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L1, L2, and Scottish Predictions > Jan 12th

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swindon hate playing at home. they won only 4 from 13 home games. lincoln won't be too downhearted about losing to everton in cup. i think they will win

would anyone back against carlisle? 6 wins in a row and scored 20 goals but will they as motivated again?  their run is going to stop at some point

i have been disappointed by colchester over the december fixtures. only 1 win in 6 speaks of poor form. they were touted as promotion candidates. port vale is scrapping for points and this match won't be easy for them

there is suddenly a lease of life from cambridge who were thumped 6-0 before winning their following fixture against stevenage. i don't believe their form will keep up. they have been terrible on their travels and notts county is poor as well managing only to scrap for draws 

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league two

Oldham x Forest Green

1 units

OVER 2.5 @ 2.02 SBOBET


I hope a match with very opportunidy of goals,because oldham needs to win for up to play off's zone to league one,whilst

forest needs the points for promotion's zone to league one.Besides both have good attack and the deffense is'nt very good(mostly Oldham).

min odd: @ 1.70


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Coventry vs AFC Wimbledon

The stand-out clash in League One due to the value being thrown around is this relatively low-key encounter between mid-table Coventry and bottom-placed club AFC Wimbledon in a 3pm kick-off this Saturday from the Ricoh Arena. The odds on a home win are quite long and I'll explain why I think they should still be backed.

Coventry have had troubles in the scoring department lately. Mark Robins has guided his team to a respectable 8th place but having only hit the net 12 times in their last 12 league games. It was clear they need a scorer and the signing of Wolves youngster Bright Enobakhare could be the solution to their problems.

AFC Wimbledon are wallowing at the foot of the table. Neal Ardley has gone and fortunes have improved slightly under new manager Wally Downes but is it too little, too late? The Dons have won 2, drawn 2, and lost 2 in the league since Downes took over. The club is still 5 points adrift from safety but it would appear they're not the walkover that they had been earlier in the season.

I'd still back the home side here. Coventry have won 3 of their last 4 league games and have a solid home record. The extended odds combined with the signing of Enobakhare, a player I have rated for a while, means I can see them being great value for the win here.

Coventry to Win @ 2.10 with MarathonBet

Total Goals Scored Under 2.5 @ 1.67 with Betfred

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Team that have caught my eye recently that I don't think the bookies have caught up with yet are Carlisle. They are currently 2/1 to win away at Northampton who are in poor form although they do seem to be draw specialists.

Carlisle are in 5th place and have won seven away league games so far this season and no other team in this league have won more. They are in good form with victories in all of their last six matches. I was more confident until I realised  their manager resigned recently  and they don't seem to have been as solid under their interim manager. Northampton have only won 3 home games this season & have not won any of their last five matches.

Odds look wrong to me. 2/1 considering form is great price for Carlisle.

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21 hours ago, StevieDay1983 said:

Coventry vs AFC Wimbledon

Coventry have had troubles in the scoring department lately. Mark Robins has guided his team to a respectable 8th place but having only hit the net 12 times in their last 12 league games. It was clear they need a scorer and the signing of Wolves youngster Bright Enobakhare could be the solution to their problems.


If coventry look to Bright for goals they are in trouble. Terrible player. Quick, but useless.

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Bury vs MK Dons

It's a top-of-the-table clash in League Two this weekend when 3rd placed Bury welcome 2nd placed MK Dons to Gigg Lane for this Saturday afternoon 3pm kick-off. It could have a big say on the promotion aspirations of these two clubs but with the home team possessing such a strong record it seems like a decent bet to back the home win.

Bury are flying under Ryan Lowe this season. The club are in 3rd place but the teams around them have games in hand. Automatic promotion is surely the aim but they'll need to keep winning if they are to remain in the top three come the end of the season. That means winning crucial games like this against the teams around them.

MK Dons are sat one place above Bury in the table and also have two games in hand on the Shakers. However, this game stands out as a weakness for them because their away form has been bang average this season. Can I see them coming to Gigg Lane in a game of this magnitude and taking all three points?

Not only is the home form of Bury making them appear to be decent value but the recent form of both teams is favouring the home side. Bury are unbeaten in their last three league games including earning back-to-back victories in their last two league games. On the contrary, MK Dons have only managed 1 win in their last 4 league games.

Bury Draw No Bet @ 1.83 with MarathonBet

BTTS @ 1.80 with RedZone

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Accrington v Bristol Rovers

Rejuvenated Rovers travel to Accrington who are very inconsistent. Graham Coughlan has fired up the team since taking over from Darryl Clarke.

4 wins and a draw from 6 games, latterly a 1-2 win at Northampton in the mickey mouse cup.(Only loss 2-1 away to Sunderland). Should be good value for a draw tomorrow even though Accy have had the Indian sign over Rovers in recent years.

Draw @ 3.60 Bet365/Matchbook (3.62 Marathonbet but can anyone get more than £1 on?!)


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Barnsley v Bradford City

Barnsley: Jack Walton (2/0 2nd goalkeeper)

Bradford City: Kelvin Mellor (14/0 m), Sean Scannell (10/0 m), Jordon Gibson (11/0 f), Alex Jones (2/0 f), Jake Reeves (0/0 m), Tyrell Robinson (2/0 f, suspended by the club)


Fleetwood Town v Oxford United

Fleetwood Town: Ched Evans (23/9 f, 2nd top scorer, suspended), Tommy Spurr (4/0 d)

Oxford United: Ricky Holmes (16/3 f), Jamie Mackie (23/2 f)(both doubtful), Shandon Baptiste (9/0 m), Rob Hall (2/0 f), Jon Obika (11/1 f), Cameron Brannagan (24/2 m, suspended), Samir Carruthers (5/0 m)


Bury FC v Milton Keynes Dons

Bury FC: Jermain Beckford (1/0 f)

Milton Keynes Dons: Joe Walsh (15/1 d), Callum Brittain (17/0 m), Ryan Harley (2/1 m)


Exeter City v Morecambe FC

Exeter City: Craig Woodman (13/0 d), James Oates (0/0 d), Lee Holmes (20/2 m)(all doubtful), Jayden Stockley (25/16 f, top scorer, left the club), Hiram Boateng (14/0 m), Luke Croll (13/0 d), Troy Brown (4/0 d)

Morecambe FC: A-Jay Leitch-Smith (25/6 f, top scorer), Josef Yarney (21/0 d, left the club), Barry Roche (15/0 first goalkeeper), Aaron Wildig (19/1 m), Andy Fleming (9/1 m), Lamin Jagne (2/0 m), James Sinclair (1/0 d)


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Exeter close fireguns ??????. For me is the biggest mistake for Exeter this season. To give best top scorer Jayden Stockley to Preston this time period. For me cut-off hopes at the half to fight play-offs. I believe Forward line destroyed with this move. It may indicate that the team maybe not interested yet this year.

Morecambe six points up from the relagation zone and i believe the problem is the defense line. At the last four away games lost the three but against top teams. So how can react against team without good striker and with the points rope around her neck. Lost Leitch-Smith with injury but continue to have power in attack line.

I believe we have a straight match here but for me the hopes turn to the Morecambe. We have great odds and there is no chance to not risk at this away team. Medium stake and wait to see how the team react.

AWAY WIN (5.00)

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Accrington Stanley continous to lose positions from the top. The last two games without goals and without striker Zanzala giving big attack problems. Near to this an unstable defense line with 7 goals negative liability in the last two games. Six loan players leave team last month and makes the problem bigger.

From the other side the "Pirates" need points to move away from the relagation zone. Great last serries of win points and better goal difference from Stanley at this moment. Rovers continues with Hard game program and need desperately points to take morale for the future.

I believe Bristol Rovers giving high level passion in this match for points, is in better condition and closer to away win.

AWAY WIN (3.10)

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