Port Vale are 8/5 (Ladbrokes) to win away at Lincoln but the Valiants are in a rut and could lose out to relegation fighting Lincoln.
A run of just one win in seven in League 2 has taken the wind out of Port Vale’s sails and relegation-threatened Lincoln can put a further dent in the Valiants’ promotion hopes as the pair face-off at Sincil Bank.
The Imps have recorded back-to-back away wins to move out of the bottom two and with confidence seemingly returning to the camp, Steve Tilson’s side, at 15/8 with William Hill, can defeat a team that arrives on the back of four consecutive defeats on the road.
At the Kassam Stadium, in-form Oxford are a tasty 11/10 courtesy of Coral to register an eighth win in ten as they host inconsistent Cheltenham. The visitors arrive on the back of 2-1 home reverse to struggling Lincoln and although there are teams on worse runs, the Robins having won three and lost four of their last eight, the U’s are in good enough shape to capitalise on their opponents’ flakiness.
At the Don Valley Stadium, Rotherham should arrest a run of three straight defeats as they entertain rock-bottom Stockport but as Betdaq’s 1.6 (6/10) is the best price for a home win, there seems to be more scope for healthy profits in the goals betting.
The Millers have shipped nine in their last four but tellingly the Hatters’ defence has been all at sea in the last ten matches, conceding a remarkable 32 times and as the pair drew three-each at Edgeley Park just over a fortnight ago, it’s not unreasonable to assume that a high-scoring contest is on the cards. Take a tally of over 3.5 goals in South Yorkshire then, at an enticing 2/1 with .
Leaders Chesterfield meanwhile, are a home banker at 10/11 (William Hill) as they welcome Bradford to the b2net Stadium.