League Two is back this weekend and so we’ve got a hefty dose of fixtures to pick an accumulator from. I’ve picked out a treble from Saturday’s matches for you to consider.

League Two Accumulator Tips

  • Notts County to beat Mansfield Town @ 23/20
  • Stockport County to beat Harrogate Town @ 4/6
  • Crewe Alexandra to beat Tranmere @ 9/10

Treble pays 6/1

Notts County to beat Mansfield Town @ 23/20

Never back the early kick-off? Nah, I’m not frightened of this one. The Magpies have been sensational so far this season and currently sit top of League Two. They’ve been the most exciting team in the division to watch, having scored 27 and conceded 21 in their 12 matches so far. 

They’ve got so much attacking quality in the form of David McGoldrick, Jodi Jones and Macaulay Langstaff, that teams in the fourth tier simply don’t know how to deal with them. This should be a thrilling encounter as the two local rivals meet on Sky Sports, but County can thrill us all again with another home win. 

Stockport County to beat Harrogate Town @ 4/6

With seven wins from their last seven, Stockport County are the form team in League Two at this current moment in time. The Hatters were pre-season candidates for the title, and now they are showing the rest of the league just how good they truly are. With the likes of Isaac Olaofe on fire, they are currently able to beat every side they face. 

After a midweek win over Salford, Harrogate should be easy pickings, despite a slight upturn in form from Simon Weaver’s side. This should be one way traffic for 90 minutes.

Crewe Alexandra to beat Tranmere Rovers @ 9/10

Tranmere Rovers have now got Nigel Adkins in interim charge, however they have underperformed this season. They came from behind to secure a 2-2 draw with Grimsby, but they come up against a Crewe side this weekend that are in fine fettle. The Railwaymen have picked up 11 points from their last six matches, and importantly are unbeaten at home in the league so far.

They should have beaten Wrexham away from home before conceding an injury time equaliser and all the signs are there that Lee Bell’s side could compete for the play-offs this term. It has been a positive start, and they can continue their good form here. 


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