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League One: Oxford vs Peterborough – Betting preview

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Ace Football previews the League One game between Oxford and Peterborough who meet up on Saturday. The match preview includes the current team news, stats, and a recommended betting tip.

Oxford face Peterborough at Kassam Stadium in one of the last matches of the season, as only three rounds remain in this current League One campaign.


Team form: Oxford vs Peterborough

Oxford Form

Oxford conquered seven points from their last three matches and started off drawing 1-1 with Shrewsbury. Next up was a 4-0 win against Fleetwood, before Burton were defeated in 0-4 win. Oxford won half of their previous six matches on home soil in the League One, while also drawing two. They suffered one defeats, while they scored 14 and conceded eight goals.

Peterborough Form

Peterborough look back on their last three matches with six points to show for their efforts. Against Carlisle, they were left empty-handed in a 1-3 defeat, but they bounced back by beating Leyton Orient in a 1-2 win. They followed that up with a 3-0 win against Port Vale in their most recent outing. Peterborough won half their previous six away matches in the League One, as well as seeing one draw and suffering two defeats. They scored nine goals whilst conceding nine.

Betting stats for Oxford and Peterborough

Here are some facts that might be useful for placing bets on the upcoming game between Oxford and Peterborough. The facts are based on the statistics from the last couple of matches that these teams played across all tournaments.

  • Oxford have scored in 21 of the last 23 home matches in the League One
  • Oxford have scored in 18 of the last 20 home matches
  • In 8 of the last 10 home matches Oxford played, both teams scored
  • In 8 of the last 10 home matches Oxford played in the League One, both teams scored
  • In 9 of the last 11 Oxford home matches the sum of goals was over 2.5
  • Peterborough have scored in 34 of the last 36 matches in the League One
  • In 12 of the last 14 Peterborough matches the sum of goals was over 2.5
  • Peterborough have scored in 21 of the last 23 away matches in the League One
  • In 10 of the last 12 matches Peterborough played in the League One, both teams scored
  • Peterborough have scored in 20 of the last 22 away matches

Players in form: Oxford vs Peterborough

It has been a great season for Mark Harris so far as he currently has 13 goals on his account during this season. He also hit the net four times in his last six games, leaving Oxford hoping he delivers against Peterborough on Saturday as well. Siding with him to score in the upcoming game seems like a reasonable choice.

Betting markets: Oxford vs Peterborough

Full-time result

Oxford claimed four wins, drew three and lost three of their previous 10 home matches across all tournaments. Peterborough won seven, drew one and lost two of their last 10 games away. Peterborough have not lost to Oxford in 9 consecutive meetings.

Both teams to score

Oxford scored first in seven of their last ten home games. Peterborough scored the opening goal in six of the last ten away from home. Peterborough will feel optimistic about scoring on Saturday with Oxford managing a measly four clean sheet in the previous 10 games. The latter fought their way to two clean sheets in their previous 10 games. Peterborough have scored in 3 consecutive meetings with Oxford when playing at away ground.

Total goals

Over 2.5 goals came out seven times in the previous ten matches across all tournaments for Oxford, who scored an average of 1.7 goals along the way. Over 2.5 goals happened in eight of the last ten games for Peterborough, who managed to hit the net 2.2 times on average in these games.

Recommended tip: Oxford vs Peterborough

In conclusion, the upcoming game between Oxford and Peterborough seems like a decent betting opportunity. Considering the abovementioned stats and facts, we have come up with a betting suggestion for this League One match.

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