The Banker Treble picks out the three biggest certainties on the fixture list, giving you the best possible chance to see some return for your money.
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Southend to beat Bradford @ 13/10
Promotion-chasing Southend travel to Valley Parade in the knowledge that they have won more away games than anybody else in League Two this season. With 12 wins on the road, only Charlton and Manchester United can boast away records to rival Southend’s in the whole of the Football League.
Bradford, on the other hand, haven’t won any of their last six games, losing five and drawing one. They have only won once at home in the whole of 2012 and they have failed to score in three of their last five matches.
With confidence key at this stage of the season, another away win for Southend definitely looks on the cards. Bwin’s price of 13/10 for a Shrimpers triumph is an absolute steal and also serves to boost the overall odds of the treble.
Reading to beat Leeds @ 57/100
With automatic promotion to the Premier League in their sights, Reading have chosen the best possible time of the season to go on an excellent run.
Brian McDermott’s men have won 11 of their last 13 games, losing only one. With 12 home wins already this season, only Southampton can boast a better home record than the Royals in the Championship.
On top of this, they have scored three or more goals in four of their last six games and they have opened the scoring in five of their last seven games, so goalscoring shouldn’t be a problem.
Leeds’ form has flatlined somewhat since Neil Warnock took charge. The Whites have won just four of their 12 games under their new boss, including only two in their last eight.
Compounding their misery is the fact that the history books reveal that they haven’t beaten Reading since February 2004 – a total of five games without a win – and they haven’t seen them off on their own patch since a 1-0 victory at Elm Park back in December 1987.
No game is easy at this stage of the season, but Reading should be too strong for Leeds in the end.
Scunthorpe to beat Exeter @ 7/10
Lowly Exeter are eight games without a win, losing six and drawing two. They have lost 14 of their 20 away games this season, winning just twice. The 12 goals they have scored on the road is the lowest tally in the whole of League One and the second worst in the whole country, ahead of only Coventry City.
Scunthorpe are hardly having a great season themselves, but they are unbeaten in their last eight games and hit four goals away to relegation rivals Chesterfield in their previous match.
The momentum is with the Iron and they should be comfortable in this one.
Recommended bet: Scunthorpe, Southend and Reading to win @ 257/50
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