Yeovil’s impressive 5-1 triumph at Leyton Orient boosted their chances of League One survival considerably and the Glovers look well placed to drag themselves further clear of danger by collecting another three-point haul, this time at the expense of Carlisle.
Terry Skiverton’s men have registered back-to-back away victories to ease a little bit of the pressure on themselves at the foot of the table and renewed confidence will undoubtedly be knock-on effect of those wins.
Furthermore, the Cumbrians, who have lost three in a row on the road, have little to play for in their remaining eight games and might find it hard to raise themselves for a gruelling midweek away trip such as this one especially with a trip to Wembley on the agenda at the weekend. Subsequently, Yeovil catch the eye at 11/8 with Stan James to send Greg Abbott’s troops home empty-handed.
Charlton haven’t won for ten games and although they managed to grab a creditable share of the spoils at Bournemouth last time out, it’s worth noting that the Cherries came into that clash on the back of a poor run so we’re of suggesting that the Addicks might have turned the corner.
It’s worth opposing them then as they head to Rochdale, who still have a slim chance of gate-crashing the play-off places and have won three consecutive games, keeping clean sheets in all of them; ‘Dale are a 7/5 chance at Sportingbet for a fourth straight success.