As already noted by @bparkprophecies the price on Bristol Rovers has taken a bit of a hit but not too big a one to stop them being a bet. I have Rovers or The Gas as they are known in Brizzle as the 2nd best attacking team in this division, both home and away, behind Peterborough. Millwall have been pretty stingy at home conceding an average of just 7 shots per game to their opponents but that hasn’t stopped them conceding at least one goal in 6 of their 7 home fixtures.
Posh got turned over in their last home match by AFC Wimbledon but their overall level of form at home is very solid while Bolton have won their last three on the road and have an impressive record of conceding just five times in their 8 away games this season. Peterborough’s attack will test their defence more than most and at bigger than 2/1 are a fair bet at home.
Chesterfield have had a tough little run of fixtures at home and this task won’t be much easier against a Sheffield United team who have recovered from a poor start to the season to look like a likely promotion candidate. Chesterfield have lost their last 6 games without notching up a single goal which makes them sound anything like an obvious candidate for a bet. Odds of 4/1+ for a team that has won 3 of 8 at home has me thinking differently.