After an 8/1 success in Saturday’s 3pm fourfold, the latest pursuit of bwin multiple magic guides us further down the football pyramid…
Bradford to win at Hartlepool @ 11/10
Bradford progressed through nine cup ties across three competitions last season but got off to a bad start this term in losing 2-1 at Huddersfield in the Capital One Cup.
However, they have only been beaten once in their new League One home and, while Hartlepool were in a higher division than them in 2012/13, the hosts have fared dismally since dipping into League Two.
The Monkey Hangers haven’t won any of their first six matches since relegation and, even more alarmingly, have only scored one goal across those nine hours of football.
Burton to win at Notts County @ 12/5
Backing a League Two team to triumph at the home of a League One club might seem rather brash but there are only four league positions separating this pair.
Burton are third in the fourth tier and haven’t lost in 90 minutes all season, winning three from five in the league, prevailing at League One glamour side Sheffield United in the Capital One Cup and taking Fulham to penalties.
Notts County gave a fine account of themselves at Anfield last week, taking Liverpool to extra time, yet have pocketed just a point from their first five league fixtures.
Exeter to beat Wycombe @ 1/1
The deserved hype levelled at Exeter boss Paul Tisdale has hushed in recent campaigns after the Grecians followed demotion from League One with an abseil out of the League Two play-off places late last season.
The former Southampton midfielder has shown his quality since though by regenerating his squad’s enthusiasm and overseeing a strong opening that has included three victories from three against fellow fourth-tierers at St James’ Park.
They did the double over Wycombe in 2012/13 and the Chairboys are winless in four away games, suffering defeat to nil in three of those.