Bristol Rovers, who have been picking up points recently, are overpriced at 9/4 () as they travel to Bournemouth.
Bristol Rovers have taken ten points from their last available 15 in League One to give themselves a genuine chance of survival and victory against Bournemouth would be a real boost for the Pirates, who could move out of the relegation zone if other results go their way.
Aiming to secure a play-off place, the Cherries are Coral’s 7/5 favourites ahead of the Memorial Stadium clash but their recent form has been pretty ordinary, Lee Bradbury’s men having failed to win in their last five. They did pick up a decent point at Peterborough on Friday but ultimately their form and indeed the Cherries’ away record in general, makes them worth opposing against a Rovers team fighting for their lives.
Stuart Campbell’s men have won their last three matches on the road but picked up a draw with promotion-chasing Posh in their last home game and they look overpriced in the circumstances at 9/4 with ahead of this one.
A 2-1 triumph against Colchester at Hillsborough on Saturday just about dispelled any notion that Sheffield Wednesday would be dragged into a relegation battle and with the pressure lifted a touch on the Owls after a dismal run of results on their own patch, Gary Megson’s men can pick up another maximum haul as they entertain Tranmere.
With just one win in ten, Rovers aren’t yet safe and their struggle for goals could be their undoing in this one, which is a tasty 5/6 (William Hill) to go the way of the hosts.
Bristol Rovers to beat Bournemouth – 9/4 ()
Sheffield Wednesday to beat Tranmere – 5/6 (William Hill)