Doncaster Rovers are among those sides, with the south Yorkshire team having accrued 57 points from 31 matches and their away form has been particularly strong. Ten wins on the road is more than any other club has managed in this division and an eleventh on Monday night would help them to the top of League One.
Donny are 9/5 with BetVictor to win at the Broadfield Stadium although they are three games without a win, having lost at Bury and at home to Walsall before holding the MK Dons to a goalless draw at the Keepmoat Stadium.
The experienced Brian Flynn is in charge of the team until the end of the season after Dean Saunders’ departure to Wolves, with the former Wrexham and Swansea manager hoping to end his managerial career on a high by taking Rovers back into the Championship.
Doncaster weren’t among the favourites to win League One at the start of the season but their away record has been really impressive and there’s just a slight worry about where the goals are going to come from at the moment.
Billy Paynter has scored the only goal the team have managed in the last three games and the former Swindon man is a 6/1 chance with Coral to score the first of this particular match.
As for Crawley, the Red Devils occupy 15th place after a strong start to the campaign fizzled away although Richie Barker will be hoping that a decent finish might see Town scramble a play-off place.
Recent form doesn’t make for too pretty reading, with the team having lost five of their last eight games, although they did hold Swindon at home in their most recent match at the Broadfield Stadium and are slight favourites to win this one.
Bet365 go 13/8 about Crawley winning the game and recording their seventh victory at home this season, something which would dent their opponents’ hopes of automatic promotion in the process.
With neither team looking a particularly attractive proposition based on recent form, a draw is probably the most appealing outcome at 12/5. BetVictor offer 13/2 about a 1-1 draw and that looks perfectly plausible with neither team scoring too many goals or keeping too many clean sheets.