4th plays 2nd in the big League Two clash as Rotherham host Port Vale and it’s the Millers that can collect 3 points and leapfrog their opponents.
Ronnie Moore’s side have won three of their last four in the league and have lost just once at home all season, contrast this with the fact that the Valiants have suffered back-to-back defeats on the road and 7/5 about a Rotherham success starts to look particularly attractive.
It appeals even more when you consider that the man who has transformed Vale into genuine contenders, manager Micky Adams, has departed for Sheffield United, leaving the visitors a touch rudderless ahead of this one.
Leaders Chesterfield look a banker at 1/2 with Stan James to get the better of Stockport but as the Spireites have been upset on home soil a couple of times lately, there are better ways to pocket a profit at the b2net Stadium.
Given that the hosts’ eleven home matches have produced a remarkable 47 goals, an average of more than four per game, Coral’s 10/11 for this match to generate at least three looks as safe you can get and for those feeling brave, the same firm chalk 11/5 against a match tally of more than 3.5 goals.
Elsewhere, improving Northampton have been overpriced at 12/5 by bet365 to beat a Crewe side whose last two home games have ended in defeat while in-form Gillingham, on the back of four straight wins, are a generous 6/5 () to overcome stuttering Stevenage.