The Daily Acca: A League One special

Peterborough manager - Steve Evans
Steve Evans will be delighted with how the season has gone so far
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Paul Robinson turns his attentions to League One this afternoon and it all begins with a draw at Charlton. Here are his selections:

- Back The Draw in Charlton v Wycombe @ 23/10
- Back Peterborough @ 9/5
- Back Blackpool @ 20/23

The Acca pays approximately 16/1

Spoils to be shared at The Valley

Bet 1: Back The Draw in Charlton v Wycombe @ 23/10 - KO 15:00 BST

The Addicks are in 10th place after half a dozen fixtures of this League One season and they picked up their second win of the campaign at Southend last Saturday.

Their results in front of their own fans haven't been up to par however as after being the Shrews in their opener, they then failed to score against both Peterborough and Fleetwood - taking just one point in total.

Wycombe are new to the division following their promotion and they are unbeaten in three following a one point haul from their opening three outings.

The visitors have already drawn three times this term, and with just one defeat from three on their travels, I fancy them to come away with a point this afternoon.

Posh to continue their excellent start

Bet 2: Back Peterborough @ 9/5 - KO 15:00 BST

It is Peterborough who are the early pace-setters in League One this year as they sit at the top of the table having taken 16 points from a possible 18.

A five game winning streak came to an end last Saturday as they were held to a 1-1 draw by Doncaster Rovers, but Steve Evans' men are three from three on the road - winning 4-1, 1-0 and 5-1.

A trip to Roots Hall is never easy, but it is worth noting that Southend have lost two of their three at home this year, and their only win came against the struggling, Bradford.

New manager but same old problems for Bradford

Bet 3: Back Blackpool @ 20/23 - KO 15:00 BST

Talking of Bradford, I can't see their fortunes getting any better at Blackpool this weekend, even if they have sacked Head Coach, Michael Collins, and replaced him with David Hopkin.

The Bantams had a poor second half of the season last year and they have started this one with four defeats from six outings. It's two losses in two away from Valley Parade and they ended last season with seven away defeats from their final 10 attempts.

Blackpool have had their fair share of off the field issues, but they are in 11th place and have lost just once this season. Four of their six have ended in draws, but they are usually pretty strong at Bloomfield Road and the visitors look all over the place at the moment.

Daily Acca 2018/19 P/L

Wagered: 75pts
Returned: 71.27pts
P/L: -3.73pts

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