Wigan Athletic vs. Shrewsbury Town. Shrewsbury Town will squire off against their domestic rivals, Wigan Athletic today in the EFL Trophy fixture. The visitors will be aiming for a win to enable them to earn a slot in the knockout stages of the competition. Wigan has collected only one point resulting in them rocking down the Bottom of Group C while Shrewsbury Town has now earned 3 points and they sit at second place of the table.
1. Wigan Athletic versus Shrewsbury Town I can essentially say that the two groups here have created practically comparable outcomes in their past association matches. However, diving deep into them, I observed that Wigan figured out how to beat Shrewsbury in a large portion of their no holds barred matches.
Wigan vs. Shrewsbury Town Wigan looks forward to repeating the final result and defeating Fleetwood Town in 2-3 League One. They reached a total of 13 and admitted a total of 6 during that period. Last time, Shrewsbury Town drew 1-1 in a League One match against Lincoln City.
WIGAN V MK DONS Wigan will be looking for another win after a 0-4 League One triumph over Bolton Wanderers. For Wigan Athletic, the scorers were Will Keane (6'), James McClean (50', 81') and Callum Lang (65').
Portsmouth vs Shrewsbury Town Portsmouth should continue from where they left off last break with a 2-0 League One victory over Crewe Alexandra. Coming into this social affair, Portsmouth have not lost a class append with Shrewsbury Town in their previous 3 matches. Ensuing to being beaten in their last game against Morecambe in League One action, Shrewsbury Town will might want to further develop result this time.
Accrington Stanley vs Shrewsbury Town I think Accrington will return to winning ways back on home turf against a Shrewsbury side who have started the season poorly. Salop will want to show they have turned a corner after last weekend's victory, but they have not picked up consecutive wins since the start of February.
SHREWSBURY V WYCOMBE Shrewsbury Town, following on from their previous result, will be hoping for more of the same after the 2-1 League One triumph over AFC Wimbledon. For Shrewsbury Town, the goalscorers were Luke Leahy (41') and Daniel Udoh (67').
1. Wigan vs. Shrewsbury Town I can simply say that the two teams here have produced almost similar results in their previous league matches. But going deep into them, I found that Wigan managed to beat Shrewsbury in most of their head-to-head matches. So since they will be playing at home, it's my hope that the home benefit will trigger their performance here.
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.
Oxford United WLLWLL Oxford United will be hoping for a better result after the 1-2 League One defeat last time out to Accrington Stanley.The only name on the scoresheet from Oxford United was Elliot Lee (25').Paul Smyth (16') and Michael Nottingham (70') scored for Accrington Stanley.
ROCHDALE V COLCHESTER Rochdale, following on from their previous result, will be hoping for more of the same after the 0-2 EFL Cup triumph over Shrewsbury Town. In that game, Rochdale had 53% possession and 18 attempts at goal with 5 of them on target.
Coventry City vs Northampton Town Coventry City, drifted by their previous result, will expect the same old thing social affairs 2-1 Championship achievement against Nottingham Forest. Northampton Town will go into the contention following a 1-0 League Two win with the obscuration of Port Vale in their last game.
SHREWSBURY V CREWE Shrewsbury Town will be hoping for a repeat of their last result, following a 2-1 League One triumph versus Gillingham. For Shrewsbury Town, the goals were scored by Tom Bloxham (59') and Sam Cosgrove (68'). Jack Tucker (12') scored for Gillingham.
Pirelli Stadium will host Tuesday’s postponed fixture between Burton Albion and Shrewsbury Town.The Brewers aim to bounce back from a 2-1 loss to MK Dons, and a win over the Shrews will see them escape the danger zone.
Burton Albion vs Shrewsbury Town.Burton Albion will host Shrewsbury Town today evening.The home side is aiming to respond immediately after suffering their first League One defeat in eight matches last weekend.
Real Madrid vs Chelsea With 18 of Chelsea’s 21 matches under Tuchel featuring fewer than three goals and Real Madrid’s last four outings producing just three goals in total we like the look of under 2.5 goals here, and that’s our main prediction for Tuesday night.
NORTHAMPTON V PLYMOUTH Northampton Town and Plymouth take on each other in the League One round of 33.Northampton aim to bounce back from a 2-1 loss to Swindon Town, and I am positive that they will fight tooth and nail against Plymouth.
Shrewsbury Town will be looking for another win after a 0-1 League One success against Blackpool.Steve Cotterill's Shrewsbury Town have managed to score a sum total of 6 times over their preceding six outings.The corresponding tally of goals that have been scored against them in those same fixtures amounts to 8.
The Covid-19 pandemic continuously acts as an obstacle to progress.Reportedly, top English manager has been hospitalised due to pneumonia associated with Covid-19.Steve Cotterill who is the Shrewsbury Town manager has been re-adamitted to hospital suffering from Covid-19 pneumonia.
VENLO V SPARTA ROTTERDAM VVV-Venlo and Sparta Rotterdam face each other in the Eredivisie round of 21.Venlo have been slipping down the standings week by week, and they are only four points clear of the relegation zone ahead of the visit of Sparta.