Alan Dudman is back in the final round of League One games and is on the Charlton site to order maintain the slim play-off chances …
With Hull crowned premier league champions, it’s no surprise they are traded underdogs here at 3.1511 / 5 – probably the highest price they can get have scored throughout the season.
And if you need more support to resist them on Sunday, the damn Opta stats for the last league game of the season say a win from the last 16 games.
That means that Charlton has a good bet at 2.3211 / 8. They have everything to play if they finish last in the playoffs, but they need Portsmouth and Oxford to slip, mostly because they have a goal difference that is against them.
But we treat this as one-time. It’s also a good sign that the Addicks have won their last two home games as their away form kept them on the hunt. They did very well against Lincoln on Tuesday night, winning 3-1.
Nigel Adkins thought it was a tremendous performance in the second half and the rate was unmatched with players like Jayden Stockley chasing balls in the last minute.
KEY OPTA STAT: Charlton has won the last two home games, which were the last league game of a season (2017 and 2019). He scored seven goals and didn’t concede.
While I have no doubt that Peterborough will be well prepared, the celebration outside London Road last week after Johnson Clarke-Harris’ final penalty means this game isn’t the highest Priority when their job is done.
Incidentally, that 96th-minute equalizer was a blow to the Lincoln Winning Bet, but the striker scored 33 in 49 and again underscores Posh’s brilliant recruitment in finding a striker to score. It’s not easy and you will have to fight to keep it as West Brom is connected.
Doncaster has been a huge disappointment this season and everything has gotten a bit pear shaped since Darren Moore left the club.
For Peterborough, however, they are something of a bogey team and remain undefeated against their old opponents.
We have to overlook their miserable home form in the Keepmoat, but there’s no pressure here and Posh could still be in party mode after last week’s exploits.
KEY OPTA STAT: Doncaster have won the last two league games of a season, beating Coventry in 2019 and MK Dons in 2020 without conceding a goal. The Rovers have never won their last league game in any campaign for three consecutive seasons in the Football League.
If it’s not excitement and lack of goals you’re looking for, Ipswich is the place for you. Supporters of the under 2.5 goals bet have been cleaning up lately, with the shifts taking no chances in a run where Paul Cook’s team has scored in just one of their last eight games.
There were two goals on that occasion, a luxury that came against Swindon, but the problems haven’t gone away.
Ipswich’s record of 22 this season on Portman Road is the second lowest in the league. Unfortunately, the price of 2.5 is under 1.51 / 2.
I’m a little surprised at Fleetwood’s odds at 2,942 / 1 as they played pretty far from home and only kept two halves of the football constant have to produce instead of playing well in 45 minutes. Their price is likely to be influenced by the beating Burton recently received on his travels. Although the brewers have been collecting points for some time.
I think we can use the Bet Builder for the two short prizes. Fleetwood Double Chance at 1/2 and Under 2.5 at 4/7 pays 2.13.
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Back Charlton Beats Hull @ 2.3211 / 8 Back Doncaster Beats Peterborough @ 3.7511 / 4 Back Fleetwood Double Chance and Under 2.5 v Ipswich @ 2.13
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