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£5 Football League acca pays over £452

Five picks from the 15:00 kick-offs

It may be a weekend full of international action but the Football League keeps on rolling and that means another Coral accumulator.

There may be no Premier League or Championship games available, but there’s games across League One and League Two.

Coral’s football tipsters have been busy studying the latest stats and form guides, and have produced their latest five-fold punt.

A £5 wager could potentially land a massive £452.55. Prices and returns mentioned correct at time of writing.

Let’s get going.

Charlton to beat Oldham

After a season of acclimatisation in League One in 2016-17, Charlton Athletic look to have found their feet during this campaign.

The Addicks, 10/11 here, have won three of their four games so far this season, with a solitary draw.

Oldham Athletic, on the other hand, have struggled this term. The Latics have lost each of their six games across all competitions, scoring in just three.

Southend to beat Rochdale

Southend United host a Rochdale side floundering in 22nd place and look well-placed to win their second League One game of the current campaign.

Phil Brown’s side currently have a record of one win, two draws, and a single loss this season.

However, they welcome a struggling Dale who have just two points from four games.

Keith Hall’s team historically tend to do quite poorly in this fixture with no wins in the last 12 head-to-head fixtures.

The 23/20 about the Shrimpers boosts this acca nicely.

Crewe to beat Grimsby

The 17/10 on Crewe Alexandra bagging the win against Grimsby Town looks well-priced.

David Artell’s team are flying high at present with two wins and two draws from their opening four games.

Compare that with Grimsby’s poor form of just one win and three defeats and Russell Slade’s side could struggle.

Colchester to beat Cambridge United

Colchester United will be in decent spirits for their trip to The Abbey Stadium as they take on Cambridge United.

There’s practically nothing separating them in the League Two table, with John McGreal’s ahead by virtue of them scoring more goals.

Colchester looked fantastic against Aston Villa in a tight Carabao Cup defeat recently, and had a decent midweek win against Reading Under-21s in the Checkatrade Trophy.

The 5/2 hugely enhances this week’s Coral Acca.

Blackpool to beat AFC Wimbledon

It’s back to League One to complete this weekend’s Coral Football League acca with Blackpool to beat AFC Wimbledon at Bloomfield Road.

Gary Bowyer’s side are 7/5 to beat The Dons. With a record of two wins, a draw, and a defeat from their four games so far, they look in fine fettle.

The Tangerines have won their last six league games too, and bring this weekend’s acca to a conclusion.

 

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All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing