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League One Tuesday Accumulator: Portsmouth and Bristol Rovers can shine in our 22/1 acca

There are four League One games to look forward to on Tuesday evening, including Portsmouth heading to Accrington Stanley and Bristol Rovers hosting Wycombe Wanderers.

Elsewhere, Morecambe welcome Charlton Athletic and Peterborough United take on Burton Albion in what could be a tight tussle at the Pirelli Stadium.

We’ve selected an option from all four of those matches and come up with a Tuesday League One accumulator which comes in at 22/1.

Tuesday four-fold acca:

Our League One four-fold selections are priced up @ 22/1

Morecambe v Charlton - Under 2.5 Goals @ 4/5
Burton v Peterborough - Both Teams to Score - No @ 6/5
Portsmouth to beat Accrington @ 11/10
Bristol Rovers to beat Wycombe @ 15/8

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

Tight contest on the coast

WhatMorecambe v Charlton Athletic
WhereMazuma Stadium, Morecambe
When19:45, Tuesday 14th March
OddsMorecambe 23/10, Draw 23/10, Charlton 6/5

Neither Morecambe nor Charlton are enjoying strong campaigns, with the Shrimps 21st after Saturday's 3-1 defeat at Shrewsbury Town, while the Addicks are 16th after drawing 1-1 at home to Accrington.

That was the sixth Charlton game in a row which has resulted in under 2.5 goals, an outcome that has also been prevalent in the Shrimps’ recent matches.

Prior to that 3-1 defeat in Shropshire, Derek Adams' side had seen under 2.5 goals in four straight matches and tend to play out cagey contests.

The pair's two meetings last season produced nine goals but that looks unlikely to be repeated and goals could be limited in Lancashire, with a 1-1 draw available at 11/2 as a Correct Score.

Brewers and Posh could cancel each other out

WhatBurton Albion v Peterborough United
WherePirelli Stadium, Burton
When19:45, Tuesday 14th March
OddsBurton 11/5, Draw 5/2, Peterborough 6/5

Burton boosted their survival hopes with Saturday's 2-1 win over Wycombe and will look to kick on at home to a Peterborough side who suffered a shock 3-0 defeat to Cheltenham Town.

That result dented the Posh's slim promotion hopes and was their second defeat in three matches, with them failing to score on both occasions.

Despite having the division's top scorer in Jonson Clarke-Harris, goals have been hard to come by for Darren Ferguson's side, but they have generally been good on the road this season, winning three times away from home already in 2023.

With the Brewers tight at home, it could be a nervy game in Staffordshire

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Long trip to be worthwhile for Pompey

WhatAccrington Stanley v Portsmouth
WhereWham Stadium, Accrington
When19:45, Tuesday 14th March
OddsAccrington 13/5, Draw 12/5, Portsmouth 11/10

Portsmouth have lost their last two matches but those results came against two of the top four - Barnsley and Sheffield Wednesday - and they can bounce back at Accrington.

Their hosts on Tuesday, the 'Owd Reds, sit 20th in the table ahead of Tuesday's match, but this is one of two games in hand they have on the four teams below them and they may see it as a free hit.

Accrington have won two of their last three at home. That run followed a similar theme to Portsmouth's as they came up against two of the bottom three and they may, in fact, have one eye on Saturday's clash with fellow strugglers MK Dons.

With Colby Bishop having scored in three of his last four outings and 6/4 Anytime, Pompey can claim a first away win against John Coleman's side since 2016.

Rovers to have too much Gas for Wycombe

WhatBristol Rovers v Wycombe Wanderers
WhereMemorial Stadium, Bristol
When19:45, Tuesday 14th March
OddsBristol Rovers 15/8, Draw 12/5, Wycombe 29/20

Following last season's promotion from League Two, Bristol Rovers have adapted nicely to life in the third tier and head into Tuesday's visit of Wycombe on a run of three unbeaten.

The visiting Chairboys are still adapting under new boss Matt Bloomfield, another club hero who took over as manager from the iconic Gareth Ainsworth last month.

They have lost both of their away games under the 39-year-old and Rovers' recent form hints that it could be three in a row.

A player to watch will be the Gas' John Marquis, who scored twice in Saturday's 3-1 win at Forest Green and who is 11/5 to net Anytime.

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