Cheltenham have to win their final match of the campaign if they are to stand any chance of gaining automatic promotion and although they’d still be waiting on the result at Rotherham, the Robins, at 23/20 with BetVictor, can keep up their side of the bargain by seeing off Bradford.
The Bantams have done well to emerge from the pack and secure a play-off place but with that job done Phil Parkinson will be eyeing their first match in the end-of-season mini-tournament and this contest won’t be high on his list of priorities.
Currently in that crucial third spot are Rotherham, who will go up if they see off rock bottom Aldershot at the New York Stadium. The Shots are all but down given their inferior goal difference so it’s hard to envisage anything other than a defeat for them in South Yorkshire, where the Millers are home bankers at 2/5 (Sportingbet)
Alongside Aldershot in the relegation zone are AFC Wimbledon but as fellow strugglers Dagenham and York meet each other, the Dons know that victory at home to Fleetwood will keep them up.
That should be all the motivation the hosts need and at 4/5 (bet365) they’re a decent price to inflict a fourth straight defeat on the visitors, who look like they’re already on their summer holidays.
Treble on Cheltenham, Rotherham and AFC Wimbledon – 9/2 (BetVictor)