Southend vs Torquay:
Torquay have been in this mess before and dug their way out of it, and they are my outside bet for a half stake to win at Southend. Their away results have been poor but they are running teams much closer in spite of the scorelines. For them to sneak this is not beyond the realms of possibility, and certainly within that of $4.6 put up by SPORTINGBET.COM.AU this weekend.
Exeter vs Accrington:
Two teams who look to have hauled themselves out of the mire should produce a good game at the real St. James’s Park. Accrington’s spirit has caught the eye since their diabolical start to the season, and they’ve given good games to Dagenham and Redbridge and Rochdale on the road of late. Exeter’s turn in form to the good make them too good to oppose at the prices but both teams to score is worth a snifter.
Hartlepool vs Cheltenham:
Until Tuesday night’s horror show against Mansfield, Hartlepool had been in great shape at home, but their loss of a couple of key players may tell on them at this stage of the season. Cheltenham often play as well away as they do at home judging by their shots statistics, and this looks like a a game that could go either way. For that reason the $3.25 that BET365.COM.AU make them looks like good value.
Mansfield vs AFC Wimbledon:
The real Dons are a more resilient outfit of late than they had been earlier in the season, and could deal a blow to the Stags who are often shaky at home. Wimbledon had a man sent off in the first half at Northampton in the week, yet still came back to steal a late draw, and have fared well against top opponents in recent weeks. $3.3 with SPORTINGBET.COM.AU make them about the most attractive bet in this league.