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Burton are five points clear at the top of League Two but have a serious list of injuries as they take on Stevenage tonight.
Stevenage are three points off the play-off places and have won five of the last six meetings with Burton, including the last four.
However, their form has suffered a wobble in recent weeks, failing to win any of their last three (drawing twice and losing at home to Dagenham last week.
In contrast, Burton have lost just two of their last 19 league games. Boss Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink is set to hand debuts to three new loan signings against Stevenage – the arrival of Liverpool pair Jack Dunn and Kevin Stewart from Liverpool and Birmingham striker Denny Johnstone will help short-term.
However, given Burton’s injuries and suspensions, and while we think it may be worth taking the visitors to upset the odds at 4.20, we look for a few goals. There have been three goals or more scored in 10 of the last 13 meetings and that is a trend to follow.
Heronshaw (Warwick, 4:00) may not be a popular winner with some punters, as he would be denying the better-fancied hat-trick-seeking duo Capard King and Saint John Henry in the 3m1f handicap hurdle.
Henry Daly’s runner looks to have a bit to find on the book with that pair and he was on and off the bridle when struggling to get off the mark here in soft ground in February.
Tis was not his first good effort, however. He was running a big race at Wetherby previously when coming down.
Though he takes a class hike today and shoulders 7lb more, he has been given a generous amount of time to recover and could follow up.
BET: Heronshaw (Warwick 4:00)
The Miami Open offers plenty of betting opportunities today and we take a chance that Alexandr Dolgopolov can see off Thomaz Bellucci in straight sets.
Dolgopolov reached the quarter-finals at Delray Beach and Acapulco, before going out to Milos Raonic in the last 32 stage at Indian Wells.
Brazilian Bellucci, a year older at 27 and ranked at 81 in the world (16 places lower than his opponent), has been taken to three sets by both Lleyton Hewitt and Pablo Cuevas in this tournament.
That is an improvement on some recent form, which has seen him disposed of in the first round at both Indian Wells and at the Irving Challenger event. Indeed, before winning twice in Miami, he had lost his last eight matches.
Dolgopolov is no great shakes, but he should be able to make light work of Bellucci.
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