League 2 Accumulator Tips: 7/1 Saturday fourfold

 | November 17 | 

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The international break has put an end to all but two fixtures across the top three tiers of English football which means that League Two takes centre stage once again. Below we’ve put together a 7/1 fourfold for you to consider this weekend. 

League 2 Accumulator Tips:

  • Wrexham to beat Accrington Stanley @ 21/20
  • Stockport to beat Colchester @ 4/11
  • Notts County to beat Bradford @ 5/6
  • Mansfield to beat Newport @ 2/5

Fourfold pays 7/1

Wrexham to beat Accrington Stanley @ 21/20

In my mind, there are four elite teams in League Two, who should finish in the top four places. It also happens that they are the four teams we have chosen in this weekend’s acca, starting with Wrexham.

Phil Parkinson’s side are now second in the form table over the last six games, having won five and drawn one. They are unbeaten in their last eleven games in all competitions and have got to grips with the level at a rapid pace. Now they are on the right track for a double-promotion, and a trip to Accrington provides their next test. Now Stanley are also in good form, but on paper, the Welsh side should have enough about them to get all three points.

Stockport to beat Colchester @ 4/11

League leaders Stockport have been the standout side in the division so far. They are top of the form table, having won their last 11 league games on the bounce. It’s a remarkable run of form for Dave Challinor’s men, who now look certain to be in the top three. 

They host Colchester, who have taken an upturn in form under new boss Matthew Etherington. He got the permanent job this week, but faces the toughest test League Two offers this weekend.

Notts County to beat Bradford @ 5/6

Notts County have lost their last two league matches without scoring but they have been tough away trips to Wrexham and Crewe. Now they return to home soil to host Bradford, and having won six of eight at Meadow Lane, will fancy their chances.

Luke Williams remains in charge despite speculation that he could leave for pastures new, and that’s a huge bonus for County. Meanwhile Bradford are drastically underperforming down in 18th, and their lengthy stint in this division looks set to continue. Home win.

Mansfield to beat Newport @ 2/5

The final pick of the fourfold comes as Mansfield host Newport. The away side have only won one of their last six while the Stags are unbeaten in their last six, winning four of those. This should be a relatively straightforward victory given the strength of the Mansfield squad, as they look to strengthen their grip on a top three place. 

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