Saturday's Sporting Life Accumulator features four League One and Two picks, enhanced to 16/1 by title sponsors Sky Bet.
PETERBOROUGH have won seven games in an unbeaten run of eight to storm to the top of Sky Bet League One, including four consecutive away victories. Hosts Crewe’s form has gone in the opposite direction, losing four of their last five in the league, and they have taken just one point from the last nine available at Gresty Road.
Milton Keynes Dons played in the EFL Trophy on Wednesday night, just three days removed from a gruelling FA Cup triumph after extra time and penalties at non-league Eastleigh. The long trip up to SUNDERLAND could be too much for a Dons side with just one league win in their past five attempts as they face a Black Cats outfit seeking a third straight Sky Bet League One victory.
Barrow have lost four out of five away games since returning to the Football League, with their sole points coming in a 4-2 victory at winless Mansfield. Second-placed CAMBRIDGE are unbeaten at home in Sky Bet League Two, winning four and drawing one, and they have the incentive of knowing victory will take them top as leaders Newport are without a game.
Harry Kewell’s OLDHAM have hit some form after a testing start, winning four of their past five games in all competitions, including an impressive negotiation of an FA Cup banana skin at non-league Hampton & Richmond. Visitors Scunthorpe have lost eight straight games in all competitions and were dumped out of the cup at home to National League side Solihull.
Odds correct at 1615 GMT (12/11/20)
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