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Topic: Bristol City vs Ipswich Town - Championship Rnd.31 13/02/16 15:00  (Read 86 times)

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      Analysis: Bristol City vs Ipswich Town (13 February 2016)
      « Reply #1 on: February 11 2016, 08:51 »

      Analysis of Bristol City

      Bristol City recently added important points away home, thus remaining above the water line with a slim margin of just three points. However, with just two wins in the last 15 matches it won’t be easy to stay away from the distressing areas of the league table.
      The matches between these two teams have had a very marked rivalry, and Bristol City seeks to show to their fans that have quality to stay in this division.
      At home, this team hasn’t contributed to matches with many goals, because in the last eight matches only seven had more than three goals. For this match, the team is at full strength and will do everything to impress their new coach Lee Johnson.

      Analysis of Ipswich

      Ipswich is fighting for a place in the playoffs and is no longer in access places after the last defeat away home. But the team is still with a chance to get there and seeks to resume their way already this weekend.
      The team was doing an excellent season at home but, they lost three consecutive matches in this condition without scoring a goal and, now, they hope to rectify some of the mistakes.
      Daryl Murphy and Ainsley Maitland-Niles must enter the eleven to strengthen the team on the searching of a victory in a match on which they won’t count on David McGoldrick and Dean Gerken.

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      We predict a very balanced and studied match and, although the odds points to a favorite, we think the match will be marked by balance and the fight in the midfield. So, the Under 3.5 Goals has great value and, we don’t expect any rain of goals in this match.

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