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MANSFIELD V PRESTON

Mansfield Town, buoyed by their previous result, will be hoping for more of the same after the 2-1 League Two triumph versus Bristol Rovers.

For Mansfield Town, the scorers were Oliver Hawkins (42') and Danny Johnson (96'). Cian Harries (63') scored for Bristol Rovers.

Their latest results highlight the fact that not much more can be done by the Mansfield Town defence. Mansfield Town have been mean at the back, seeing the number of goals that have flown into the back of their net over the course of their past 6 clashes standing at 4.

Following on from suffering a loss in their previous game against Hull City in Championship competition, Preston North End and their travelling supporters will be hoping that they can get a better result in this one.

In that game, Preston North End managed 48% possession and 7 attempts on goal with 4 on target. The only player on the scoresheet for Preston North End was Emil Riis Jakobsen (8'). On the other side, Hull City had 16 shots on goal with 5 on target. Keane Lewis-Potter (35'), Richard Smallwood (62'), Josh Magennis (85') and Andy Cannon (92') scored for Hull City.

During their 6 previous matches, Frankie McAvoy's Preston North End have turned their attacks into goals a total of 9 times, giving them the goals per game average of 1.5.

Prediction: Under 3.5 Goals

PORT VALE V SUNDERLAND

Port Vale will be hoping to return to winning ways here following a 1-0 League Two loss in their previous game against Northampton Town.

Benny Ashley-Seal (23') scored for Northampton Town.

A recurring trait of more recent Port Vale games is the number of results with a nil in them.

Taking their previous 6 matches leading up to this one, in as many as 5 of them a bet on BTTS would have been a losing one.

Sunderland head into the encounter after a 2-1 League One win in the defeat of Wigan Athletic in their last fixture.

For Sunderland, the scorers were Aiden McGeady (17') and Ross Stewart (53'). Gwion Edwards (15') was the scorer for Wigan Athletic.

The stats don’t lie, and Sunderland have been scored against in 6 of their last 6 games, seeing their opponents hit 9 goals overall. In defence, Sunderland can certainly do much better. That aside, we must now wait to see whether that trend might persist in this upcoming game.

Prediction: Under 3.5 Goals

SHEFFIELD UNITED V CARLISLE

Sheffield United will be looking to improve on their last outing here following a 0-1 Championship loss in their previous game against Birmingham City.

In that match, Sheffield United had 75% possession and 16 shots on goal with 2 of them on target. Birmingham City got 9 attempts on goal with 2 of them on target. Maxime Colin (19') was the scorer for Birmingham City.

Sheffield United have not been in good attacking form in more recent games. Their sum of goals equals just 2 versus opposition teams during the course of their last six outings. In those meetings, Sheffield United have also seen the number of goals against them total 8.

In their last game, Carlisle United drew 0-0 in the League Two match with Colchester United.

For 5 of the prior six clashes involving Carlisle United, a relatively low number of goals have been scored between them and opposing teams. The overall average goals scored per game in that period is just 1.67, with the average goals for The Cumbrians standing at 0.83. Nonetheless, we must now wait to see whether that trend might be sustained in this upcoming match.

Prediction: Over 2.5 Goals

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