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League One Saturday Accumulator: Ipswich Town head up 27/1 selections

It could be a pivotal weekend in the League One title race with the top three all facing potentially tricky road trips.

Leaders Sheffield Wednesday are off to Portsmouth, Plymouth Argyle go to Barnsley and Ipswich Town are at Bolton Wanderers, matches that will seriously test the resolve of the division's front-runners.

We've selected an option from one of that trio of fixtures as part of a Saturday League One accumulator which is priced at 27/1.

Saturday four-fold acca:

Our League One four-fold selections are priced at 27/1:

Ipswich to win @ 11/10
Shrewsbury to win @ 7/10
Charlton to win and both teams not to score @ 7/4
Burton to win @ 15/8

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

Town can stifle Trotters to reignite title push

WhatBolton Wanderers v Ipswich Town
WhereUniversity of Bolton Stadium, Bolton
When15:00, Saturday 11th March
OddsBolton 13/5, Draw 12/5, Ipswich 11/10

Ipswich Town (11/10) have overcome a mini-slump which saw them lose precious ground on Sheff Wed and Plymouth and they are firing again now and can make it five straight wins at Bolton Wanderers.

Ipswich's drop-off was hardly catastrophic - only one league defeat since Christmas but too many draws - but they made it four straight wins to nil on Tuesday when they clubbed Accrington Stanley 3-0.

Indeed classy keeper Christian Walton has kept five straight clean sheets and will fancy he can make it six with the hosts missing big-money January signing Victor Adeboyejo with a hamstring issue.

Adeboyejo has been missed by the Trotters in their last two games - a 3-1 loss at Portsmouth and 0-0 draw at Morecambe - and, even though their home record is excellent, play-off chasers Bolton seem to be fading.

Shrimps to struggle to tame on-song Shrews

WhatShrewsbury Town v Morecambe
WhereNew Meadow, Shrewsbury
When15:00, Saturday 11th March
OddsShrewsbury 7/10, Draw 5/2, Morecambe 19/4

Shrewsbury Town, with echoes of 2017-18, are mounting a surprise promotion push and can continue to maintain the pressure on those above them by beating Morecambe.

The Shrews are back on home turf after a cruel double-header at Derby County and Peterborough United over the past week - they drew 2-2 at Pride Park, lost 2-1 at Posh.

At home, though, they have won four in a row and are scoring plenty of goals in front of their own fans.

Morecambe, in contrast, are drying up at the wrong time as they battle to avoid the drop, with just three goals scored in their last eight matches.

The struggling Shrimps also boast the worst away record in the section - just eight points out of a possible 51 with one win - which only adds to the belief that in-form 7/10 Salop can get up cosily enough.

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Depleted Stanley up against it at The Valley

WhatCharlton Athletic v Accrington Stanley
WhereThe Valley, London
When15:00, Saturday 11th March
OddsCharlton 7/10, Draw 13/5, Accrington Stanley 17/4

Accrington Stanley's disappointing season took another twist on Tuesday night when they had ever-present keeper Lukas Jensen sent off in their 3-0 defeat at Ipswich.

It means Liam Isherwood, whose only two starts for the club last season saw him let in five goals, will get his first full 90 minutes of the campaign at Charlton Athletic.

Stanley are also without winger Sean McConville through suspension, while star midfielder Liam Coyle is among a number of absentees through injury - with John Coleman unable to fill the bench at Portman Road.

This looks like a great opportunity for Charlton, who will enjoy the breather after a quartet of games against Derby, Sheff Wed, Peterborough and Plymouth.

The Addicks came through that spell shipping just five goals, which is respectable, so take a chance on them winning and both teams not scoring at 7/4.

Raise a toast to Brewers against Wycombe

WhatBurton Albion v Wycombe Wanderers
WherePirelli Stadium, Burton
When15:00, Saturday 11th March
OddsBurton 15/8, Draw 12/5, Wycombe 6/4

The acca needs a price boost and Burton Albion will give it that at 15/8 at home to play-off chasers Wycombe Wanderers.

The Brewers started the season poorly under Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink, but have been hauled out of the bottom four by Dino Maamria and four wins in their last seven is decent enough for a side in the bottom half.

Wycombe are right in the thick of the play-off hunt and are confident Gareth Ainsworth's exit hasn't unsteadied the ship, though one win in three under Matt Bloomfield might hint at the magic having left with their former manager.

They remain a decent side and are clearly doing much right, but improving Burton are well worth trusting at a fair price.

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