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This week, Adam Drury is in the hotseat.



Peterborough’s last two matches have finished 3-2 and 3-3, with at least one team scoring three or more goals in five of their last seven.

Lincoln returned to form with a 2-0 victory over Sunderland last week, while BTTS has landed in all of their last six away games.

Morecambe are in horrible nick, losing six of their last eight matches.

They are marginally better at home than away, but Bradford – who have scored in every away game and beat Swindon 2-1 last week – should still win this.

Bosnia have scored 11 goals in their last four home matches, with this bet landing in all of them.

Finland have only beaten Estonia, Armenia and Liechtenstein in their last eight away games, with this bet landing in four of the other five.



That £25 qualifier bet looks solid, so I’m going to take a few more risks with my first free fiver.

A defeat feels imminent for Blackpool, who have lost the shot and xG count in both of their last two matches.

Rotherham whacked Coventry 4-0 last Saturday, and are a nice bet to take that form to Bloomfield Road.

Carlisle have drawn two of their six home league matches this season, with two more of them being decided by one goal.

A draw looks a good bet against Crewe, whose last three games have all finished 1-1.

Scunthorpe have picked up creditable draws against Bradford and Plymouth in their last two matches, so I think they can claim an overdue victory here.

Northampton rank third-bottom for shots on goal per away game, while also conceding the second-most.

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