The Football League Accumulator for March 9th dips into both the Championship and League Two, where there are some decent value punts. The treble pays 15.59 with BetVictor so read on to see the selections.
Football League Accumulator
Crystal Palace v Leeds
The Eagles boast a very good home record (twelve wins from eighteen), and their recent form is also excellent, with four wins on the bounce at Selhurst Park, with twelve goals flying in during those fixtures. Leeds though, lose 50% of their road games (nine from eighteen) and they have lost six of nine when travelling to sides in the top six. The visitors are also struggling for goals, with just four scored in the last five – with Palace scoring freely, the home win looks handily priced, even at odds on.
Crystal Palace Win 1.91 with BetVictor
Burton v Cheltenham
Burton have been very good at home all year, winning thirteen of eighteen. They have also won their last eight at home. Cheltenham look in decent form themselves (sitting 3rd), but the away form is quite patchy on closer inspection, and they have actually lost five of the last ten on their travels and only won twice. Albion were scoring plenty of goals before the defeat last time out at Bristol Rovers, and they will be anxious to get back on track.
Burton Win 2.4 with BetVictor
Chesterfield v Bristol Rovers
Chesterfield have a mediocre home record and look vulnerable with the visitors a big price. The hosts are struggling for goals, losing six of the last eleven and scoring eight goals during that run. They have already been beaten five times at home, including two of the last four. Visitors Bristol Rovers are on a steep upcurve, winning eight of the last thirteen, and three of the last six away. They look overpriced in the match odds market and are well worth a single bet. Here though, they go into the treble and boost the payout significantly.
Bristol Rovers Win 3.5 with Boylesports
All three selections offer solid value as singles, but the treble pays 15.59 with BetVictor and could bring some sunshine to what might otherwise be a very damp weekend.