Shrewsbury are bouncing back in League Two; Graham Turner’s men go looking for a 4th win in 4 against Stevenage this weekend.
Three straight wins, ten goals scored and only one conceded; that’s the run that has taken Shrewsbury back into the automatic promotion places in League Two and Graham Turner’s men can bag a fourth victory in a row as they entertain inconsistent Stevenage.
The visitors have an unconvincing 3-3-6 record on their travels and have lost their last four away games in the league without scoring so it’s easy to side with the formbook and back the Shrews, who were scintillating against Lincoln on Tuesday, at 2.2 (6/5) with Betdaq.
Shrewsbury smashed five past the Imps at Sincil Bank in that aforementioned clash but prior to that Lincoln were on a great run and Steve Tilson’s men are decent value at 13/10 with 888Sport to get back to winning ways against patchy Morecambe.
A third home win completes the eye-catching League Two wagers and it should come at Vale Park where Northampton are the visitors. The Cobblers don’t travel well and their lack of consistency is summed up by the fact that they followed up a 6-2 hammering of high-flying Crewe with a goalless draw at home to struggling Barnet.
Port Vale meanwhile, dropped off the promotion pace after a poor run but are showing signs of turning things around having grabbed a draw at Wycombe on the back of a much-needed win over Rotherham. They appeal then at an odds-against price, Coral’s 11/10.