Accrington v Chesterfield – Saturday 15:00
Accrington ended a four-game losing streak with a win at Grimsby in their last outing and they’ll hope to put together consecutive victories for the first time in over two months here. Chesterfield have lost four of five winless games heading into this one, only scoring once in this run, whilst on the road they’ve been desperately poor as they’ve lost nine of 13 games. John Coleman’s side have had little trouble overcoming the bottom-six this term, winning five of six such games despite all but one coming on their travels. Having won three of their last five at the Wham Stadium, including against top-four sides Coventry and Wycombe, Accrington should have enough about them to overcome lowly Chesterfield.Bet £10 get £20
Forest Green v Port Vale – Saturday 15:00
Forest Green have lost six of seven winless games heading into this clash as they’ve sunk to the bottom of the table, and they come up against a Port Vale side heading in the opposite direction. The Valiants were a poor W1-D2-L8 at the start of the season, but have gone W8-D2-L5 since Neil Aspin took charge back in October. Forest Green have lost eight of their last 11 at the New Lawn, while each of their three victories there this season have come over teams below Port Vale in the table, so the visitors ought to come out on top here.
Grimsby v Morecambe – Saturday 15:00
Grimsby have lost three of five winless games and managed just the single goal, but home advantage gives them a decent chance of picking up all three points here. Morecambe’s only success on the road this term has been at strugglers Chesterfield and they’ve lost three of their last five away matches including defeats at the bottom-two, Forest Green and Barnet. Grimsby have won two of their last four on home turf and have won four of five unbeaten games versus the bottom-five this term, and so we’re siding with the hosts in this one.