and scoring just five in return.
New York boss Russ Wilcox grabbed his first win in charge of the Minstermen at the fourth time of asking two weeks ago.
And we’re backing the hosts to continue their steady rise and leapfrog Oxford in the process.
Michael Appleton’s visitors are terrible away from home, winning just one of their last 10 games on their travels.
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