Football League – Goals value found in Tuesday night’s card

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FOOTBALL LEAGUE expert Mark O’Haire (@MarkOHaire) returns to share his favourite fancies from Tuesday’s coupon.

Plymouth v Wimbledon | Tuesday 13th February 2018, 19:45

Plymouth

  • Plymouth won 2-1 away at second-placed Shrewsbury on Saturday to make it 27 points from a possible 36 since the start of December (W8-D3-L1).
  • No League One club has picked up more points than Plymouth in that sample.
  • Plymouth have lost only three of their past 19 League One matches.
  • Plymouth won the shot count 15-6 at Shrewsbury on Saturday.
  • Plymouth have scored in 19 of their past 21 League One matches.
  • Plymouth have kept four clean sheets in their last nine League One games.

Wimbledon

  • Wimbledon have lost three games on the trot, including against fellow relegation-battlers Bury and Northampton in their most recent outings.
  • Wimbledon have lost half of their 16 away games this season.
  • Wimbledon have scored more than once in only three of their 16 away games.

Plymouth draw no bet (7/10 BetVictor)

Accrington v Crewe | Tuesday 13th February 2018, 19:45

Accrington

  • Accrington have W7-D0-L1 of their last 8 League Two games, including winning each of their last four home outings.
  • Accrington have won 10 of 15 home League Two encounters this term, scoring at least twice in nine of those matches.
  • Accrington have averaged 2.30 goals per-game in their last 10 league matches.
  • Accrington have won all eight meetings with the bottom-six this season, scoring 2.50 goals per-game.

Crewe

  • Crewe have lost 19 of their last 27 League Two matches.
  • Crewe have lost 12 of 15 away League Two matches and 16 of their previous 20 away games across all competitions.
  • Crewe have lost 11 of 11 matches away at teams in 18th and above, conceding 2.36 goals per-game on average.

Accrington to win (4/5 BetVictor)

Wycombe v Swindon | Tuesday 13th February 2018, 19:45

Wycombe

  • Wycombe have scored 60 league goals – only Luton (68) have more in the Football League this season.
  • Wycombe have fired in more shots on-target than all of their divisional rivals.
  • Wycombe have scored in 25 of their 31 League Two matches but only managed to keep seven clean sheets.
  • Wycombe’s league games are averaging 3.35 goals per-game with 22 (71%) banking in the Over 2.5 Goals column and 16 (52%) recording Over 3.5 Goals.
  • Wycombe have seen their last seven games feature both sides scoring. Overall, 71% of their fixtures have seen BTTS pay-out.

Swindon

  • Swindon boast League Two’s best away record (W10-D1-L5), scoring in all bar one of their 16 away days.
  • Swindon have only failed to score twice since October and scored at least twice in 10 of their 16 games as guests.
  • Swindon have surpassed the Over 2.5 Goals line in 13 of their away ties with nine also banking in the BTTS market.
  • Swindon’s away matches are averaging 2.88 goals per-game. Their matches at top-half teams are averaging 3.00 goals per-game.

Putting the two teams’ home/away records together, Over 2.5 Goals has combined for 24/31 (77%) winning selections with 20/31 (65%) seeing both sides score. A further 13/31 (42%) produced Over 3.5 Goals.

Over 2.5 Goals (10/11 William Hill)

Best Bets

Plymouth v Wimbledon – Plymouth draw no bet (7/10 BetVictor)

Accrington v Crewe – Accrington to win (4/5 BetVictor)

Wycombe v Swindon – Over 2.5 Goals (10/11 William Hill)

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