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League Two Saturday Accumulator: Carlisle can maintain promotion push in 24/1 acca

The League Two regular season is edging into the business end of the campaign with 10 fixtures looking to survive the cold snap on Saturday.

Mansfield against frontrunners Leyton Orient has already been postponed due to the weather but there have still been plenty of matches to get stuck into to create this four-fold accumulator for Saturday's action.

Saturday four-fold acca:

Our League Two four-fold selections are priced at 24/1.

Carlisle to win @ 31/20

Northampton to win @ 1/1

Stevenage to win @ 3/4

Bradford to win @ 15/8

Odds were correct at time of writing and are subject to change.

Carlisle can take down Robins

WhatSwindon v Carlisle
WhereCounty Ground, Swindon
When15:00, Saturday 11th March
OddsSwindon 19/10, Draw 21/10, Carlisle 31/20

Carlisle United will be looking to make it four wins on the bounce in League Two when they make the trip to the County Ground to face Swindon Town.

After losing 4-0 at home to Mansfield on Valentine's Day, the Cumbrians have responded well with wins over Colchester United, Crawley Town and Grimsby Town.

Second-place Carlisle next face a Swindon side that have been inconsistent in their recent home games at the Country Ground.

With a win, loss and a draw in their last three games, the Robins have hardly made their home stadium a fortress and Paul Simpson's side should be able to capitalise on Saturday at 31/20 in the Full Time Result market.

Cobblers to keep Pools sinking

WhatHartlepool v Northampton
WhereThe Suit Direct Stadium, Hartlepool
When15:00, Saturday 11th March
OddsHartlepool 14/5, Draw 5/2, Northampton 1/1

Northampton find themselves in the hunt for the automatic promotion places and are just one point outside the top three ahead of Saturday's visit to Hartlepool.

The Cobblers are unbeaten in their last three as manager Jon Brady continues to impress with his efforts at Sixfields Stadium.

In contrast, Hartlepool find themselves teetering just above the relegation zone after failing to win any of their last six league games.

With one win in their last nine home games in League Two, Hartlepool are a team low on confidence and Northampton to win at 1/1 in the Full Time Result market makes it into this four-fold. 

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Boro to add to Walsall's woes

WhatStevenage v Walsall
WhereBroadhall Way, Stevenage
When15:00, Saturday 11th March
OddsStevenage 3/4, Draw 12/5, Walsall 17/4

Like Carlisle and Northampton, Stevenage also have a shot at automatic promotion as they prepare to host Walsall this weekend.

Stevenage boss Steve Evans will be eager to steady the ship after a spell that has seen his side pick up one win in their last eight league games.

Walsall could provide the ideal opponents for Evans' side to get their promotion push back on track, with the Saddlers currently on an 11-game winless run in all competitions.

With their last League Two win coming on New Year's Day, it has been a tough run for Walsall and Stevenage, 3/4 in the Full Time Result prices, should come out on top this weekend. 

Bantams on the march

WhatNewport v Bradford
WhereRodney Parade, Newport
When15:00, Saturday 11th March
OddsNewport 6/4, Draw 9/4, Bradford 15/8

Bradford City have started to show signs of improvement under manager Mark Hughes and will be confident they can get a win across the Welsh border on Saturday at Newport Country.

The West Yorkshire outfit recorded wins over Doncaster Rovers, Gillingham and Colchester before Tuesday's stalemate at Walsall.

With 19 league goals to his name this season, Bradford striker Andy Cook has been a key figure in their recent success.

Scoring in all of Bradford's last three wins, the 32-year-old will certainly be a player to look out for at Rodney Parade.

With one win in their last six league games, Newport have been struggling and find themselves down in 18th place in the standings ahead of Bradford's arrival.

The momentum all looks to be with the Bantams going into this one and Bradford at 15/8 in the Full Time Result odds completes Saturday's League Two accumulator. 

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