League Two leaders Swindon possess the best home record in the football league, having won 16 and drawn three of their 20 matches at the Country Ground and those statistics make the Robins hard to oppose on their own patch, whoever they come up against.
Northampton are the next visitors and although the Cobblers have steadied the ship impressively in recent weeks, to move away from danger at the foot of the table, Aidy Boothroyd’s men will have to step up another level if they are to prevent Swindon racking up yet another success in front of their own supporters.
Paulo Di Canio’s side are a banker then at 1/2 via Boylesports and they aren’t the only team towards the top of the division that looks primed for a home victory.
Southend and Shrewsbury both harbour automatic promotion ambitions as the season reaches it’s climax and they will both be acutely aware of the importance of taking maximum points from matches in their own backyard.
For the Shrimpers, bet365’s 4/6 favourites, mid-table AFC Wimbledon should be an ideal opponent given their inconsistency and the fact that they have nothing to play for while the Shrews are a safe-looking 8/13 via BetVictor against to see-off a struggling Bradford outfit with a terrible record on the road.
Treble on Swindon, Southend & Shrewsbury – 3/1 (Boylesports)