Punters seeking value in League Two should look no further than the promotion and play-off battle, where three teams in particular can do their chances the power of good.
Firstly, Shrewsbury can ensure they’ll be playing League One football next season by getting the better of Dagenham and Redbridge at the New Meadow, where Ladbrokes price the hosts at just 2/5.
The Shrews have a remarkable home record having avoided defeat on their own patch all season and with guaranteed promotion on the table for them, they’re hard to oppose up against a Daggers outfit with nothing to play for now that they have pulled away from the relegation scrap.
In third spot, one place behind Shrewsbury, are Crawley, who entertain a Hereford side currently languishing in the bottom three. The Red Devils have made light of the departure of boss Steve Evans, extending their unbeaten run to 13 matches and giving themselves a great chance of clinching back-to-back promotions.
By contrast, the Bulls are winless in eight and look destined for the drop, so Boylesports’ 4/11 chalked against a Crawley triumph looks like something of a no-brainer at the Broadfield Stadium.
Finally, at Whaddon Road, Cheltenham can book their place in the play-offs by beating Bradford, if other results also go their way. Given their incentive, allied with the Bantams’ dreadful away record, the Robins look great value at 4/5 with William Hill to pick up a third consecutive home win.
Treble on Shrewsbury, Crawley and Cheltenham – 12/5 (BetVictor)