Accrington Stanley 2.447/5 v Wycombe 3.39/4; the draw 3.55/2
John Coleman will fancy his side's chances of winning this match, not least after watching his side battle to a 2-2 draw at Doncaster.
The Stanley manager has often bemoaned how his side have not had the best of luck this season but something looks like it is beginning to turn.
Shay McCartan notched an early goal against Rovers - and you don't do that if you are timidly sitting back to defend in fear of victory against the team leading the division.
The hosts have scored 10 goals in five games, including in that incredible 4-4 draw with in-form Mansfield on the last Tuesday night set of fixtures.
Sean McConville has assisted four of Accrington's last six league goals at home and no League Two player has provided more assists at home (7), than him and Nicky Adams, says Opta.
Gareth Ainsworth won't like the Opta stat that Wycombe have lost five league games in a row - one short of their longest ever losing run in the Football League, back in August 2006.
He will be relying once more on Adebayo Akinfenwa to find the net, the striker having scored in three of his last four goals.
The Chairboys must come good at some point - and in that respect the 3.39/4 on them is quite tempting - but Accrington remain capable of surprising anyone. They are in better form than Wycombe, who need to find some firewood to rekindle the flames of their play-off bid. Their problem has always been finding enough goals. In that respect, they are little different to most of the other play-off contenders.
Colchester have the healthiest goal difference of those teams places seventh downwards, with most of them sitting around the zero or plus one mark.
Back Accrington Stanley @ 2.447/5
Stevenage 1.84/5 v Leyton Orient 5.04/1; the draw 3.8514/5
Phil Wallace, the Stevenage chairman, says the club's future is in doubt if the local council does not help them - in part financially - to redevelop part of their ground.
If his local council are anything like mine, they are not going to help a commercial entity financially. It is taxpayers' money and how would the council justify that? So I am sure this is a little bit smoke and mirrors.
It is a distraction for Darren Sarll, especially after their fine win at Crewe put them achingly close to the top seven. They are now unbeaten in six games, with only four goals conceded - pushing them to odds-on status to win which, in this division, is every reason to oppose them.
After four straight defeats at home at the end of 2016, Stevenage have won all four in 2017, Opta state, adding that they have not won five in a row at home in their Football League history.
They add one ray of hope - Orient have never lost at Stevenage in four attempts. But that was before their began their remarkable slump into the potholes of League Two's relegation scrap - and without Matt Godden in great form.
Danny Webb's team threw in a little bit of a surprise on Saturday when they didn't score, having netted six goals in three games - three of them to defeat Plymouth in their last away game, on a Tuesday night.
Gavin Massey scored twice that night and Sandro Semedo has put in good crosses (and performances) as the O's have rallied. Callum Kennedy will need to get over his blushes of a missed penalty pretty quickly and Webb says there are only so many "blows to the stomach" you can take.
It's time for his side to dish some out - metaphorically - and show, after losing successive games to relegation rivals, that when they perform against the better sides they can take points, just like they did at Plymouth. Orient's need here is simply bigger than Stevenage's a Webb will have read them the riot act as they try to get themselves out of trouble. It's worth a bet on Tuesday night syndrome landing the big odds.
Back Leyton Orient @ 5.04/1
Crawley Town 3.9 v Exeter City 2.111/10; the draw 3.711/4
It is amazing how quickly a situation can be turned around. Just a few months ago, Exeter were struggling near the foot of the table and fans were querying Paul Tisdale's rolling contract deal, with many suspecting that they wanted the manager out after 10 years with the Grecians.
There were sections of the crowd who wanted Tisdale gone, but he has turned around his form and kept faith with a squad and players in whom he believed. They had a great away record, but a terrible one at home.
Since then, they went on a 12-game unbeaten run and finally started winning at St James' Park.
Now, however, if you look at the past four games in isolation, they are four games without a win. Should anyone be worried among their fans? Well, they are bound to take a dip in points return at some point and it is better to do it with a few points as a safety net having reached the top seven, rather than while trying to climb into the play-off zone.
Robbie Simpson's broken ankle - likely to keep him out for the rest of the season - will have caused the manager something of a headache, but he has Reuben Reid scoring sufficient goals now to see a path to staying in the promotion hunt. He has scored in back-to-back games for the third time this season, point out Opta.
It is interesting that Exeter have scored late in halves of games three times in three games (when they have scored five goals in total), netting in injury time in the first and second half at home against Blackpool.
Perhaps they need to press hard earlier? They will surely fancy their chances of doing so against Crawley, whose home form overall might look good, but who have lost their last two at home, despite James Collins scoring in each. He and Jimmy Smith will want to put that right, but against the best away team in the division they might find that hard.
Back Exeter City @ 2.111/10