The following are today's football Multibets.
1) Rochdale Vs Stockpot.
Five of Rochdale’s last six League Two games have ended with under 2.5 goals.
Rochdale have lost four of their last five league fixtures.
Stockport have played as well as any League Two side in recent weeks and their push towards the playoffs can continue at Rochdale where they look solid favourites to prevail.
The Hatters can rack up a sixth league win in eight at the expense of struggling Dale, who have lost three on the bounce.
2)Morecambe Vs Charlton.
Four of Charlton’s ten away league matches this season have ended with four goals or more.
Both sides have found the net in Morecambe’s last five League One matches.
Morecambe look more of goalscoring threat now that their star striker, Cole Stockton, has resumed the scoring trail and they can find the net in an entertaining clash at home to Charlton.
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