Wigan, Plymouth and Coventry all to win: £10 at 8/1*

With nine victories from their last 12 away games, Wigan should notch another win at League One’s bottom side.

Plymouth are bang in form with seven wins from eight and are a great price at faltering Charlton, while Coventry should take advantage of Grimsby’s 17-match winless run.



Gillingham to win or draw and Coventry to win: £10 at 2/1*

The Football League isn’t my strong point, so I’m playing it safe and hoping to maintain some momentum after last week’s 9/2 win.

I’ve been reliably informed that Bradford are a sinking ship, and a run of 11 games without a win in all competitions is enough to convince me that Gillingham double chance is worth a bet.

Coventry also look like good value at home to a Grimsby side that haven’t won a game in 2018.



Coventry to win, AFC Fylde to score over 1.5 goals v Dagenham & Redbridge, Albion v Alloa Athletic BTTS: £5 at 9/2*

Grimsby have lost 12 of their last 17 matches, and will surely struggle at in-form Coventry.

AFC Fylde have netted 13 goals in their last three games, while both teams have scored in 79 per cent of Albion’s matches this season.

Plymouth, Fleetwood and Scunthorpe to win: £5 at 14/1*

Plymouth are on a fantastic run, so have a good chance at Charlton, who are in turmoil at the moment.

Fleetwood have picked up since appointing John Sheridan last month, while a win is around the corner for Scunthorpe after recent improvements against Wigan and Shrewsbury.



Wycombe to beat Port Vale and Albion v Alloa Athletic BTTS: £10 at 2/1*

I am relying exclusively on my colleagues’ tips for this weekend.

Tom Clee made a convincing case for Wycombe to beat Port Vale. The home side have won back-to-back matches, while their opponents are without a win in 13 games.

Adam Drury assures me that both teams will score in Albion v Alloa. Seven of Albion’s last eight home matches have been BTTS, while Alloa’s last five fixtures have finished 5-3, 1-2, 1-2, 2-2 and 2-2.



Gillingham and Plymouth to win or draw, Coventry and Wycombe both to win: £10 at 8/1*

Plymouth and Gillingham were both in the bottom four in December, but now find themselves in play-off contention – one, admittedly, more than the other – after superb second halves of the season.

Argyle have lost just one of their last 17 and the Gills two of their last 15, so both can be relied upon to avoid defeat against two sides that are slowly falling out of the promotion picture altogether.

Charlton have won just one in eight while Bradford are winless in 11, losing nine.

Coventry and Wycombe also look like home bankers in League Two, for reasons outlined in Don’t Speculate.


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