As we reach the business end of season, there are plenty of issues still to be settled at the top and bottom of all four divisions in the Football League.
For our latest Banker Treble selection, we pick three teams with their eyes firmly on promotion in Sheffield United, Swindon Town and Crawley Town.
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Sheffield United to beat Leyton Orient @ 7/20
It looks as though Charlton Athletic have the League One title sewn up, but the battle for the second automatic spot is well and truly still up for grabs. To make it even tastier, Sheffield United and Sheffield Wednesday are going head to head to clinch promotion.
The Steel City rivals have both been in phenomenal form of late and the Blades should further enhance their chances of gaining the all-important second spot with a victory over lowly Leyton Orient on Saturday.
The O’s are without a win in their last four and have only managed to find the net once in those fixtures. With Danny Wilson’s men currently riding the crest of a wave, it is hard to see Russell Slade’s side going to Bramall Lane and leaving with any points.
Seventeen goals in five victories on the spin has left United two points clear of the Owls and this says it all for their current mindset. They are certainly a banker for three points at the weekend.
Swindon to beat Plymouth @ 9/20
Paolo di Canio has done an exceptional job at the County Ground and only a few more victories will see his side clinch the League Two title and most probably have the fiery Italian in floods of tears again.
His passion and energy have revitalised this Swindon side and although they were defeated at Wembley in the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy final, the former West Ham legend has ensured the Robins maintain focus in their push for promotion.
Four wins out of their last five League Two fixtures has seen Swindon go seven points clear at the top and a victory against Plymouth will move them one step closer to the title.
The Pilgrims have picked up in recent weeks and enjoyed successes over Aldershot and Bradford, but they will not have enough to stop the express train that is Swindon from reaching destination promotion.
Crawley to beat AFC Wimbledon @ 2/5
The departure of manager Steve Evans to League Two competitors Rotherham certainly shocked the football world, but Crawley Town reacted in the best possible way by picking up three points at Barnet just hours after being informed.
With large sums of money available for transfers and wages, Crawley were huge favourites for the title at the start of the campaign, but the sale of both of their frontline strikers in January halted their promotion push.
Matt Tubbs was sold to Bournemouth and Tyrone Barnett jumped two leagues with his move to Peterborough. This was always going to affect the Red Devils’ season, but the capture of Gary Alexander on loan from Brentford has added the much-needed firepower and the managerless side will at least make the playoffs, which will allow them a crack at earning back-to-back promotions. Automatic promotion is obviously the preferred route, though, and they are only two points behind Shrewsbury, who currently occupy the third and final spot.
AFC Wimbledon sit safely in mid-table and have little to play for, so I cannot see Terry Brown’s men being able to stop a Crawley side that will be desperate to show Evans that he made the wrong decision to jump ship at this crucial stage of the season.
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