We’re going for another clean sweep as we look through the Football League and National League for the best bets
We’re not going to blow our own trumpet but well done if you followed last week’s tipping advice and made some money backing Stoke, Derby, Burton, Peterborough and Bromley.
This week, we have identified some more value in League One, League Two and the National League and we recommend doing trebles from five on the below along with an accumulator which pays 118/1 with BetVictor.
GILLINGHAM to beat Oldham @ 23/20 with BetVictor
Five matches at the Priestfield have led to five wins for Gillingham. Justin Edinburgh is enjoying himself at the Kent club and Tuesday’s 5-1 win over Fleetwood sets the team up nicely for the visit of Oldham.
The Latics are temporarily managed by David Dunn, with Oldham having drawn all four of their away matches although they could find it hard to tame a Gills team who have scored fourteen goals at home already.
EXETER to beat Newport County @ 9/5 with BetVictor
The Grecians recorded a surprise 2-1 win at Fratton Park on Tuesday and now visit the bottom club of League Two who have lost four of their five matches at home this season.
Terry Butcher seemed to have no answers as Crawley ran out 3-0 winners at Rodney Parade, with Exeter having won four of their last six matches and surely worth chancing at big odds.
CARLISLE to beat Stevenage @ 5/2 with BetVictor
Carlisle enjoyed a win at Leyton Orient on Tuesday and return south on Saturday to face a Stevenage side who have a meagre return of nine points from ten games played.
Teddy Sheringham has his work cut out at the Lamex Stadium and his team have lost their last three games, with Carlisle likely to have plenty of joy in front of goal.
ACCRINGTON to beat Oxford @ 2/1 with bet365
A big surprise to see Accrington at 2/1 to beat anyone considering that Stanley are riding high at the top of League Two. They are also unbeaten at The Crown Ground and we’re expecting it to continue on Saturday.
Oxford are deemed to be one of the better sides in the division, although they are two points worse off than Accrington coming into this game and have only won two of their five away matches.
CHELTENHAM to beat Halifax @ 6/5 with Coral
The Robins might have lost at home to Tranmere last weekend, although Cheltenham are one of the form teams in the National League and they can bounce back with a victory in Yorkshire.
Gary Johnson’s team recently won at Woking and then took the lead twice before drawing 2-2 with Forest Green. Halifax have won just once at home and sit 23rd in the table.