ARGYLE will host Wycombe Wanderers in the first leg of the League Two play-offs, but which side will you be backing to edge their way towards the final at Wembley?
Both teams won last time out, and whilst Wycombe won at Home Park earlier this season, Argyle won the reverse fixture in February. You would anticipate that this will be a tight match, with little room for error on either side.
Argyle have won their last two games and are 11/8 to secure a victory over Wycombe at Home Park. A draw is 9/4, and Wycombe who have been successful on the road this season are 2/1 to take all three points.
A 1-0 victory for Argyle is priced at 5/1, and a 2-0 lead for the Pilgrims to take back to Wycombe you can get odds of 9/1. Argyle have kept 21 league clean sheets this season, and are 6/4 to remain sturdy at the back and record another clean sheet. In what will most likely be a tight affair, under 2.5 goals is valued at 8/15.
Argyle will be looking to take a lead to Adams Park, and you would expect Reuben Reid and Lewis Alessandra will be most likely to hit the back of the net. Reid is 9/2 to be first goalscorer and Alessandra is 11/2 to hit the net first. To score anytime Reuben is 5/4 and Lewi is 6/4. Reid is priced at 7/1 to grab a brace. A man that has already scored against Wycombe this season and is an outside goalscorer bet is Peter Hartley at 9/1 to score anytime.
A simplistic bet with good odds is Reuben Reid to score and Argyle to win 1-0, which is priced at 18/1. Group betting over both legs also raises the odds with Argyle to draw 1-1 and then win 2-1 at Adams Park where they have been so successful already is valued at 50/1.
That's worth a punt, surely?