Some midweek EFL action is loved by me, and this acca will hopefully be the ideal complement for it. Let us start in League One, where I have Ipswich beating at AFC Wimbledon. The Dons are famously tricky to conquer when travelling, but with only one point from their opening three league encounters, its shaping up to become just another tricky period for Wally Downes side. Town, whove made a fairly stable beginning, will enhance their chances at home Tuesday, particularly after battering Sunderland (albeit emerging using just a point) at Portman Road a few weeks ago. This is where Ipswichs season really sets sail. Ive got two well-priced picks in League Two starting with Plymouth to conquer at Salford at Home Park. Much was due to Salford this season, but they Agree to deceive — which is the reason why I am confident theyll lose from an excellent Pilgrims outfit after beating a Stevenage side about the opening afternoon. Ryan Lowes guys did shed to Newport at Rodney Parade (a notoriously tough place to go) over the weekend, however theyve as much quality, also 6/4 seems too long for a negative as good as them to conquer Salford in your home. Swindon have made a start to the season plus they should have sufficient to oust a Northampton side that was very poor. The Robins have seven points in their opening play some, things that is great and are certain to be big players in the marketing race ahead of time. As for the Cobblers, they have only one point from their opening three months, and in my opinion, do not stand a chance on Tuesday. Read more here: http://tsllibya.com/?p=18521