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Coventry City v Walsall
Coventry to win and BTTS – 21/5 – Coral
League One hosts a few cracking ties this weekend and this is one of them, as I predict Coventry to put a stop to Walsall’s seven match unbeaten run.
If Coventry hadn’t suffered a ten point deduction at the start of the season, the Sky Blues would be just out side the play off places with victory here seeing them leap frog their Midlands rivals.
With the advantage of being at home, I can see City scraping a narrow victory but conceding along the way. Against the bigger sides, the Sky Blues seem to raise their performance and have already beaten Leyton Orient, 3-1 and Peterborough, 4-2, in recent times.
Both ties would have fulfilled the market we are aiming at today. Of their 14 matches at home, Coventry have scored 32 goals as well as conceding 29. Goals scored have mainly come in the way of Leon Clarke (15 goals), Calum Wilson (14 goals) and Franck Moussa (11 goals). Expect a couple of these to get involved in the goal scoring on Saturday afternoon.
The above mentioned seven game undefeated record that Walsall currently hold is an envious run but I believe they wont have enough to hold on to that here.
I do expect the Saddlers to score though, as not only have they scored 13 goals in those seven ties but Coventry have also conceded in they’re previous 12 ties having kept a clean sheet just twice at home this season. Walsall too has a goal scorer in Craig Westcarr who has reached double figures so watch out for that man to grab another.
Rotherham v Leyton Orient
Leyton Orient to win and BTTS – 21/5 – Coral
Another beauty of a match up, is 5th placed Rotherham taking on the side in second spot, Leyton Orient. Rotherham really have over achieved this season as have their opposition, and a play off place is now looking more and more realistic for the Yorkshire outfit.
Up against Orient, it’s likely to be too much of an ask and I am predicting an away win. Rotherham have actually struggled at home, having won just four of their 14 games, although they have scored 25 goals in those ties.
It is their outstanding away record of nine victories from 14 which has left them in contention for promotion. Former Everton trainee Kieran Agard is the Millers top scorer with 11 goals and they will be relying on him to come up with the goods. It is also worth noting that Rotherham’s last six home games have resulted in BTTS.
Leyton Orient are showing no sign of slowing down and have now mounted up four wins on the trot, their last being a convincing 2-0 against a strong Coventry outfit. The O’s also haven’t suffered defeat on the road for eight games and boast the best away record in League One having won 10 of their 15 matches.
Pair all that with Rotherham’s poor home record, everything is pointing to an Orient win here. 57 goals in 27 matches is quite the record and there is no doubt that this tally will be added to on Saturday.
Rochdale v Dagenham & Redbridge
Rochdale to win and BTTS – 27/10 – Coral
This tie has goals written all over it and I trust the impressive Rochdale will come out on top.
Almost three quarters of games that Rochdale have been involved in have seen three goals or more fired in and more often than not they have been scored for Dale. Currently in 4th spot and just four points away from Chesterfield in first, promotion back to League One is very much a possibility.
Winning games at home will be a vital contributor and this looks like it has another three points with their name on it. Rochdale have the best home record in League Two with 10 wins from 14 and a 2-0 win over Leeds United in the FA Cup earlier in the month shows the quality this side possesses. I am expecting them to be involved in the title race as well as picking up three points on Saturday.
So what chance do Dagenham & Redbridge have? Well, not much you would think especially as they have conceded in all but one away game this season but saying that they have only failed to score twice on the road and that is from 14 ties.
The Daggers have recently played some of the bigger sides and despite not winning, they have given them good games and scored goals.
Chesterfield who lead the division were held to a 1-1 draw at the end of December and Oxford United won 2-1 which would have fulfilled today’s bet and just last week back at home, the Essex outfit drew 3-3 with second place Scunthorpe. So despite not beating any of these sides they have scored goals and five of their previous six away games have seen both teams score with no wins for the Daggers. Expect them to find a consolation on the end of another loss.