Back Adam Drury's 49/1 acca, which includes football tips from Saturday's games in League One and League Two.
Burton to beat Accrington Stanley
Burton are up to ninth in League One after winning five of their last six league matches.
Nigel Clough’s side have won four consecutive league games at the Pirelli Stadium, scoring nine goals and conceding three.
Accrington suffered the ignominy of losing to a dreadful Southend team last weekend, their third consecutive league defeat.
Crawley to beat Grimsby
Grimsby won their first two matches under Ian Holloway at the start of the month.
However, having lost the shot and xG count in both (experimental361), it’s no surprise the Mariners have taken one point from their last two matches, deservedly being beaten 1-0 by Exeter last weekend.
Crawley have taken seven points from top-10 sides Northampton, Forest Green and Bradford in their last three matches at the People’s Pension Stadium and rank top for shots per League Two home game.
Newport to beat Leyton Orient
Newport have won back-to-back matches and are unbeaten in four games.
That run includes an impressive victory in their last away game at Scunthorpe, while they beat league-leaders Swindon last time out.
Leyton Orient have won one of their last 17 matches in all competitions and have taken fewer shots than their opponents in five of their last six league games.
Mansfield to beat Bradford
Mansfield’s recent performances have been much better than results suggest.
In their last three games, Graham Coughlan’s side have dominated in a 1-0 defeat to Grimsby, conceded deep into injury-time to lose to Forest Green and had the better of the first half before falling to defeat at in-form Plymouth.
An overdue victory can come against Bradford, who have failed to win in any of their last eight away games.
Plymouth to beat Stevenage
Plymouth have won five of their last six matches, scoring three goals in each of their last three.
Ryan Lowe’s side have won three consecutive games on the road, with only Swindon picking up more League Two points since the beginning of November.
Stevenage haven’t scored in any of their last four home games, only beating Grimsby and Morecambe at the Lamex Stadium this season.
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