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Tuesday's League One predictions including Wigan Athletic vs. Bolton Wanderers

Sports Mole provides score predictions and previews for all of today's League One fixtures, including


Derby vs. Charlton (Tuesday, 7.45pm)

Derby County manager Paul Warne reacts on January 23, 2024© Reuters

After losing to Barnsley at the weekend, Derby County will try to get their League One promotion bid back on track in Tuesday's home meeting with Charlton Athletic.

The Addicks, meanwhile, will be looking to end their 16-game winless league run as they fight to retain their third-tier status.

We say: Derby County 2-1 Charlton Athletic


Although Derby experienced a disappointing at the weekend, they have won seven of their last eight home games against Charlton, and we think they will draw inspiration from that record to clinch a narrow victory in Tuesday's contest.

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Port Vale vs. Fleetwood (Tuesday, 7.45pm)

Sheffield Wednesday manager Darren Moore before the match on February 7, 2023© Reuters

Two relegation rivals will face off when Port Vale welcome Fleetwood Town to Vale Park for Tuesday's League One contest.

The Valiants are languishing in 22nd place and three points adrift from safety, while the Cod Army are four points worse off in 23rd position.

We say: Port Vale 1-1 Fleetwood Town


The two relegation-threatened sides will both be determined to pick up all three points, but with wins proving hard to come by, we think the respective teams will have to settle for a share of the spoils.

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Wycombe vs. Cheltenham (Tuesday, 7.45pm)

Port Vale manager Darrell Clarke applauds fans after the match on January 8, 2022© Reuters

Aiming to move themselves away from any late-season worries at the foot of the division, Wycombe Wanderers will do battle with relegation-threatened Cheltenham Town at Adams Park on Tuesday night in League One.

The Chairboys were defeated on their travels at playoff-chasing Stevenage last time out, while the Robins earned a respectable point at the home of Wigan Athletic on the weekend.

We say: Wycombe Wanderers 1-0 Cheltenham Town


Playing at Adams Park for the first time since securing their place at Wembley in April, there should be a feel-good factor around Wycombe on Tuesday night, and they should be confident of earning three points.

Cheltenham had to grind out the point at Wigan on the weekend in a valiant defensive display, but we feel that the Robins will be unable to repeat the trick in Buckinghamshire.

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Stevenage vs. Cambridge (Tuesday, 7.45pm)

Stevenage manager Steve Evans on January 29, 2023© Reuters

Fighting hard to keep their playoff push on track, top-six chasing Stevenage will welcome mid-table dwellers Cambridge United to the Lamex Stadium for a League One contest on Tuesday night.

The Boro returned to winning ways against EFL Trophy finalists Wycombe Wanderers on Saturday, while the U's suffered another defeat in front of their home faithful.

We say: Stevenage 2-0 Cambridge United


Stevenage will be feeling a whole lot better following the win over Wycombe on Saturday, and the visit of Cambridge represents a real opportunity for the Boro to burst into the top six.

The U's appear to be going nowhere quick under the interim management of Corr, so we are expecting a third-straight loss for United on Tuesday night.

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Leyton Orient vs. Blackpool (Tuesday, 7.45pm)

Blackpool manager Neil Critchley before the match on January 7, 2024© Reuters

Two teams targeting a playoff spot will go head-to-head when Leyton Orient welcome Blackpool to Brisbane Road in Tuesday's League One encounter.

The O's are in ninth place and six points adrift of the top six, while the Tangerines are two points better off in eighth position.

We say: Leyton Orient 1-1 Blackpool


Blackpool will be looking to claim a third consecutive league win on Tuesday, but having struggled for consistency on the road this season, we think the Tangerines will be held to a draw by a Leyton Orient side who have lost just one of their last six home matches.

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Lincoln vs. Shrewsbury (Tuesday, 7.45pm)

Leeds United coach Michael Skubala pictured on February 8, 2023© Reuters

Aiming to keep their late push towards the top-six positions on track, Lincoln City will do battle with relegation-threatened Shrewsbury Town on Tuesday night at LNER Stadium in League One.

The Imps were winners on the road at Port Vale on the weekend, whilst the Shrews were also successful on their travels, earning maximum points from a five-goal thriller against Reading.

We say: Lincoln City 2-1 Shrewsbury Town


Lincoln have enjoyed a resurgence in recent weeks and will be confident of edging close to the playoff picture with a third-straight victory on Tuesday night.

Shrewsbury had to hold on in the second period for a vital three points at Reading, but we feel that the Shrews will be unable to repeat the trick at LNER Stadium.

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Wigan vs. Bolton (Tuesday, 7.45pm)

Wigan Athletic manager Shaun Maloney after the match on January 8, 2024© Reuters

Promotion-chasing Bolton Wanderers will attempt to bounce back from a defeat to Blackpool when they make the short trip to the DW Stadium for Tuesday's meeting with Wigan Athletic.

The Latics will head into the midweek fixture in 13th place, while the Trotters currently occupy third position in the League One table.

We say: Wigan Athletic 1-3 Bolton Wanderers


After falling to defeat at the weekend, Bolton will be determined to get their promotion bid back on track in Tuesday's meeting with one of their local rivals, and we think the visitors will have the extra quality required to pick up all three points.

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Burton Albion vs. Carlisle (Tuesday, 7.45pm)

Burton Albion's Jonny Smith celebrates with teammates after scoring their first goal on November 27, 2022© Reuters

Burton Albion can inflict a seventh successive loss upon Carlisle United when they welcome League One's basement side to the Pirelli Stadium on Tuesday evening.

The hosts battled past Bristol Rovers 2-1 at the weekend, while their cellar-dwelling visitors fought valiantly against Portsmouth but ultimately succumbed to a 1-0 defeat.

We say: Burton Albion 1-0 Carlisle United


Carlisle may have already had Burton's number this season, but the Cumbrians have only been on a downward trajectory since, and Burton have prided themselves on diligent defensive displays at the Pirelli Stadium.

With weekend fatigue also setting in, a classic should not be in store, but a solitary goal - likely to come the way of the hosts - could prove the difference once again.

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TeamPWDLFAGDPTS
CPortsmouth462813578413797
3Bolton WanderersBolton462512986513587
4Peterborough UnitedPeterborough462591289612884
5Oxford UnitedOxford Utd4622111379562377
6Barnsley4621131282641876
7Lincoln CityLincoln4620141265402574
8Blackpool4621101565481773
9Stevenage4619141357461171
10Wycombe WanderersWycombe461714156055565
11Leyton Orient461811175355-265
12Wigan AthleticWigan462010166356762
13Exeter CityExeter461710194661-1561
14Northampton TownNorthampton46179205766-960
15Bristol Rovers46169215268-1657
16Charlton AthleticCharlton461120156465-153
17Reading461611196870-253
18Cambridge UnitedCambridge461212223961-2248
19Shrewsbury TownShrewsbury46139243567-3248
20Burton Albion461210243967-2846
RCheltenham TownCheltenham46128264165-2444
RFleetwood TownFleetwood461013234972-2343
RPort Vale461011254174-3341
RCarlisle UnitedCarlisle4679304181-4030


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