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In the absence of both Premier League and Championship fixtures, attention switches to the lower leagues for this Saturday BTTS Accumulator. Action in League One features decent home team Wycombe hosting a Lincoln outfit always capable of scoring goals whereas the remaining selections involve games in the National League. Top of the table teams Halifax and Woking face capable opposition while goals are usually netted in games involving Chesterfield as they prepare to visit third-placed Bromley.
A 3-1 midweek EFL Trophy defeat at Doncaster may have been a blow for Lincoln but at least they maintained a sequence of scoring in every competitive match this season. However, conceding at least twice in four of their last five games is a concern ahead of this League One visit to Wycombe. The hosts have won each of their home fixtures in league action this term scoring at least twice per contest and were denied on penalties when drawing 1-1 with Reading in EFL Cup action at Adams Park last month.
When scoring a 94th minute equaliser at Dagenham on Wednesday, Bromley were netting for the eighth successive match and they also remain unbeaten in National League action this season. Bromley now host a Chesterfield outfit which has yet to win a game this term but which has already featured in five score draws. Despite failing to score a goal in just one fixture this season, no clean sheets have been registered by the Spireites with at least two goals conceded in seven of nine matches.
Having been relegated from League Two last season, Yeovil are gradually adjusting to life in the fifth tier and have won two successive matches. The Glovers have also netted in seven of their latest eight games ahead of this fixture at National League leaders Halifax. At least two goals have been scored by the Shaymen in winning their last four league contests and they have won all four matches on home soil including the defeats of both AFC Fylde and Solihull.
During the early stages of the National League campaign, Hartlepool won just one of their opening six games, but three consecutive victories and seven goals scored have allowed the North-Eastern team to climb up the table. Pool have netted in each of their home matches to date ahead of this visit of Woking with the visitors winning all four of their away contests to date, scoring at least twice per game. The Cardinals have also failed to net in just one fixture this term.