Accrington’s draw at Macclesfield last Friday saw them drop out of the League Two play-off places but their strength at home means they should boost their hopes of a top seven finish by beating Oxford at the Crown Ground.
John Coleman’s men have won eight in a row on their own patch and they’re subsequently hard to overlook at 11/10 with Coral, to beat a U’s team who have lost three out of their last four on the road.
Barnet’s back-to-back wins have given them a genuine hope of survival, with both Burton and Northampton now within striking distance for the Bees and although the loss of interim boss Martin Allen will have been a blow for them this week, they nevertheless look a touch overpriced at 11/2 () as they head to Bury.
The Shakers have won three in a row, suggesting they are suffering no ill effects from the departure of manager Alan Knill, but that could eventually have an impact and they aren’t immune to losing at Gigg Lane, where they have been turned over twice in their last four. In addition, they lost two men to suspension in Tuesday’s win over Burton and while admittedly, backing Barnet is a bit of a leap of faith, sceptics can tackle them in the handicaps where they are given a goal start at 5/4 with bet365.
Scott Rendell has struck four times in his last four for Wycombe as they look to secure an automatic promotion berth and the Chairboys marksman should find himself presented with plenty of opportunities to add to his tally as his side entertain struggling Northampton.
Winless in 15, the Cobblers concede plenty of goals and with ten shipped in four games, Rendell has to be fancied at 23/20 courtesy of to capitalise by getting on the scoresheet.