Tuesday Football League Acca

I am certain they beat Derby, while Fulham are a little inconsistent this year.
Scott Parker’s men have won back-to-back games –such as a home win against a harmful QPR side–while the Rams have matches.
They are on a three-match shedding run on the road, which explains the Cottagers have the advantage.
Bizarrely, Millwall have been odds-against versus Wigan at The Den.
The Latics are dreadful on the street: have failed to score, also earning two points from their nine matches.
As for Millwallthey are starting to gather momentum and mind from their past four outings in the league, so they are certainly the value choice.
I’ve backed against Grimsby a good bit this year (with good reason) , and also a defeat on the home to Cheltenham on Tuesday seems a price.
The Mariners are around a dreadful rush, and have now earned just one point in their last five league matches; a couple benefits and they’ll find themselves near the relegation zone.
Though they’re winless in three (contrary to Forest Green, Exeter and Colchester, that are much better sides than Grimsby), Cheltenham are still at an excellent place.
Michael Duff’s men have won three and drawn two of their last five games away, plus they will fancy securing another win from Grimsby that was floundering.

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