Following the midweek triumph against Macclesfield, Chesterfield need to pick up just one point in their game at Oxford to guarantee promotion to League One. Boylesports make the Spireites 8/15 to avoid defeat at the Kassam Stadium, where they’re 12/5 (Totesport) to register the draw they need and 7/4 courtesy of Coral to collect a maximum haul.
John Sheridan’s men haven’t won any of their last three matches on the road but they have been picking up victories on their own patch and they can transfer that form to their travels to defeat a U’s side whose play-off push has been irreparably damaged by a run of two draws and a defeat in their last three.
Nevertheless, Chesterfield’s away form is enough to warrant an element of caution so it’s worth considering them ‘Draw No Bet’ at even money with .
Accrington’s hopes of a top six finish were dented slightly by the goalless draw with Oxford but prior to that Stanley were on a great home run and Paddy Power off a safe-looking 4/6 for John Coleman’s men to get back to winning ways at the Crown Ground by seeing off travel sick Bradford.
Only bottom club Stockport have suffered more away defeats than the Bantams, who have managed just one win in their last seven and the fact that the hosts were scoring plenty of goals on their own patch prior to last week’s blank, points to a total of more than 2.5 goals. This can be combined with an Accrington triumph at a tasty 7/5 (Partybets).
Chesterfield to beat Oxford ‘Draw No Bet’ – evens ()
Accrington to beat Bradford and over 2.5 goals in the match – 7/5 (Partybets)