Great odds available from the Football Leagues title sponsor.Sky Bet League Two leaders Burton Albion host Cambridge United on Friday night in one of two games to start off the latest round of action.
The Brewers are 10/20 favourites to claim victory and the three points would see them pull further clear of second-placed Wycombe Wanderers in the standings.
Wycombe host fifth-placed Northampton Town in what looks to be the pick of Saturday matches. Wanderers have been priced up at 11/8 to pick up the three points, the visiting Cobblers are 21/10 to win and the draw can be backed at the same price.
Bury, who sit third, take on Tranmere Rovers at Gigg Lane and the Shakers are the odds-on favourites at 8/11 to claim victory.
David Flitcroft’s men are the 3/1 favourites with Sky Bet to finish the season on top, Burton follow in the outright betting at 7/2 and Southend United, currently fourth in the table, are third in the odds at 8/1.
The Shrimpers are at home to the Shrimps on Saturday when Morecambe make the long trip south to Southend. The play-off dwelling visitors are the outsiders at 4/1 to secure the win.
Southend are 3/4 favourites to bag the victory and the draw at Roots Hall can be backed at 12/5.
Shrewsbury Town are the side currently in the final play-off place.
The Shrews meet Plymouth Argyle in Devon on Saturday and start as the 7/5 favourites for the win.
The mid-table Pilgrims can be supported at 21/10 and the draw has been made available at the same price.
At the other end of the standings, bottom-of-the-table Carlisle United look to build on their first win of the Sky Bet League Two season when they face Hartlepool United.
The Cumbrians can be backed at 21/10 for another three points, Hartlepool are the 13/10 favourites and the draw is an 11/5 shot.
Oxford United sit second-bottom and target a second victory of the campaign when they host Newport County.
The U’s are made the 13/10 favourites by Sky Bet to claim the win, Newport can be backed at 11/5 and the draw is available at the same price.
Portsmouth, Cheltenham Town, Luton Town and Mansfield Town are all level on points with seventh-placed Shrewsbury and harbour ambitions of ending Saturday in the play-off sports.
Pompey (9/4 to win) travel to York City (13/10), Cheltenham (11/10) host AFC Wimbledon (5/2), Luton (9/4) go to Stevenage (5/4) and Mansfield (evens) meet Accrington Stanley (11/4).
Friday night’s other Sky Bet League Two clash sees Dagenham and Redbridge host resurgent Exeter City.
The Daggers are the 13/10 favourites for the win, Exeter can be backed at 21/10 and the draw is 9/4.
Sky Bet’s top tips:
Exeter to score last against Dagenham at 6/5.
Exeter have won three matches in a row and scored the final goal in all of those victories.
Chris Whelpdale to score during the 90 minutes for Stevenage against Luton at 4/1.
The Stevenage midfielder has netted three goals in his last two games and will provide a big threat to Luton on Saturday.
Oxford to draw 0-0 against Newport at 8/1.
Newport have drawn their last two away games 0-0 and Oxford’s last home match against Stevenage also finished goalless.
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