After an unlucky weekend where we were just pipped of taking a clean sweep, we are back on Tuesday with English League action.
The treble pays exactly 5/1 with BetVictor
BetVictor. Good luck with your bets tonight.
Peterborough Vs Barnsley
The Tykes head to the Abax stadium where they are looking to build on their win at the weekend at Oldham. Graham Westley’s Peterborough will have something to say about that as they look at generating a fourth straight win.
Peterborough has been inundated with goals in their games. Eight of the last nine games spanning back to the beginning of October having match outcomes of three or more goals makes this a strong candidate.
Barnsley on the other hand in the same period has had results of three or more in eight of the last twelve. The Tykes know how to score as they have averaged over a goal and conceded over two a game on the road this term. Peterborough’s home form in contrast has averaged exactly four goals in nine played.
The price of three or more under the Abax lights is 4/6, which with the statistics and current form is reasonable filler for the treble.
Advised bet: Over 2.5 goals at 1.65 with BetVictor
Wimbledon Vs Dagenham
A London derby is one factor the teams have in common. East versus South London as Dagenham is welcomed to Kingsmeadow.
Neil Ardley’s Wimbledon will be looking to solidify their position in eighth at present versus a Dagenham side rock bottom of League two.
Although the stats are not the strongest for this game, there will be some good following as fans look to create a respectable atmosphere under the lights in Kingston Tuesday night. Dagenham have some of the best away stats for an over two goal play with all but one game landing on the road this season.
In contrast Wimbledon has been more conservative for goals at home. We have a side led by Wayne Burnett desperate to lift his team off the foot of League two and could achieve this with a win if Yeovil do not get a result. Dagenham have their only win of the season on the road, so that can generate some confidence in trying to get a result.
Looking at this game, Dagenham should stick to playing their fluid style of football, look to break down the Wimbledon defence and exploit their weaknesses. If Dagenham can emulate the stats of netting nearly two-thirds of their goals in the first half this bet should see over’s. Wimbledon will rely on the fact the R’s have conceded in all but one away game this term.
To win games will require goals, and I see both teams to net in this one, but feel Burnett’s Dagenham side will leave frustratingly shy of three points but not without a fight.
I see three or four goals in this one, and just shy of evens, for three or more is the bet.
Advised bet: Over 2.5 goals at 1.87 with BetVictor
Accrington Vs Hartlepool
This game has some positive stats around it, as Ronnie Moore’s Hartlepool look to overcome their last game defeat. This will be a tall task as hosts Accrington look to make it a sixth game unbeaten.
John Coleman’s Hartlepool should have done their homework to figure out the best form of defence to get a result from Accrington. Hartlepool can depend on hotshot Billy http://www.toepunter.com/wp-admin/post-new.phpPaynter to add to his season tally of seven. The recent tendency of both sides is conceding, with the hosts conceding ten in the last six with the visitors leaking one less on nine.
The bet of taking over two goals in the match is on the basis of although Accrington are in fourth, all home games since the end of August have all landed and four from seven from the visitors.
Hartlepool should be good for a goal in the game, which they have done in four of the last six, whereas the host have netted two or more in five of the last six. Again under the lights at the Crown ground, both sides need the win for their own reasons and three or more is likely in this one.
Advised bet: Over 2.5 goals at 1.91 with BetVictor
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