TOWN’S draw with Brighton leaves them just off the League I play-off pace, priced at 10/3 by totesport to go up.
But Lee Clark’s side would force their way firmly back into contention with a victory tomorrow as they face a test of their top-six mettle at home to fifth-placed Swindon.
Unbeaten at the Galpharm, Town are Betfred’s 23/20 favourites to get the better of the Robins.
Swindon, meanwhile, are 5/2 courtesy of Betdaq to be the first team to win in Town’s backyard this season.
A fourth draw in five for Town is chalked up by Victor Chandler at 12/5.
And that won’t be without its takers given the importance of the contest, which is 11/2 with Jaxx.com to finish 1-1 and 9/2 (William Hill) to be all square at the end of each half.
Optimistic Town supporters will nevertheless note that their side have prevailed on Swindon’s last two visits (2-1 last season and 1-0 the time before).
And a third consecutive victory by a one-goal margin is one for home fans to consider at 11/4 with 888Sport.
Elsewhere, Stan James mark 4/1 against Clark’s men eventually registering a win, despite a drawn first period.
And Ladbrokes offer odds of 7/1 for Town to finish on the right side of a 2-1 scoreline.
Paddy Power, meanwhile, rate a match total higher than 2.5 goals at 5/6.
Partybets combine that with a Town success at 5/2.
And Jordan Rhodes catches the eye in the first-scorer market at 5/1 with bet365.
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