Betting: Your team’s odds

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Sheffield United are badly in need of a win tomorrow, with Stan James offering 6/5 that the Blades enjoy some home comforts by beating Rochdale.

It’s been a difficult few weeks for the Blades although they did win their last game at Bramall Lane.

A3-1 victory is attractively priced at 18/1 with BetVictor. A slightly more modest 2-1 win can be backed at 8/1 with bet365.

Rochdale sit one place higher than United and Sky Bet go 9/4 that the visitors claim victory, with the draw available at 12/5 (, something that hasn’t happened in a Blades home match yet.

Billy Sharp is making a habit of scoring at Bramall Lane and the striker is 9/2 (William Hill) to break the deadlock in this game and 6/4 (Paddy Power) to score during the match. Conor Sammon is a 7/1 poke (bet365) to open the scoring in a match which is likely to yield goals.

The best bet of all could be BetVictor’s 31/10 that Sheffield United win the match and both teams score, with the Blades’ defence having kept just one clean sheet in their past seven games. William Hill have 4/6 that both teams score as an alternative.

Barnsley have won their last two matches at Oakwell and they are strong favourites with the bookmakers to claim victory against Crewe Alexandra tomorrow.

Lee Johnson has seen two impressive performances against Swindon and Gillingham, with bet365 offering 4/6 that they claim three points and climb towards the play-off places.

Crewe sit bottom of the table and have won just one league match all season, with Stan James making Alex the 19/4 (Stan James) outsiders.

Chesterfield are 13/10 (Ladbrokes) to follow up last Saturday’s win at Crewe with a victory over Gillingham. The Gills sit fourth in League One and bet365 go 11/5 about an away win, with the draw available at 49/20 (

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