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Monday, 10 December, 2018

Wycombe wonders should return to winning ways

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Kick-offs 7.45pm Tuesday

Carlisle v Wycombe
High-flying Wycombe can do no wrong at the moment and look more than capable of picking up three more points at Brunton Park, where Carlisle can do little right.

The Chairboys have won four of their six away games in Sky Bet League Two this season and have lost only two in total – and those setbacks were against title challengers Notts County and Luton.

Carlisle boss Keith Curle knows full well the Wanderers' game plan – get the ball up to Bayo Akinfenwa and play off the Beast. But as other clubs will testify, it's one thing knowing the tactic, quite another stopping it.

Curle is also well aware that his side are struggling horribly at home, where they haven't won in two months and failed to find the net in their last three.

Wanderers are kicking them­selves that they were held to a 0-0 draw by Exeter on Saturday – Akinfenwa missed a trio of good openings – but they can return to winning ways.

2pts 17-10 Betfair, Hills

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Scunthorpe v Fleetwood
Fleetwood did pretty well snatch­ing a point off Rochdale on Saturday after going down to ten men and trailing 2-1 with half an hour left.

Uwe Rosler's men next head for Scunthorpe and after back-to-back road wins – at Bradford and Plymouth – they are well worth supporting.

Devante Cole, scorer at Glanford Park in a 2-0 away win for the Cod Army last season, salvaged his side their point against Rochdale and has eight for the season.

The Iron, managed by former Fleetwood chief Graham Alexander, have lost three in a row and failed to find the net in five of their last eight.

Fleetwood draw no bet
2pts 2-1 Hills

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Doncaster v Portsmouth
Doncaster have lost joint top scorer Alfie May to a hernia problem and they look seriously short of firepower against Portsmouth.

May came off in Saturday's 1-0 defeat at Charlton, a game in which fellow five-goal man John Marquis picked up a fifth yellow card and also sits out this clash.

On top of that, James Coppinger limped off with a calf problem and looks set to be ruled out.

In contrast, Pompey's striking options have been bolstered by a return to fitness of Conor Chaplin.

Donny, who have won only one of six at the Keepmoat, look well worth taking on.

Portsmouth draw no bet
2pts 6-5 Hills

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Carlisle are struggling horribly at home, where they haven't won in two months and found the net in their last three
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