League Two leaders Shrewsbury have taken 13 points from an available 15 and it seems inconceivable that they are considerable outsiders at 15/8 with Victor Chandler as they head to winless Gillingham. The Shrews have won both of their away matches without conceding a goal and up against a Gills side that has looked nervy on home soil, Graham Turner’s men have undoubtedly been overpriced to win while Paddy Power’s 4/1 for them to do so without conceding also looks huge.
Second-placed Torquay suffered their first defeat last weekend and although they have to be considered favourites at home to Accrington, the resilience of their unbeaten opponents strips a little of the appeal from bet365’s home win quote of 8/11. Instead, speculating on a low-scoring affair at Plainmoor could be the best route to profit and those in agreement can back a match total of fewer than 2.5 goals at 10/11 with Betfred.
High-flying Chesterfield are 6/4 (Betdaq) to overcome bottom club Morecambe but while the Spireites should retain their unbeaten record they may have to settle for a third consecutive share of the spoils on the road (12/5, Ladbrokes), as the Shrimpers have drawn both home matches.
Cheltenham’s five games have produced plenty of goals; the Robins have scored in every match and failed to keep any clean sheets so it’s fair to assume that both teams will find the net (3/4, 888Sport) as they host Stevenage and finally, Wycombe (4/6, William Hill) are as safe a bet as any at home to struggling Macclesfield while Port Vale can end Aldershot’s unbeaten start at Vale Park, where a home win is 10/11 courtesy of Stan James.