Rochdale have moved into the play-off places in League Two on the back of three straight victories and with Keith Hill’s men on a roll at present, they look to have been underestimated by bookies ahead of the visit of Wycombe to Spotland.
The Chairboys aren’t in terrible shape themselves but their progress was checked last week by a disappointing home draw against struggling York and ‘Dale are too big at 23/20 (bet365) to end the visitors’ five-match unbeaten run.
Hapless Accrington are still stuck on just one point at the foot of the table and unable to buy a win, James Beattie’s beleaguered side are easy to oppose as they make the long trip south Plymouth.
Admittedly the Pilgrims aren’t exactly tearing up trees but they’ve managed a couple of home victories already this term, against opposition stronger than Stanley and they’re worth an interest at 5/6 via William Hill.
Fleetwood meanwhile, have picked up three successive victories and there’s little reason to suggest the Cod Army won’t make it four in a row, at odds of 4/5 with Skybet, as they host Exeter.
Treble on Rochdale, Fleetwood & Plymouth – 11/2 (bet365)