Could this finally be the week the lads land their first joint acca. So far TJ has let the bet down in the past three weeks. Where as CB has had back to back doubles and will be looking for the hat-trick this week.
Exeter to beat Plymouth
This one will be close. Exeter now how the best form in the league, with 7 wins on the bounce, and they have climbed the table to 4th in doing so. Plymouth will be hard to beat, they sit 2nd in the table with a game in hand over Doncaster so have every chance of winning this league come May. But with the way Exeter are playing at the moment, they might well be fancying their chances also.
Yeovil to beat Leyton Orient
Anyone to beat Orient at the moment. They have not picked up a single point this year, and with the way they’re playing, it wouldn’t be a bad idea to back them to finish rock bottom; 92nd out of all professional teams. Yeovil will cherish being at home tomorrow, being the 6th best team at home in the league this year.
Leeds to beat Cardiff
Last weekend Leeds suffered defeat at the hands of local rivals Huddersfield in a clash which was marred by the two coaches antics at the end of the match. However Leeds have won 7 of the 9 games they have had after a defeat and I fancy them to make it 7 home win on the bounce.Cardiff have won just one of their last six away games and I can’t see them getting anything from West Yorkshire.
Mansfield to beat Hartlepool
Steve Evans has Mansfield heading for a full on assault on the play off places. They have won 3 of their last 4 home games, with all those wins coming to nil. They face a Hartlepool side without an away win for 10 matches. They need to start picking up points and quickly to avoid being dragged into a relegation battle. However I feel Mansfield will have too much for them on the day.
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