The latest Sporting Life Accumulator involves four teams across the three divisions enhanced to 14/1 by EFL title sponsors Sky Bet.
In the Sky Bet Championship, Tony Mowbray's BLACKBURN welcome Luton to Ewood Park. The Hatters have won just two of eight in all competitions this term while Blackburn have won back-to-back games with in-form Bradley Dack firing home in three successive appearances.
In Sky Bet League One, Paul Lambert's IPSWICH are at home to Tranmere Rovers. The Tractor Boys are yet to taste defeat in the third tier since their relegation and have impressively won six of their last seven in all competitions. Their opponents Tranmere, who won promotion via the play-offs last term, have won just one of their last six and have conceded six in their last three games.
And in Sky Bet League Two, CAMBRIDGE UNITED will be hoping to make it three wins from their last four when they travel to struggling Stevenage. Boro, still with caretaker manager Mark Sampson, remain winless all season with just four draws to their name in 12 matches in all competitions.
Finally, EXETER are the early leaders with 22 points from 30 and they host Grimsby, who were hammered 7-1 by Chelsea in a tough midweek cup match and they have just one win in their last seven in all competitions.
- Blackburn haven’t conceded in any of their last three home league games (W2 D1), last keeping four consecutive clean sheets at Ewood Park in October 2015.
- Ipswich are looking to keep a clean sheet in six successive league games for the first time in their history. Ipswich forward James Norwood scored 32 goals in 53 appearances for Tranmere Rovers in all competitions last season, including 30 goals in 48 league matches (including play-offs).
- Stevenage are winless in their last six league games against Cambridge (D1 L5), failing to score in the last five and losing each of the last four.
- Exeter remain the only unbeaten side in League Two (P10 W6 D4 L0) – only two of the last 10 sides to start a season in the fourth tier without defeat in their opening 10 games have gone on to be promoted at the end of the season; Wycombe in 2008-09 and Torquay United in 1990-91.
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