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League Two Tuesday Accumulator: Newport feature in 16/1 chance

The battle to avoid relegation from League Two and the race for play-off places continues on Tuesday, with our treble, worth over 16/1, featuring some key games.

Doncaster have a great opportunity to move back into play-off contention when they host a struggling Harrogate team that are in freefall and in danger of returning to the National League.

Newport have only won nine League Two matches so far this season but can make it 10 by seeing off a Grimsby side that will be focused on their FA Cup quarter-final clash at Brighton later this month.

Sutton are in great form at the moment and, although they were held to a 1-1 draw by Crewe on Saturday, have the ability to ease to victory against a Crawley side that have lurched from one crisis to another this season.

Those three games feature on our Tuesday treble, which comes in at odds of over 16/1.

Tuesday three-fold acca:

Doncaster to beat Harrogate to nil @ 12/5

Newport to beat Grimsby @ 21/10

Sutton to beat Crawley @ 13/20

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

Hapless Harrogate to slide to defeat

WhatDoncaster Rovers v Harrogate Town
WhereEco-Power Stadium, Doncaster
When19:45, Tuesday 7th March
OddsDoncaster 19/20, Draw 13/5, Harrogate 3/1

Doncaster have been very inconsistent this season and have found goals hard to come by of late but they have the perfect opportunity to get three points on the board when they take on relegation-haunted Harrogate.

Rovers picked up a welcome point on Saturday when they held Stockport to a goalless draw and they can add to Harrogate woes on Tuesday.

Simon Weaver’s team are without a win in seven games and have only scored one goal in their last four matches.

They are in grave danger of seeing their three-year stay in League Two come to an end and, although Doncaster may find Town hard to break down, they can edge to a narrow victory on home soil and keep a clean sheet.

Newport can pull clear of trouble

WhatGrimsby Town v Newport County
WhereBlundell Park, Cleethorpes
When19:45, Tuesday 7th March
OddsGrimsby 11/8, Draw 11/5, Newport 21/10

Grimsby have done brilliantly to reach the quarter-finals of the FA Cup and it would be surprising if they did not have one eye on the upcoming clash with Premier League outfit Brighton.

Newport need three points to ease any relegation concerns and they have the perfect chance to beat a Mariners side that lost 2-0 at Carlisle on Saturday.

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Grimsby, who defied the odds to clinch promotion from the National League via the play-offs last season, have saved their best displays this term for the FA Cup, notably when they beat Southampton in the fifth round.

In League Two they have only managed to win three home matches while picking up seven victories on their travels while Newport are better away from home than at Rodney Parade so an away victory at 21/10 seems a good option.

Crawley's collapse to continue at Sutton

WhatSutton United v Crawley Town
WhereGander Green Lane, Sutton
When19:45, Tuesday 7th March
OddsSutton 13/20, Draw 14/5, Crawley 17/4

After finishing eighth in their first Football League season in 2022/23, Sutton are once again pushing for a spot in the play-offs this term, a brilliant achievement for a club that were in the Isthmian Premier League just over a decade ago.

A run of just one defeat in their last 12 League Two encounters has propelled Sutton from 16th spot at Christmas to ninth now and they have only conceded two goals in their last four matches.

In contrast Crawley are enduring a turbulent campaign with Saturday’s 1-0 loss at Northampton being their fifth defeat in a row.

Scott Lindsey is currently in charge of Town, their third manager of the season following the departures of Kevin Betsy and Matthew Etherington, but the changes have done little to improve Crawley’s fortunes.

It is 12 years since Crawley were promoted to the Football League but it looks as though they could be heading back towards the National League with off-field problems adding to the feeling of instability at the club.

Sutton can take full advantage of Crawley’s problems and register their 15th victory of the season at odds of 13/20 and complete the double having won 2-1 at Town on Boxing Day thanks to second-half goals from Joe Kizzi and Rob Milsom.

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