Leaders Swindon have now won eight League Two matches on the spin and it’s hard to see that impressive run coming to an end as the Robins take on an Accrington side short on goals and form.
Stanley have lost their last three and have failed to find the net in five of their last six so it’s easy to see why Paulo Di Canio’s charges are just 1/2 with Blue Square to grab a maximum haul and retain top spot. Moreover, given the visitors’ struggles in front of goal, a strong case can be made for a Swindon victory ‘to nil’ at 11/8 via William Hill.
Also falling into the ‘home banker’ category are play-off hopefuls Oxford, who Ladbrokes quote at 8/15 to get the better of Macclesfield. No team in the division has suffered as many away defeats as the Silkmen, Gary Simpson’s men having gone down a dozen times in 15 attempts and hapless Town’s eight-match losing streak doesn’t bode well ahead of this one.
Completing a trio of potential home victories are improving Crewe. Improving Alex are seeking a fifth straight home success as they tackle Wimbledon and as the Dons have failed to pick up a win in their last four, the hosts stand out at 23/20 courtesy of BetVictor. The same firm meanwhile, rate a treble, including Swindon, Oxford and Crewe, at an enticing 18/5.
Treble on Swindon, Oxford, Crewe – 18/5 (BetVictor)