Stoke vs Stevenage – Stoke City will be hoping for a repeat of their 4-0 Championship victory over Reading in order to build on their previous performance.
In that game, Stoke City had 39% of the possession and 7 of their 16 shots on goal were successful. Will Smallbone (11′), Tyrese Campbell (57′), Jacob Brown (80′), and Dwight Gayle (83′) scored the goals for Stoke City. 3 of Reading’s 7 attempts at goal were on target.
In their last six games, Stoke City under Alex Neil had scored 10 goals in total. On the other hand, they have had seven goals scored against them in those same contests.
In their most recent match, Stevenage defeated Leyton Orient 3-0 to move to the top of League Two. Jordan Roberts (11′), Jamie Reid (6′), and Luke Norris (91′) scored goals for Stevenage.
The Stevenage defense has put in a string of reliable performances, leaving them with 3 goals allowed overall from their past 6 matches.
Their own assault force has scored 10 goals over that time. But there’s a chance that tendency won’t continue in this place.
Stoke vs Stevenage – Betting Analysis
With no players out due to injury, Stoke City manager Alex Neil will be relieved going into this match with no real concerns regarding his players’ fitness.
Stevenage boss Steve Evans has no fitness concerns going into this match because he has a fully healthy roster to pick from.
When Stoke City lines up against Stevenage, who may have trouble scoring, it appears to us that they have what it takes to get in on the action.
What are the best odds for this match?
Turning to the betting odds in the WDW market, a victory for Stoke City is available for 1.7, going for the draw is 3.78 and putting your money on a victory for Stevenage can be had at 5. They’re the best prices available at this very moment.
Stoke vs Stevenage – Head -to- Head