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Accrington to beat Shrewsbury

Accrington were beaten 2-0 away to MK Dons last weekend, but had won three straight league games prior to that.

John Coleman’s side have taken six points from their two home games and can make that nine when they host struggling opposition.

Shrewsbury, who will be without the suspended David Davis, came from behind to beat Gillingham last Saturday, but had lost four of four up to then.

Oxford to beat AFC Wimbledon

Oxford are third in League One after five games, only outside the automatic promotion spots on goal difference.

Karl Robinson’s side bounced back from a 2-1 defeat at Bolton to beat fellow promotion-chasers Lincoln 3-1 last weekend.

Wimbledon are winless since the opening day, drawing three and losing one of their four league games.

Bradford to beat Walsall

Bradford City were deservedly beaten 2-0 at Leyton Orient last weekend, which was their first defeat of the season.

But the Bantams have won two out of two at Valley Parade so far, including a 4-1 victory over Stevenage last time out.

Walsall are fourth-bottom with four points from five matches.

Colchester to beat Sutton

Sutton are bottom of League Two with just two points.

The Us were beaten 2-1 by previously pointless Oldham last weekend and are yet to win a game in the EFL.

Colchester come into this on a three-match unbeaten run in the league, which includes a creditable 1-1 draw at home to promotion-chasers Mansfield in their last home game.

Swindon to beat Stevenage

Swindon come into this having won back-to-back games against fancied sides Salford and Mansfield.

Ben Garner’s side are fourth in the table, with just goal difference separating them from the automatic promotion places.

Stevenage have taken one point in their last three matches, which includes a 4-1 pasting away to Bradford last month.

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