We’ve got five selections from Saturday’s Championship, League One and League Two matches. 1)Nottingham Forest to beat Blackpool. Forest are flying up the table since sacking Chris Hughton and have picked up 10 points in four matches since his departure. Steve Cooper’s men scored three goals in each of their back-to-back away wins at Barnsley and Birmingham, so will be full of confidence on their return to the City Ground.
Walsall vs Salford Walsall sit 21st in the table heading into this clash, but sit 23rd based on points. The Saddlers possess the third worst form in the league based on goal scored and goals against, looking set to be embroiled in another relegation battle unless things improve.
Tranmere vs Colchester Friday night football returns to the Wirral, when ninth-placed Tranmere Rovers welcome Colchester United, currently 18th in League Two, to Prenton Park. Tranmere are going well at the moment with last Saturday’s 2-1 home success over Crawley continuing a run of four games without defeat.
Barrow vs Colchester United Barrow, who overwhelmed their previous game, will expect a relative result following a 0-3 League Two triumph over Oldham Athletic. Before this game, they are undefeated in their beyond 3 home affiliation matches. Furthermore they are without a triumph at home for the past 2 affiliation matches.
We’ve got five selections from Saturday’s League One and League Two matches for our latest football tips. 1)Ipswich to beat Shrewsbury. The Tractor Boys suffered a frustrating setback when edged out at Accrington in a scrappy affair but had previously picked up seven points from three League One outings after thrashing Doncaster 6-0 on home turf, when Lee Evans hit a hat-trick.
Forest Green Rovers vs Northampton Town Boondocks Green Rovers will hope to return to winning ways here after the 0-2 League Two misfortune last freedom to Port Vale. They have been scored in all of their last six devices, permitting in a total of 8 goals. In the game going before this, Northampton Town drew 0-0 in the League Two match with Crawley Town.
We’ve got five selections from Saturday’s matches in the Championship, League One and League Two for todays games. 1)Fulham to beat Reading(Kick off 17:00pm EAT) Fulham ruined plenty of football accas last weekend with their coupon-busting defeat at Blackpool but normal service was resumed on Wednesday with a 4-1 win at Birmingham which sent them back to the top of the Championship table.
ROTHERHAM V SCUNTHORPE Rotherham United, buoyed by their previous result, will be hoping for more of the same after the 0-2 League One triumph vs Cheltenham Town. For Rotherham United, the goals were scored by Will Grigg (51') and Rarmani Edmonds-Green (75').
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Arsenal's U-21 side faced League Two side Swindon in the Football league trophy at the County ground, a match the young guns lost but two goals to one but one youngster stole the show for the Kevin Betsy's led side. Charlie Patino has the tongues of Arsenal supporters wagging after a dominant display at the heart of the midfield where he pulled the strings for his side and at only seventeen years, he is being touted to be the next breakthrough star.
Colchester United vs Gillingham Colchester United prepare for this game after a 1-1 League Two drawn match against Rochdale. They have been scored against in 5 of their beyond 6 matches, moving 5 targets. Resulting to being beaten in their last game against Shrewsbury Town in League One competition, Gillingham will believe that they can improve achieve this one.
Barrow are from the League Two – the fourth tier in English football, while Villa are from the Premier League – which is not only the top flight in England, but also the best league in the whole of Europe. By all means, expect a win for Aston this Tuesday at the Holker Street.
Mansfield Town vs Preston North End Mansfield Town, following on from their previous result, will expect the same old thing social affairs 2-1 League Two triumph versus Bristol Rovers. Boss Nigel Clough doesn't have any wellbeing stresses to talk over before this contention inferable from an absolutely strong social affair available for decision.
PORT VALE V CARLISLE Port Vale prepare for this match following a 0-0 League Two tied result vs Tranmere Rovers. It has been seldom in recent games where Port Vale have shown defensive steel. The reality is that Port Vale have failed to prevent opponents from scoring in 5 of their previous 6 games, leaking 8 goals during that time.
Harrogate town: Harrogate Town prepare for this fixture following on from a 1-1 League Two stalemate vs Exeter City. The only scorer from Harrogate Town was Jack Muldoon (43'). Joshua Key (79') scored for Exeter City. It has been seldom in recent times where Harrogate Town have shown defensive steel.
We’ve got five selections from the Championship, League One and League Two for our latest football games. 1)Sheffield United to beat Derby. Both of these teams have picked up two wins apiece so far but are expected to be at opposite ends of the table by the end of the season.
Sheffield United vs Carlisle United Sheffield United won't require a repeat of their last result here after a 0-1 Championship defeat in their keep going game because of Birmingham City. Their measure of destinations moves toward just 2 versus obstruction bunches over the range of their last six outings.
Shrewsbury are from the League One, and have a better h2h record recently. Meanwhile, Rochdale are from the comparatively weaker League Two, and are also on the road. Likely, expect a win for the former. These two were in the League One the last season, and while Shrewsbury managed to extend their stay for another campaign, their counterparts could not.
STEVENAGE VS SWINDON. Swindon Town’s recent league outings have been extremely tight affairs and we’re unlikely to see many goals when they take on Stevenage at The Lamex Stadium this Saturday. The Robins’ are marginally fancied to edge matters in Hertfordshire this weekend after grinding out seven points from their last three games, though that’s one of the reasons why under 2.5 goals makes more appeal.
Barrow vs Scunthorpe United Barrow will hope to return to winning ways here after a 1-0 League Two disaster in their past game against Stevenage. They have fail to hold equals back from scoring in 5 of their previous 6 matches, conveying 7 targets during that time. Since encountering a mishap in their past game against Swindon Town in League Two action, Scunthorpe United will hope to offer harmony here.