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Special League Two Acca – Saturday 13th November

This weekend, we were originally going to focus on the World Cup Qualifiers taking place on Saturday, however there are just five of those games taking place at that time this weekend and in truth, absolutely none of them offer me any appealing odds on an accumulator bet.

With that in mind, I decided to ditch those plans and instead turn my attention down to a division I have a bit of knowledge about, League Two. I follow this division pretty closely and the fact it is such a keenly fought division from top to bottom, does mean that you can get some pretty decent odds across the board.

So what I have done is put together a special fourfold accumulator from all the games taking place at 3pm on Saturday in League Two. Yes, it will be a bit different to normal, but I am as confident with this set of tips as I am with Premier League tips, and that is certainly a better feeling than I get with World Cup Qualifiers.

There are some interesting games this weekend including some clashes that could have a major impact on how the table looks come Saturday evening, with teams able to move up or down several places on the back of a single win or defeat.

Let’s take a closer look at my selection of tips for the games this weekend in League Two.

League Two Tips – Saturday 13th November

    • 12:00
    • Port Vale v Bradford City - Home Win
    • 3:00
    • Carlisle United v Barrow - Draw
    • 3:00
    • Exeter City v Oldham Athletic- Home Win
    • 3:00
    • Scunthorpe Utd v Salford City - Away Win
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 13th November

Port Vale v Bradford City – Home Win

Along with Exeter City, Port Vale are the form team in League Two at the moment having won four of their last five, drawing the other, while Bradford have only lost once in that same period, but they have drawn three of those games. The Bantams are a strong side but their form has often been erratic, especially on the road. and with Port Vale being at home and having striker James Wilson back in form, after a hattrick in the FA Cup last weekend, doubling his total of goals for the season, I think they are primed to keep up the pressure on league leaders Forest Green Rovers, who don’t play this weekend. It won’t be an easy one, but I am backing the Valiants to land the win here.

Carlisle United v Barrow – Draw

Carlisle have had a real struggle ahead of a rare Cumbrian derby game against Barrow and they sit in one of the two relegation places in League Two. Barrow’s form mirrors Carlisle over the last five games with both teams drawing two games, losing two and winning just the once, and both are without a win in their last four. Carlisle’s recent form is the worst in the division, with just three points taken from the last 24 available, but they have drawn two of their last three games. Barrow have an identical record over those last three games and they won’t worry too much taking on a team that have the third worst home record in the division. Given the stats, this one looks very much like a draw to me.

Exeter City v Oldham Athletic – Home Win

I’ve been very impressed with how Exeter have performed at times this season, they remain unbeaten at home and I can’t see any way that Oldham can break that record here, given how they have struggled for form all season long. One crumb of comfort for Oldham fans is that their away form is much better than their home, but the visitors are struggling in this division at the moment, their form is not great and they are taking on a team that has not been beaten in their last eight games in the league. As such, this should be a comfortable home win for the Devon side.

Scunthorpe United v Salford City – Away Win

Scunthorpe United sit right at the bottom of the table and have the second worst form over the last eight of any team in the division. Salford City are not much better with just three points more than the Irons over the same period but I do think that Salford are the better of the two teams. They have lost a number of narrow games this season. Scunthorpe’s confidence is really taking a bit of a hammering though and after a win in the FA Cup last week, Salford should be more confident. I think Gary Neville and co will be celebrating a narrow win here as they seek to move up the table.

Dean Wyatt

Author: Dean Wyatt

Dean Wyatt is the founder and editor here at Acca Nation. He’s been betting sports for over 20 years and is a profitable sports trader on the exchanges.

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