Rotation policy may not hinder Stanley at Guiseley
Charlton and Wycombe can progress in the FA Cup too
There has been a suggestion that John Coleman could rotate his Accrington squad for their FA Cup first-round trip to Guiseley but even so there could be value in backing Stanley to go through at the first attempt.
Accy have won five of their last seven Sky Bet League Two matches and Coleman, although targeting promotion, will surely be aware of the financial rewards of a decent cup run for a club of their size.
Guiseley, who are on the up following a dreadful start, are ravaged by injuries and Paul Cox must do without two loan stars in Rowan Liburd and Alex-Ray Harvey who have aided their recent recovery.
Swindon have gone out in the first round in the last five years and they face a tricky trip to Dartford while last season's cup kings Sutton are on the giantkilling trail again at Cambridge and non-league moneybags Billericay are odds-on for their away day at Leatherhead.
Karl Robinson has promised to play a strong side with Charlton not in league action until November 18, while Wycombe should beat Solihull. The National League's rock-bottom outfit saw manager Richard Money quit after less than a month in charge earlier this week.
2pts 5-6 Betway, 188Bet
Charlton & Wycombe
1pt double 21-20 Betfred
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