We focus on League One and Two for this Saturday's 15/1 four-fold!
Barnsley v Wycombe
My first pick should be fairly straightforward: Barnsley to beat Wycombe at home.
The Tykes are 2nd in League One, winning eight and drawing three of their last 11. I can’t see Wycombe causing them much undue worry at Oakwell, particularly considering Barnsley are unbeaten there all season – winning their last five.
It’s looking like a mid-table finish for The Chairboys, who have lost three of their last five on the road.
This should be a solid Barnsley win.
Fleetwood v Luton
Luton are another League One club who are absolutely flying; no Nathan Jones, no problem.
The Hatters are rampant: five straight wins, unbeaten in 19, top of the league and goals galore. This is turning into a special season.
This said, Fleetwood are in decent form themselves. Joey Barton’s side have three wins in four, though two of these victories came against Bradford and Wimbledon – two very, very poor sides.
More encouragingly for this acca, Fleetwood have just one win in their last four at Highbury – losing twice – giving me confidence this strong Luton outfit will do the business.
Oxford v Peterborough
Though Peterborough are 13 places and 16 points above Oxford in League One, I’m backing the latter to prevail on Saturday.
The Posh are on a pretty miserable run which has seen them drop out of the play-offs (two points from their last five matches), and with three defeats in their last five on the road, Oxford will be licking their lips.
The U’s are unbeaten in five, despite facing Portsmouth, Barnsley and Sunderland – three of the top four – and that’s why I believe they have enough to turn over Peterborough at home.
Grimsby v Cheltenham
My final pick is in League Two, where Grimsby are an incredible price to beat Cheltenham at home.
The Mariners have won seven of their last nine home matches, and are currently on a three-match winning streak. Why they’re 34/25 I’ll never know, particularly because they’re eight points above Saturday’s visitors in the table, who have also lost their last three away games on the spin without scoring.