The international break doesn't stop League Two!
Crawley v Forest Green – Saturday 15:00
Forest Green have picked up form in recent weeks, earning three consecutive wins including their last two on the road at top-half sides Stevenage and Coventry. They’ve lost just once in five on their travels now, though they’ve only kept one clean sheet on the road all season. However, they face a Crawley side that are without a goal in four, whilst they’ve also lost six of their eight games on home turf this season – managing just a solitary strike in their last five. With this in mind, the hosts look worth taking on at 2.15, so we’re siding with a Forest Green draw no bet.
Stevenage v Notts County – Saturday 15:00
Stevenage are on the slide having lost four of their last five including a 7-1 hammering at Luton, though three of these defeats came on the road whilst at home they’ve won three of their last four. Their encounters at the Lamex Stadium certainly haven’t been short of entertainment as they’ve not fired a blank in eight there this term, resulting in six seeing at least three goals, while a leaky defence has meant both teams have scored in seven. Notts County have only failed to score once in their last seven on the road, and the league leaders shouldn’t have too much trouble doing so again as Stevenage have conceded 14 times in their last four overall.
Swindon v Chesterfield – Saturday 15:00
Swindon continue to blow hot or cold as they haven’t drawn any of their last 14 games, winning eight and losing six, though they’ll be confident it will be the former here given their opponents have managed just two wins all season and have lost seven of their last nine as they’ve been cut adrift at the foot of the table. However, Chesterfield have only lost by more than the solitary strike twice in their last 10, including 1-0 or 2-1 losses at the four current top-half sides they’ve faced in that time. Six of Swindon’s last eight wins have come to nil but we just prefer the winning margin against a Chesterfield side that are showing a few signs of improvement.