Today we picked the following England League 2 Multiple Predictions.
1) Doncaster Vs Stevenage.
No other side has scored in more of their League Two games this season than Stevenage’s total of 12 times in 14 matches.
Four of Doncaster’s last five League Two games have featured three goals or more.
Both teams have scored in six of Stevenage’s last eight League Two away games.
Take Doncaster to get the win. Rovers have got four League Two home wins this season and they beat Stevenage 1-0 last time they met at home in League Two.
2) Bradford Vs Swindon.
Bradford have won after being ahead at the break in five of their last seven League Two matches.
Bradford have been single-goal winners in two of their last three games in League Two.
Goals may prove hard to come by here. There have been under 2.5 goals in five of Swindon’s last six League Two away games and the Robins have played five League Two games this season with less than three goals.
England League 2 Multiple Predictions.
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