Northampton vs Yeovil by Hassy
The Cobblers will be without Brendan Maloney following his red card at Crawley, but Ricky Holmes will be involved in the squad, having been out since the middle of August with a back injury.
Yeovil have suffered back to back relegations from the Championship and League One, and once again find themselves bottom of the table, having only won twice so far this season. Manager, Paul Sturrock has labelled this period as the "worst of his football career" and I cant see things improving. Yeovil Town have not won in their last 11 league games and they have lost 6 out of 9 of their matches away from home. They have picked up only 5 points on the road this season and up against the inform team of the country, a side who have 19 points at home they will struggle. Yeovil have bought in Spurs centre back Maghoma in on loan as they look to shore up a defence that is conceding an average of 1.45 goals per game on the road. Midfielder George Thomas has extended his loan spell from Coventry City for a further month but The Glovers have Sokolik (suspended), Laird, Dawson, Gillett, Burrows, Gibbons, Compton, Sowunmi (all injured) missing from the squad that travel to Northamptonshire.
Wilder's side have won all four of their games in November, including knocking League One leaders Coventry out of the FA Cup and rising up to third in the table. Wilder has spoken of wanting to finish both the week and month in the grand manner and I expect them to blow Yeovil away.
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|Northampton Town to Win||BetFred||1.67||10||2-0 WON (+6.7 units)|
* Odds as of post published time and are subject to change.