No team in League Two has lost more games on heir own patch than Hereford while the Bulls have the second worst home defensive record in the division behind rock-bottom Northampton. That doesn’t bode well ahead of the visit of promotion-chasing Cheltenham to Edgar Street and the Robins, who have an excellent record on the road, look decent value at even money via Coral to bounce back from the midweek loss to title rivals Crawley.
Crawley’s victory over Cheltenham took the Red Devils into top spot on goal difference and Steve Evans’ side can stay at the summit by seeing off Aldershot, a result Blue Square rate at 4/9. No team has won more home matches this term than Crawley, who have taken maximum points from eleven of their 14 games at the Broadfield Stadium, scoring an impressive 33 times in the process. That record makes them banker material up against a Shots side in terrible form until they edged out AFC Wimbledon last time out.
Bristol Rovers meanwhile, have taken ten points from their last available dozen and have won both games under the stewardship of new boss Mark McGhee so they tempt at 6/5 with BetVictor to send Morecambe home from the Memorial Ground empty-handed. The Shrimps’ seemingly solid away record may concern one or two punters but the crucial statistic is the visitors’ solitary victory in eleven attempts in League Two.
Treble on Cheltenham, Crawley and Bristol Rovers – 11/2 (Coral)