Plymouth, rocked by a 10 point deduction on Monday, travel to Brighton where the homeside are 4/9 (Totesport) to take a maximum haul.
Troubled Plymouth have lost five in a row and to make matters worse they look set to drop to the foot of the League One table as a result of potential ten-point deduction for going into administration. The beleaguered Pilgrims therefore don’t look likely to pick themselves up to get a result at leaders Brighton, who have to be considered bankers for the points at 4/9 with Totesport.
The Seagulls, who have an impressive 10-4-0 record on home soil can prevail relatively comfortably and they’re quoted in the handicaps at 6/5 by 888Sport to overcome Peter Reid’s demoralised side by at least two clear goals.
At Dean Court this season Bournemouth have won eleven and only lost two of their 16 home matches so it’s hard to see them slipping up against Sheffield Wednesday. The Owls are winless in nine in the league, particularly poor on their travels and haven’t really shown much improvement after a change of manager. Back the Cherries with confidence then at 20/21 with .
Michael Symes meanwhile, has struck in each of his last three games for Lee Bradbury’s troops and he’s 7/5 (Paddy Power) to find the net in this one.
Finally, high-flying Huddersfield, who picked up a credible point at Bournemouth on Saturday, are 6/5 with Coral to land all three at struggling Dagenham and Redbridge.
Brighton (-1) to beat Plymouth – 6/5 (888Sport)
Bournemouth to beat Sheffield Wednesday – 20/21 ()