Accrington Stanley will look to build on an impressive home record by beating Port Vale at 13/10 (Coral) and edge towards the top ten.
Accrington Stanley may only lie in 12th spot but they have an impressive 9-4-3 home record and only leaders Chesterfield have lost fewer League Two matches than John Coleman’s charges. Stanley also have an outside chance of gatecrashing the play-off places and we fancy them at 13/10 with Coral to boost their hopes in that department by beating the team in that crucial seventh spot, Port Vale.
The Valiants are the picture of inconsistency on the road and have struggled for any kind of solid form since the departure of Micky Adams. They were also turned over at home by Oxford last week and won’t relish this trip to the Crown Ground.
Also worth considering at 13/10, this time with William Hill, are Bradford City. It’s been a disappointing campaign for the Bantams, who parted company with Peter Taylor as a result recently, Peter Jackson came in to steady the ship and he has done just that guiding City to victories in their last couple and they should make it three-in-a-row as they host a Northampton side arriving on the back of four straight defeats.
Gillingham striker Cody McDonald recently went five goals without scoring, the longest he has gone without a goal all season but he has found his touch again in his last couple, notching in each and he can grab his 20th of the campaign at some point as the Gills head to Burton.
The Brewers are conceding plenty of goals and McDonald struck the winner against them in the reverse fixture so he has to be fancied at 6/4 with bet365 to find the net at the Pirelli Stadium.