RITB Acca 04/02/17

The boys are back again looking to land their first acca of the blog.

CB’s Picks:

Plymouth to beat Cambridge

Plymouth are 2nd in the League and they’ve picked up exactly half of their 54 points away, so they don’t hate travelling. They may have lost to Yeovil mid-week, but they’re sure to bounce back playing a Cambridge side that haven’t won a game since the 2nd of January. You’ve got to love a good away selection to get those odds up.

Carlisle to beat Leyton Orient

Promotion fighters versus relegation scrappers; there’s surely only one winner there. Carlisle haven’t won a game in the league in 2017 yet, but I would back them to start February with a win here. Their opposition have the worst home form in the league, having only picked up 10 points at Brisbane Road.

TJ’s Picks

Wolves to beat Burton

In form Wolves travel to Burton side who hate playing at home in recent weeks. They have lost five on the bounce at the Pirelli. In contrast Wolves, have won four of their last five and spent £13 million on star winger Helder Costa last week. If the start this game as they have others in recently this on could be over by half time.

Bradford to beat Gillingham

Unbeaten at home this season Bradford splashed out on deadline day to bring in some more firepower in the shape of Carlisle striker Charlie Wyke. This is much needed as the Bantams have a knack of not finishing games off having drawn a league high thirteen games so far, this season. On the other hand, the Gills are in dreadful form having won just twice in their last ten matches.

The acca this week pays 23/1 with BetFred.

 

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