RITB Acca 18/02

Only one winner last week, and that was one of TJ’s (finally). Can they do better this week?
TJ’s Picks 

Norwich to beat Burton

The Canaries are one of the form teams in the league. They are scoring goals for fun with nine scored in their last three matches. Last time out they faced a flying Newcastle side and put in a very strong performance and were unlucky not to take all three points. They face a Burton who have won just one of their last six at home and are sliding down the table. Even with the Injuries Norwich have I can’t see them leaving without all three points.

Bradford and Bolton Draw

Bradford host Bolton this weekend in a clash of two promotion chasers. Both haven’t been in the best form in recent weeks with Bradford drawing four of their last five home games. The January signing of Charlie Wyke boosted Bradford’s fire power. Bolton have struggled since the sale of Zach Clough in January to Nottingham Forest. They have picked up in their last two matches winning both of them. However I can see draw specialists Bradford taking something from the game.

CB’s Picks 

Blackpool to beat Crewe 

Crewe have picked up less than a point a game away this season so, despite winning their last two games, you have to think they’ll struggle at Bloomfield Road. Blackpool haven’t lost at home since their 1st game of 2017, and are six places above the travellers. I don’t usually bet for the team I support, but they have to be fancied here.

Doncaster to beat Luton

Doncaster’s recent lack of form has blown the title race wide open; if Plymouth win their game in hand they’ll be level on points. However, Doncaster are at the Keep Moat this weekend and are the strongest team by far at home this season in League Two. Luton aren’t bad when they travel, but it’s hard to forget about that home advantage.

22/1 at Paddy Power. £5 would pay £115

@TomSJohnson

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