Oxford v Bolton League One Prediction & Betting Tips – 21st March 201719th March 2017 / lee
Oxford v Bolton League One, 21st March 7.45pm
There is some good League One action going down on Tuesday night as Bolton try and consolidate their place in second spot in the division. This is a game in hand that they hold over those around in the promotion chase so they will want to capitalise on this, but this isn’t an easy game out at Oxford who could pull themselves into within touching distance of the play off places with three points. Oxford are 6/4 for the win, with Bolton at 17/10 and the draw is at 12/5.
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Oxford v Bolton Betting Tips
This should be a pretty tight clash at the Kassam Stadium on Tuesday night in League One action. There have not been many goals between the two of them in the most recent meetings there, with just two goals in the last three clashes. The last two games between them in Oxford have produced a 0-0 result and in the William Hill Correct Score market a 0-0 draw is trading at a price of 9/1 and that could have some appeal. Oxford haven’t been going great guns on home soil though because they have lost three of their last four on home soil in League One, failing to score in two of their last last three there. They have posted just the two wins in their last eight league games at home and so the U’s are struggling a bit. Under 2.5 goals on the fixture returns a price of 8/11. Just 33% of Oxford’s league home games this season have gone over the 2.5 goal line. When the two met earlier in the season, Oxford took a 2-0 away win but they have failed to win any of their last three at home against them and have failed to score in any of those. Their victory over Bolton earlier this season snapped a six match winless streak that they were on against Bolton. Overall this season, Oxford have posted a W8 D4 L6 record at home this season.
Bolton are on a good push towards the Championship this season and they start this midweek game in second place in the table. The title looks a long way off though because they are nine points adrift of leaders Sheffield United going into this game. Bolton have gone W8 D4 L5 out on the road this season and they have put together a two match winning streak on the road, scoring four goals exactly in each of their last two road games. That however, has been their only two away victories in their last seven league outings. Another indicator that this is going to be a low scoring game is the fact that just 35% of Bolton’s away games have gone over 2.5 goals so again. Bolton are currently on a five match unbeaten streak in the league W3 D2 home and away, but they have taken just the one clean sheet in their last eight road games in the league. Bolton to win to nil at William Hill in this one is a big 7/2 price and up in the anytime goalscorer market, joint favourites are Oxford Chris Maguire and Oxford’s Conor McAleny.
Who will win – Oxford v Bolton Predictions
Draw: Frankly there’s nothing wrong with having a punt on the 0-0 correct score in this one to follow a trend and it may be worth going under 1.5 goals as well. The U’s aren’t in great form at home, while the Trotters have only just improved some dodgy away from. Look for a low key game and match outright draw.
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