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League One and Two fixtures feature in this Saturday Accumulator with promotion contenders Coventry, Sunderland and Wycombe all set to face lower table opposition in the third tier. Meanwhile, struggling Stevenage and Macclesfield in League Two face difficult fixtures when they travel to Crawley and Crewe respectively with both hosts unbeaten on home soil in league action since the beginning of December.
Amid a season of much inconsistency, Rochdale are unbeaten on home soil in League One action this year. However, defeats at Spotland Stadium this term against Fleetwood, Portsmouth, Ipswich, Wycombe and Sunderland suggests that the Dale are vulnerable against the leading teams with Coventry set to visit the venue this weekend. The Sky Blues have yet to lose a league match this year and have claimed maximum points from their four fixtures this month. Having lost only at Rotherham and Shrewsbury this season in league action, Coventry may collect another away victory.
When beating Blackpool 2-1 at the Memorial Stadium on Saturday, Bristol Rovers registered a first League One victory since mid-December but they did play against ten opponents for the second period and were 1-0 adrift at the interval. Rovers now visit a Sunderland team which has returned to form with only two defeats suffered in the past three months and seven wins recorded from nine previous outings. The Black Cats have also registered seven clean sheets in their last eight league matches and are tipped to win this match.
Scoring goals is becoming an increasing problem for Tranmere with none scored in their last five League One fixtures since suffering a 6-0 FA Cup hammering by Manchester United. Rovers have also failed to win a League One game since mid-December ahead of this visit to a Wycombe outfit which has become a useful team at Adams Park. The Chairboys have beaten just twice in league action at the venue all season and had won three successive home matches until recently beaten 1-0 by fellow promotion candidates Fleetwood. Another home win is likely for Wycombe.
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After losing their last six League Two matches and scoring no more than one goal per game, the plight of Stevenage at the foot of the league table is becoming increasingly desperate. The Boro have won just one league game on the road this year and have lost five of six previous away matches ahead of visiting a Crawley team unbeaten in league action on home soil within the last three months. Having won four of their last six home fixtures including the defeats of Northampton and Bradford, Crawley should collect another three points from this game.
Four defeats in six previous winless League Two games is not a good sign for struggling Macclesfield but they nearly beat Plymouth in midweek but for conceding a late equaliser in a 1-1 home draw. However, the Silkmen have been poor travelers in recent months with no away wins recorded since late October, and they now travel to face ambitious Crewe with the hosts winning seven of their last eight league fixtures at Gresty Road. Although the Railwaymen have scored very late winners in their last two matches at the venue, they should be capable of overcoming the visitors.
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