League One returns with a jam-packed fixture list and we have put together a treble for the weekend which is priced at 13/1. Here’s our picks for Saturday’s action.

League One Accumulator Tips

  • Exeter to beat Northampton Town @ EVS
  • Portsmouth to beat Wigan and BTTS @ 10/3
  • Lincoln City to beat Cheltenham Town @ 3/5

Treble pays 13/1

Exeter to beat Northampton Town at EVS

Gary Caldwell has done an amazing job with this Exeter side. They had a big overhaul of players over the summer but have hit the ground running and even beat Premier League Luton Town in the Carabao Cup in midweek. The one negative from that win was the sending off of Demetri Mitchell, which means he will miss this match, but I’m still happy to back the hosts. 

Northampton have lost two of their three away games this season and are likely to get dominated here. The Cobblers have lost five on the bounce now in all competitions and things don’t get any easier here. 

Portsmouth to beat Wigan and BTTS at 10/3

The league leaders remain unbeaten so far this season with five wins and four draws to their name. Pompey have won their last two matches and three of their past four, while goals have been easy to come by for John Mousinho’s men. They’ve conceded in each of those matches however and the trip to Wigan looks like another match they will concede in. 

Backing them to beat a Wigan side who conceded four goals to Bristol Rovers last time out, with BTTS, gives us a healthy price of 10/3 to add to our League One accumulator. 

Lincoln City to beat Cheltenham Town at 3/5

This pick isn’t really about Lincoln City at all. Even if Cheltenham were playing Betfred FC at the moment, I’d probably back them to lose, that’s how poor they’ve been so far this term. They’ve got eight of their nine games, and Darrell Clarke looks like he will be their next manager, although he is unlikely to be in the dugout this weekend. 

The players haven’t shown any form so far this term and although they will want to impress the incoming boss, they might find life tough here. Lincoln looked decent against West Ham in midweek and after a narrow defeat to Portsmouth, will be looking to dominate a weaker opponent. Home win. 

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