OFTEN midweek matches don't go to form and you have sides who are more of “weekend specialists”.

At first glance at the midweek card two sides jumped out at me – Orient and Peterborough.

Both are flying in League One, with Peterborough in particular looking unstoppable in recent weeks (at both ends).

Despite their form they are priced quite highly by bookies on Tuesday and that has me a little worried.

Peterborough are a best 13-8 with Chandler at troubled Sheffield Wednesday while Orient are the same price at the likes of bodog at inconsistent Hartlepool

Risk them both and add Burnley, a side who let us all down at the weekend.
Burnley were shocked at home to Millwall but should get back on track against a Coventry side who have sacked Aidy Boothroyd after failing to win their last five. Burnley are 8-11 with William Hill and totesport.

In League Two Accrington have got their act together and should beat a Burton outfit who have a habit of losing lots of goals to sides at the top. Stanley have won five out if six and are 21-20 with William Hill and Chandler.

Complete the line with Bury who should get the better of Torquay at home.
Both sides are going well but Bury haven't conceded a goal in four and the Gulls have lost their last two away 1-0. Bury are 21-20 with Chandler.

English tips

  • Orient
  • Peterborough
  • Burnley
  • Accrington
  • Bury
  • Perm any 4 and all 5 (6 bets)
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