Sheffield Wednesday recorded their first away victory of the campaign at the fifth attempt as they edged out Yeovil 3-2 but the Owls’ struggles on the road have been in stark contrast to their form at Hillsborough, where they have won four out of four.
Taking this into account, Victor Chandler have installed Gary Megson’s troops as odds-on, 7/10 favourites to maintain their hundred per cent home record as they entertain struggling Exeter, who have yet to even score away from home and punters might therefore fancy Partybets’ 7/5 for the Owls to prevail ‘to nil’.
Sheffield United showed that their 3-0 defeat to Huddersfield was merely a blip as they responded with a 3-0 victory of their own against Colchester and Stan James offer 11/10 for the Blades to make it back-to-back wins as they travel to Wycombe. The Chairboys are currently languishing in the bottom three so it’s easy to see why Betfred consider them 11/4 outsiders and as they have failed to find the net in five consecutive League One games, a 2-0 Sheffield United victory catches the eye at 9/1 courtesy of Sportingbet.
Elsewhere, Betdaq mark 3.6 (13/5) against Danny Wilson’s charges holding a lead at the end of each half while in the handicaps, United are on offer at a chunky 3/1 with Paddy Power, when kicking off a goal in arrears.
Rock-bottom Doncaster are 6/4 via Boylesports to collect their first maximum haul in their Championship campaign against Crystal Palace.
Rovers have lost six out of seven but reassuringly they are just 2/5 (Skybet) to avoid defeat against the Eagles.
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