Accrington vs Oxford – The seven-game losing record for Accrington was ultimately broken by Harvey Rodgers’ lone goal. The team of John Coleman will now get ready for a crucial match against Oxford at The Wham Stadium.
The visitors are in decent shape as they have gone six games without a loss. They had to settle for a point against Forest Green in their most recent game. Luke McGee, the goalkeeper for Forest, put forth an excellent effort by blocking nine shots.
The home team is now making modest progress after suffering a close 1-0 loss to Sheffield Wednesday, as they have now kept three straight clean sheets across all competitions. On the table, they are presently in position 19.
Additionally, this season, the host has lost almost 50% of its games. This explains their lingering at the bottom of the table very obviously. But they are moving in the right path because they have achieved three significant victories this month.
According to the stats, the visitors haven’t suffered an away loss in over a month. The fact that both clubs are separated by four points going into this match is another intriguing element.
Accrington vs Oxford – Betting Analysis
The current host team won the two sides’ previous meeting in February of this year by a score of 2-0.
Over two years have passed since the last victory celebration at The Wham Stadium for the visitors.
In four of the previous five matches played at The Wham Stadium, more than 3.5 goals were scored. You can wager on the following since our first prediction for this game is that Oxford will win by a score of 3-1; the associated odds are 19.00.
The key justification for my prediction is that the away team won the previous meeting between these two teams by a score of 5-1. They also have a respectable road record this year.
Our next prediction for this game is that there will be over 2.5 goals scored; the odds for this prediction are 1.85. This matchup has historically produced high scores.
The game finished with more than 2.5 goals, as it did in four of the previous five encounters at The Wham Stadium.