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This evening Yeovil take on Stevenage Borough with a home win priced at 37/20, the draw is 12/5 and an away win is 7/4.
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Tuesday’s other action sees Swindon (13/10) play host to Sheffield United (13/5), who trail Tranmere by goal difference alone. Town are on a poor run of home form, having gone four league games without a win at The County Ground, but have already beaten promotion rivals MK Dons, Crawley and Stevenage to nil. The Blades meanwhile have won four of their last five matches by a 1-0 scoreline and the same again could turn a £10 bet into £110.
Doncaster take their recent unbeaten run into a home clash with Crewe Alexandra, with Rovers odds on at 5/6 for victory. The Railwaymen will take hope from the fact their hosts have conceded first in 5 of 6 home games, which could make the 19/5 for an Alex win more appealing.
Elsewhere on the League One coupon Preston (19/20) welcome Carlisle (16/5) to town, Brentford are 6/4 favourites at Portsmouth (21/10) and Crawley are 17/10 to claim all three points at Coventry (9/5), so there’s plenty to take your fancy!
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