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Stake High on These 4 Matches And Win Big Tonight

1 Venezia vs Lecce

Venezia’s last 10 Serie B games saw both teams notch on 6 occasions while both teams scored in 8 of Lecce’s last 10 league games. Both teams scored in each of the last 7 meetings between Venezia and Lecce. Over 2.5 goals were notched in 5 of the last 7 league clashes between the pair.

Prediction: Both teams to score/over 2.5 goals

2 Crawley vs Walsall

Crawley have won 5 of their last 7 league matches while Walsall are without a win from their last 7 league games. The visitors have lost 5 of their last 7 clashes in the English fourth tier league and vulnerable to another defeat tonight. Crawley are on a 3-match winning run and are favorites to secure a fourth league win on the bounce.

Prediction: Crawley win

3 Peterborough vs Portsmouth

Peterborough are without a win from their last 3 league games (D1L2) but the host had won 6 consecutive matches prior to that. Portsmouth, on the other hand have been defeated 5 times from their last 7 league games (W1D1). Peterborough hammered Portsmouth 5-1 the last time the pair met in a competitive clash. Thus, the hosts are favorites to triumph again tonight considering Portsmouth have lost each of their last 3 league games.

Prediction: Peterborough win

4 AFC Wimbledon vs Wigan Athletic

 Two of League One’s strugglers clash tonight, Wigan looking to avoid relegation to League Two. AFC Wimbledon have only won 2 of their last 14 league games, losing a whopping 8 matches during that awful run. The hosts conceded in 12 of those 14 clashes. Wigan Athletic have also lost 8 of their last 14 league games but they scored in 9 of those 14 clashes. Over 2.5 goals were also notched in 9 of Wigan Athletic’s last 14 league clashes. AFC Wimbledon and Wigan have met in 3 competitive clashes, each side with a win apiece. Three or more goals were notched in 2 of those 3 H2H clashes.

Prediction: Over 2.5 goals

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