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27 March 2014

The Iron will go into Saturday’s home fixture against Wycombe Wanderers as overwhelming favourites, according to the league’s official sponsor, SkyBet.

Russ Wilcox’s men will be going into the match looking to extend their record-breaking unbeaten run to 24 games, after seeing off Cheltenham in mid-week. United are 7/10 to win at Glanford Park and 23/10 to draw.

The Chairboys, managed by Gareth Ainsworth, were beaten by Burton on Tuesday evening and it meant they are without a win in five matches. SkyBet have them at 9/2 to snatch three points away from home.

There are 53 different betting options available on, including Scunthorpe United to win with over 2.5 goals in the match at 2/1 and 11/2 for the Iron to win either 3-0, 3-1 or 3-2.

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United are 7/2 to win by a two-goal margin and a 3-1 home win is 14/1.

Tuesday’s two-goal hero at Cheltenham, Sam Winnall, is the favourite to score first at 100/30 and ⅘ anytime whilst you can bet on Winnall to score and the Iron to win at 11/10. Meanwhile, Paddy Madden is 4/1 to score first and evens to score anytime in 90 minutes and Paul Hayes is 5/1 to score the game’s last goal.

Ten-goal midfield man Dave Syers is 6/1 to score first, the same odds to score last, and 10/1 for a brace.

The Chairboys’ top scorer is Dean Morgan, with eight goals, and he is the visiting team’s favourite to score first or anytime, with odds of 15/2 and 5/2 respectively.

Jo Kuffour is 8/1 to score first and Jon-Paul Pittman is 10/1 to score the game’s last goal for the Wanderers.

In terms of outright betting, Rochdale are the bookies’ 6/5 favourites to win the League Two title with the Claret and Blue second in-line in betting at 13/8 with the Spireites (Chesterfield), now third, 7/2.

An away trip to Torquay is our next fixture, the following Saturday, and they be visitors at Roots Hall as they take on Southend at the weekend. They are bottom of the division and are 18/5 for a win with Southend 17/20 favourites and a draw 23/10.
Rochdale will travel to Fleetwood, Burton and Oxford will play away fixtures at York and Dagenham respectively. Chesterfield, meanwhile, will have a break from the league as they travel to Wembley for the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy final with Peterborough, which is on Sunday.

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