Bradford City vs Barnsley – Preview, and Prediction
Jamie Walker was the lone Bradford City player to score in the 75th minute. Notts County’s goals came from David McGoldrick (5′), Macauley Langstaff (36′, 42′), Dan Crowley (45′), and Richard Brindley (57′ Own Goal).
There has been no letup in the goal-scoring drought that Bradford City has been experiencing, as they have scored goals in each of their last six matches.
During that time, they have conceded nine points and claimed eight. But that pattern won’t necessarily continue in this upcoming game.
After losing to Derby County in League One, Barnsley and their fans will hope for a better result this time. Derby County scored with Craig Forsyth (48′) and James Collins (35′, 63′).
Neill Collins’s Barnsley have cause for celebration after winning their last six games, scoring 11 goals in all for an average of 1.83 goals per game.
Bradford City vs Barnsley – Betting Analysis
Examining their previous head-to-head matches, which date back to April 25, 2015, we see that Bradford City has won one and Barnsley has won four, with one match ending in a draw.
In these matches, they scored ten goals in total, two from the Tykes and eight from the Bantams. That translates to an average of 1.67 goals per game.
The final League One meeting between these clubs took place on December 1, 2019, match day 28, with Barnsley defeating Bradford City 3-0. Refereeing the match was Jeremy Simpson.
Though it’s difficult to distinguish between Barnsley and Bradford City, it seems to us that both teams should have plenty of chances to score.
What are the best odds for this match?
Checking out the betting prices for the game in the full-time result market, a victory for Bradford City is available for 2.71, a bet on a draw is 3.45, and putting your money on the winner to be Barnsley can be had at 2.43. They’re the best returns being offered as of now.
Bradford City vs Barnsley – Head-to-Head
Our Prediction: Away Win or Draw