League Two returns this weekend and with a full fixture list, we’ve picked out a tasty-looking 10/1 treble for you to consider. All matches kick-off at 15:00 on Saturday, and we have tried to pick out a winner below.
Wrexham to beat Gillingham @ 8/13
I wasn’t as keen on Wrexham as many were at the start of the season, but over a quarter of the way into the season, they have proven themselves to be one of the elite teams at this level. Phil Parkinson has adjusted to life in the fourth tier and his side still boast the same attacking threat that they showed in the National League.
The Welsh side have now climbed to third in the league, a position that would secure automatic promotion to League One at the end of the season. They are also unbeaten in their last ten games, and second in the form table over the last six games, while Elliot Lee is in fine goalscoring form. They host Gillingham, a team who have lost four of their last six and are likely to struggle here.
Stockport to beat Swindon @ 19/20
Stockport are the best team in the league, simple as that. Dave Challinor’s team should win the title and have now won 12 games in a row in all competitions. That run has put them five points clear at the top and it shows no sign of ending, despite the serious injury Louis Barry suffered a couple of weeks ago.
Swindon are not easy opponents, having won five from seven at home this season, and are one of the best goalscorers teams in the league. The battle between Jake Young and Isaac Olaofe, two incredible forwards who are both on 11 league goals so far, will certainly be one to watch, but I believe the odds on Stockport to win are generous, given their quality and impressive run of form.
Morecambe to beat Grimsby @ 9/4
The odds on Morecambe to beat Grimsby this weekend caught my eye, and boosted this treble to 10/1. The Shrimpers are 9/4 to win away on Saturday, despite losing just one of their last ten games in all competitions. They did lose their last league match, 1-0 at Barrow, but despite that, they lie third in the form table over the past six games, having won four on the bounce before that loss.
Grimsby meanwhile are in dismal form, and haven’t won since the 3rd October. They’ve lost their last four league games on the bounce and even failed to beat Slough Town last time out in the FA Cup. I simply can’t understand why they are favourites to beat Morecambe this weekend, given what we have seen so far.
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