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Paul Robinson delivered with a 10/1 Daily Acca last night and he's aiming to back it up with an 18/1 shot in League One today. Here are his selections:

- Back Blackpool @ 15/8
- Back Peterborough & BTTS @ 23/10
- Back Bristol Rovers @ 1/1

The Acca pays approximately 18/1

Rotherham's revival to end

Bet 1: Back Blackpool @ 15/8 - KO 15:00 BST

Rotherham handed Coventry City their first defeat of the season last Saturday and they followed it up with a 3-2 win over Doncaster in the EFL Trophy on Tuesday.

Prior to that though, Paul Warne's side had won just one of seven games in all competitions - losing three of them. The Millers haven't won away from home since the middle of August and the hosts feel overpriced this afternoon.

The Seasiders were held at Bolton on Monday, but the Trotters are better than they were earlier in the campaign, and the point extended Blackpool's unbeaten run to four games - two wins and two draws.

Goals to continue to flow for Posh

Bet 2: Back Peterborough & BTTS @ 23/10 - KO 15:00 BST

Posh may only be seventh in the League One table, but they are the top scorers in the division, and they have won their last four matches at London Road - three league and one cup.

Lincoln City beat Sunderland last weekend, but that was at home, and prior to that game they had lost nine of their previous 11 matches in all competitions, with the sole win coming at home to Fleetwood.

Michael Appleton wasn't in charge for most of that run, but it's hard to ignore those stats - especially the one that shows that they have lost four of their last five on the road, despite scoring a goal in all of them.

Pirates to take the booty

Bet 3: Back Bristol Rovers @ 1/1 - KO 15:00 BST

The Pirates are in top form as they come into the game unbeaten in six in all competitions - four of the last five of which were wins.

Graham Coughlan's men have played half a dozen League One fixtures at the Memorial Stadium and they are yet to taste defeat. Three of their last five were wins, and they scored three goals on two occasions.

The MK Dons, meanwhile, have lost their four latest league outings - three of which were at home. Away from Stadium MK it's three defeats from their last four, and it could be a long season for Paul Tisdale's team.

Daily Acca 2019/20 P/L

Wagered: 104pts
Returned: 67.38pts
P/L: -36.62pts

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