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Betting Preview: Port Vale vs. Oldham Athletic

3 March 2015

Fancy A Flutter On The Valiants This Evening?

Port Vale are 6/4 with Sky Bet to beat Oldham Athletic this evening.

Rob Page’s side welcome the managerless Latics for a 7.45pm kick-off at Vale Park, hoping to make it four wins in a row.

Mark Marshall has been a regular name on the score sheet recently and the Vale winger is 10/1 to open the scoring tonight or 7/2 to net inside 90 minutes.

Byron Moore has been impressive during the club’s winning run and he is 15/2 to bag the first goal against Oldham.

Vale have won two of their last three games 1-0 and they are 7/1 to do exactly that this evening.

Oldham, meanwhile, are 17/10 to come away from Vale Park with all three points. Latic Jonathan Forte is 11/2 to score first or 6/4 to net inside 90 minutes. 

Please note: Odds are subject to change.

There’s a full programme of Sky Bet Football League action to enjoy on Tuesday night and the experts at Sportinglife.com have produced a special accumulator bet available at 22/1 which includes the Valiants.

The acca features their four best bets from across the Sky Bet Championship, Sky Bet League 1 and Sky Bet League 2.

Sky Bet have priced up the selection of Derby County, Watford, Port Vale and Newport County all to win at 22/1.

Sky Bet Championship leaders Derby travel south to take on Brighton.

The Rams continue to lead the way in the push for promotion to the Barclays Premier League and have the attacking talent to cause plenty of problems at the Amex Stadium.

Watford have one of the Championship’s best home records and look to show their class again when Fulham visit Vicarage Road.

The Hornets have won five of their previous six outings and sit just three points behind leaders Derby.

Port Vale host Oldham in Sky Bet League 1 hoping to make it four wins on the spin.

Vale haven’t conceded a goal in the three victories and are one of the plethora of sides hoping to secure a spot in the play-offs.

Newport face Mansfield on the back of a fantastic victory at Sky Bet League 2 leaders Burton on Saturday.

The Exiles have home advantage at Rodney Parade as they look to consolidate their play-off position.

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