Accrington vs Oxford
Date: Saturday, 03 December 2022
Kick-off at 16:00 UK / 17:00 CET
Venue: The Wham Stadium.
Harvey Rodgers’s lone goal finally ended Accrington’s seven-game winless streak. Now John Coleman’s side will prepare for an important game as they will host Oxford at The Wham Stadium.
The visitors are in decent form as they are unbeaten in their previous six outings. In their most recent match, they had to settle for a point against Forest Green. Forest’s goalkeeper Luke McGee showed a great performance as he stopped nine shots on target.
Following a narrow 1-0 defeat against Sheffield Wednesday, the host are now making slow progress as they have kept three consecutive clean sheets in all competitions. They are currently in the nineteenth position on the table.
Moreover, the host have lost nearly 50% of their matches this season. This clearly explains why they are languishing at the bottom half of the table. However, they are going in the right direction as they have picked up three crucial wins this month.
Looking at the form, the last time the visitors lost an away game was over a month ago. Another interesting fact is that both teams are separated by four points ahead of this fixture.
Accrington vs Oxford Head-to-head
- Both teams last met in February this year and the current host won that game by 2-0.
- The last time the visitors celebrated a victory at The Wham Stadium was over two years ago.
- Over 3.5 goals have been scored in four of the last five meetings at The Wham Stadium.
Accrington vs Oxford Prediction
You can back the following, as our first tip for this game is that Oxford will win this game by 3-1 – the odd for this tip will be at 19.00. The main reason for this tip is that the visitors won by 5-1 when these two sides clashed over a year ago. Also, they have a decent away record this season.
Our next tip for this game is that Over 2.5 goals will be scored – the odd for this tip will be at 1.85. This fixture has always been a high-scoring one. As in four of the last five meetings at The Wham Stadium the game ended with over 2.5 goals.