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Carlisle v Chesterfield
Home win: 7/10 Draw: 5/2 Away win: 17/5
Betting tip: The Cumbrians have been a force at home in recent months having not lost in nine games at Brunton Park. Fans of the Spireites are beginning to wonder if they have finally turned the corner as they have seen their side win their last four games in all competitions. While I fancy this one to be a close affair I expect Carlisle to come out on top and suggest backing the draw/Carlisle win at 4/1 in the halftime/fulltime market. This plays on the fact that Carlisle have the fifth-worst half time home record in the league.
Charlton Athletic v Rochdale
Home win: 2/5 Draw: 31/10 Away win: 6/1
Betting tip: It took a 90th minute Dale Stephens equaliser in their last outing to preserve the Addicks’ unbeaten run and you have to expect a backlash when relegation contenders Rochdale visit the Valley. John Coleman would have been delighted with his first game in charge as he watched his new side win 3-0 against Bury last weekend but will be realistic in his expectations here. I can’t see anything but a comfortable home win. Take odds of 23/20 on Charlton to win by at least two goals.
Huddersfield Town v MK Dons
Home win: Evens Draw: 23/10 Away win: 12/5
Betting tip: The Terriers are unbeaten in their last eight League One fixtures and find themselves occupying an automatic promotion place going into the final stretch of the league campaign. Karl Robinson’s side arrive knowing that with a game in hand, victory here could see them move to within striking distance of their opponents. This could be a cracking clash and I fancy Lee Clark’s men to win the game given their strong home record. But with MK Dons the most successful League One side in the first half of away games, back a draw/Huddersfield win in the half time/full time market at odds of 9/2.
Scunthorpe United v Walsall
Home win: 11/10 Draw: 11/5 Away win: 11/5
Betting tip: A real relegation six-pointer here as both sides will be desperate to pick up what could be a crucial three points this weekend. The Iron have only won once in their last 11 and Alan Knill knows defeat here could be a fatal blow to their survival hopes. Walsall have failed to win in their last six and Dean Smith would probably take a draw here if you offered it to him as he knows his side are desperately low on confidence. I can’t see this one being a classic, so take odds of 5/2 on there being under 1.5 goals.
Sheffield Wednesday v Yeovil Town
Home win: 11/25 Draw: 3/1 Away win: 11/2
Betting tip: The Owls have only won one of their last four league games and fans will be beginning to feel the nerves as they hope their side don’t throw away an automatic promotion spot. The Glovers have pulled themselves out of the relegation zone in recent weeks but know they are in for a tough test at Hillsborough. I fear for Gary Johnson’s side here and will be backing Gary Megson’s men to win by at least two clear goals at 6/5.
Wycombe Wanderers v Tranmere Rovers
Home win: 7/5 Draw: 11/5 Away win: 17/10
Betting tip: The Chairboys currently prop up the league standings and have conceded 16 goals in their last five matches. Rovers haven’t won in six and fans are looking nervously over their shoulders as they know defeat at Adams Park could see them dragged into the relegation dog-fight. But Tranmere have won six of the last seven meetings between the two and I will be backing them to win here at 17/10.
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