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League One Accumulator: Bolton bedrock of 46/1 acca

A week after Sheffield Wednesday saw off high-flying rivals Plymouth to go top of League One, the Owls are off to third-placed Ipswich in another crunch title fight.

Indeed, with Peterborough in seventh, taking on Bolton in fifth, eighth-placed Wycombe at home to fourth-placed Derby, and an almighty Dockyard Derby between Plymouth and Portsmouth, it's a massive Saturday across the whole of the race for promotion.

There's a full 12-match card, all games kicking off at 15:00, and we've picked out a four-fold accumulator at odds of 46/1.

Saturday four-fold acca:

Bolton-Draw Double Chance @ 8/13

Burton Albion to win & over 2.5 goals @ 3/1

Bristol Rovers-Draw Double Chance @ 8/13

Plymouth to win & over 2.5 goals @ 7/2

Odds correct at time of writing and are subject to fluctuation.

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Evatt's class acts can end Posh run

WhatPeterborough v Bolton
WhereLondon Road, Peterborough
When15:00, Saturday 11th February
OddsPeterborough 5/4, Draw 5/2, Bolton 21/10

Darren Ferguson's return to Peterborough has re-ignited Posh's promotion push but they could well still be found wanting against a super-impressive Bolton.

Peterborough have won three out of three since Fergie Junior stepped back into the dugout at London Road with skipper Jonson Clarke-Harris on target three times.

But the Posh frontman is in for a real test against Bolton's defence – only Sheffield Wednesday have kept more clean sheets than the Trotters, who are also on a run of three straight wins. Indeed they have lost just once – narrowly at Derby – in the last two months.

This is a game between the teams in seventh and fifth and promises to be a tight, tense affair, just as it was at Bolton in the reverse fixture in September which Ian Evatt's men won 1-0.

You'd want master game managers Bolton on your side, but also the draw, a double chance which is available at 8/13.

Breezy Brewers can bring down Exeter in belter

WhatBurton Albion v Exeter
WherePirelli Stadium, Burton
When15:00, Saturday 11th February
OddsBurton 8/5, Draw 12/5, Exeter 17/10

Division entertainers Burton might be scrapping to avoid real-time relegation but when it comes to goals-per-game, the Brewers are out on their own.

No side can boast more goals per match than Burton – 3.32 in League One, 3.45 in all competitions – and it's highly probably their home showdown with Exeter will yield at least three.

Dino Maamria's men are fighting to stay afloat and making a good fist of it. They have won four of their last six scoring ten goals in the process and even since top scorer Victor Adeboyejo's exit to Bolton, they have played two, won two, scoring five.

Exeter, whose own games are going at 2.86 goals a time, boast the worst defensive record in the top half and can play their part in a thriller. Over 2.5 goals looks a pretty sound selection but so too do Burton, a combo which pays 3/1.

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Brace yourself for another Sincil stalemate

WhatLincoln City v Bristol Rovers
WhereSincil Bank, Lincoln
When15:00, Saturday 11th February
OddsLincoln City 5/4, Draw 12/5, Bristol Rovers 11/5

If there's one match where you'd want the draw on your side it has to be Lincoln against Bristol Rovers.

The Imps are tier three's draw experts with 13 of their 27 matches having ended all-square.

And 11 of those stalemates have come in front of their own fans. Incredibly, despite sitting 16th in the section they are the only team in League One who has yet to lose a home game – yet they have won just twice.

Neither side is in particularly good form. Lincoln have won one of their last nine in all competition, and that solitary success was against an Accrington side who played over half an hour with ten men.

Rovers meanwhile have lost four in a row but travel okay having lost just four of their last 12 on the road in all competitions.

Mark Kennedy's hosts have only scored 13 goals at Sincil Bank this term and that shyness in front of the net makes them hard to fancy, especially given the Gas can be anything. The draw-Rovers double chance at 8/13 is the bet.

Argyle to clock up dockyard delight

WhatPlymouth v Portsmouth
WhereHome Park, Plymouth
When15:00, Saturday 11th February
OddsPlymouth 19/20, Draw 13/5, Portsmouth 14/5

Sixteen of Portsmouth's 27 matches have produced two goals or fewer this season – make the Dockyard Derby number 17.

As well as not many goals, take Plymouth to put their naval rivals in their place by winning in a game featuring under 2.5 goals at 7/2.

Plymouth have been exceptional this season and are showing no signs of falling away. Even after last week's 1-0 loss at Sheffield Wednesday, boss Steven Schumacher had nothing but praise for his team, and rightly so.

That goal scored by Callum Paterson was just the fifth they have shipped in their last seven games as they lost for the first time in two months.

Pompey are under new management with John Mousinho at the helm. So far he has presided over four matches, three making up under 2.5 goals.

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