Tuesday, April 7, 2020

Wycombe 23/20 to beat Crawley in Wednesdays League Two battle

Tom Dunstan in Betting Tips and News 20 Mar 2018


Competition: League Two

Market: Wycombe to beat Crawley

Odds: 23/20 @ Bet365

With the League Two table reaching the business end of the season, English football’s third tier remains incredibly tight at both ends of the table with just a single point seeing a team jump several places. On that note, promotion hopefuls Wycombe will travel to Crawley on Wednesday night.

For former Liverpool midfielder Harry Kewell’s Crawley side have slipped back to their old ways after an impressive start to the New Year. Despite winning eight of their nine matches at the start of 2018, The Reds have now failed to win any of their last three and now have one win in their last five. Currently sat 12th in the League One table, Kewell’s side look set to endure their second mid-table finish on the bounce if they can not improve on their recent slump. Sat three points below breaking into the top half of the table, Kewell will be looking for his Crawley side to address their defensive issues of late, the Reds have not kept a single clean sheet in their last seven outings and just won in their last 10.

As for Gareth Ainsworth’s Wycombe side, the Chairboys have endured a successful season after missing out on the playoffs last season. Now sat fourth in the League One title, Wycombe know that the possibility of securing an automatic promotion spot still looks likely. With 66 points, Ainsworth’s side now sit just five points away from Luton and a win for the Chairboys on Wednesday night will see them leapfrog Notts County into third spot. Now on a run that has seen them lose just two in their last 12 outings, Wycombe also boast the third best-attacking record in the whole of League One. Ainsworth’s side have also been impressive away from Adams Park, they have now won five of their last six away matches and drew the other.

Bet: Wycombe to beat Crawley in Wednesdays League Two battle 23/20 @ Bet365>>


Tom Dunstan

Formerly of The Independent, Tom is a freelance football and boxing journalist from Essex, England. Currently working for three online publications, Tom is a graduate of the University of Falmouth and has spent the last two years writing across Australia, New Zealand and Asia. He can be followed at @IamTomDunstan



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