These two have seen plenty of each other recently and here they go again in this FA Cup replay. Following the draw in this FA Cup tie, they met in League One on the weekend, in which Wycombe came out on top. Will they prevail back at Adams Park as they try and make it through to the second round of the FA Cup? Read our Wycombe vs Tranmere betting tips for more.
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on November 17th, 2019 at 8:12 p.m.)
The Chairboys earned a 2-2 draw in an entertaining game at Prenton Park in this FA Cup tie. After falling behind early in the game, they then found themselves ahead in the second half of the tie, but couldn’t hold on. They went back to Tranmere on the weekend in League One action and they secured a 2-0 win there, despite again coming off second best in terms of possession.
Wycombe are in great form at the moment as they are on a 10 match undefeated streak of form in all competitions. At Adams Park this season Wycombe are unbeaten, winning 7 of their 10 games played there. Each of their last three home wins have been by a 1-0 margin. Both teams have scored in just one of Wycombe’s last five games at Adams Park. The Chairboys are the current League One leaders but they have won just two of their last eight FA Cup home games.
Wycombe won at Tranmere in the league on the weekend
This will be the third game in the space of 11 days between the two clubs
Tranmere are winless in three against Wycombe (D1 L2)
Wycombe have lost three of their last four home games against Tranmere
Tranmere may end up rueing the missed opportunity of home soil advantage in this tie. This is a big ask of them now as underdogs. Kieron Morris got both of their goals in the first meeting between them. The Rovers have been struggling a little bit with their form recently as they have managed to take only one victory in their last five games played (D2 L2) across all competitions.
That one victory was at least out on the road in the league against the struggling MK Dons. Overall this season the away record of Tranmere is a poor W2 D1 L5. Just once this season on their travels have they managed to score more than one goal in a game. They have a bit of away form in the FA Cup though having taken a W3 D1 record in their last four such fixtures, scoring at least two goals in each of those wins. Can they pull off the upset?
Wycombe have held their own against The Rovers this season and that will likely continue as they meet up at Adams Park. They have the extra clinical quality in the attack that should see them get through this replay. Home win.
18th November 2019 / lee - Category: FA Cup & League Cup Betting
Tranmere are struggling down at the wrong end of the table and head into the weekend just three points above the drop zone. This is not going to be the easiest of home fixtures for them to deal with either. Wycombe are sat up in the top two in the league and are carrying some good form with them at the moment. Read our Tranmere vs Wycombe betting tips for more.
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on November 13th, 2019 at 3:33 p.m.)
Tranmere took an important win for themselves out at the MK Dons last time out in league action. The Dons are one of just five teams sitting beneath Tranmere in the table, so that was a huge three points for Rovers. Can they follow it up? They are yet to win back to back league games this season and their home record sits at W2 D3 L2. So far this season Tranmere have played eight games against teams currently in the top half of the table and they have lost six of them (W1 D1).
Rovers have scored an average of two goals per home game, so that has been a very good output from them. 71% of games at Prenton Park have gone over 2.5 goals. Rovers have failed to bank a clean sheet in any of their last five home league games. Five of the seven away losses that they have suffered this season have been by a margin of at least two goals. Although their two home losses have only been by a margin of one. Tranmere have been trailing at half time in four of their seven home games, scoring 80% of goals this season in the second half of fixtures.
Tranmere and Wycombe met last weekend in the FA Cup, playing out a 2-2 draw
This is their first league meeting since 2015
Both teams have scored in three of the last four meetings
Tranmere have won one of their last four home games against Wycombe (D1 L2)
Wycombe are going strong in a promotion push this season in League One. They have won their last two league games, both by a 1-0 scoreline. Four of their last five victories in the league, home and away combined, have been by that very scoreline. While Wycombe boasts a fantastic unbeaten home record this season, they are only W2 D4 L1 out on their travels. Wycombe have a three-match undefeated streak of form going away from home (W2 D1).
Their defence has been superb this season. They have taken a clean sheet in five of their last seven league outings home and away. In total, they have only conceded four goals away from home this season in seven games played. They haven’t been anywhere near as prolific away from home as they have been at Adams Park and only average under a goal per road game. Just one of their road games this season have made it over 2.5 goals, picking up a clean sheet in 57% of away fixtures.
Yes the FA Cup meeting last weekend was open and entertaining but you would expect the tight defence of Wycombe to visit Bloomfield Road in this league encounter. This is where it really counts for them and they have been so good at the back. Away win.
15th November 2019 / lee - Category: League One / Two Betting
Wycombe did not have the greatest of campaigns last season, only surviving the drop by three points. They will be hoping for a bit more substance this go around. They kick off at home as they welcome Bolton. The Trotters took another drop down the tiers after relegation from the Championship last season. Bolton start the new season with a 12-point deficit because of having gone into administration. Read our Wycombe v Bolton betting tips for more.
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on July 30th, 2019 at 9:15 p.m.)
Wycombe posted a W10 D5 L8 record on home soil last season in League One. Things just went horribly wrong for them from the end of January. They went on a twelve match winless streak of form, winning just three of their final fifteen fixtures of the season. That was their first season back up in League One though after promotion, so at least they avoided the drop straight back down. Can they build something better this season?
The Chairboys have great managerial consistency going with Gareth Ainsworth still in charge after taking over back in 2012. Wycome scored an average of 1.2 goals per home game last season and less than half of their games at Adams Park made it over 2.5 goals. Wycombe have had a good pre-season and have their veteran options in the attack of Craig Mackail-Smith and Adebayo Akinfenwa. Of their ten home wins last season, nine of them were achieved by a one-goal margin.
This will be the first meeting between the two teams
The Trotters could not hold on to their Championship status last season. They only won the eight fixtures across the course of the campaign, and their away record was W4 D4 L15. They finished second from bottom, with only Ipswich doing worse than they did. It was just miserable reading for Bolton fans all the way and they lost their final seven games of the season, failing to score in any of their last six. In total, home and away combined last season, Bolton managed an average of just 0.6 goals per game. They only earned a clean sheet in a total of 13% of their games. It has been some fall from them as they were playing in the UEFA Cup just over a decade ago.
Bolton lost their Premier League status in 2011 and dropped to the third tier in 2016. Phil Parkinson got them back up to the second tier, but that ended with another relegation. Parkinson is still in charge. They had major financial problems last season, including no club staff being paid for 20 weeks. They had friendly matches cancelled in July because players refused to pay. There was a danger that they were going to have this game suspended, but they managed to show the EFL evidence of financial viability this week. Because of their financial problems and falling into administration, they have been handed a 12-point deduction, along with the newly-promoted Bury.
Wycombe didn’t know if this game was going to go ahead and actually had suspended away ticket sales. It’s on though but you have to think that the home side are going to be a lot more prepared for this. There are all sorts of problems happening with Bolton. Home win.
31st July 2019 / lee - Category: League One / Two Betting
Sunderland are running in some very strong form at the moment with a five-match winning streak behind them. They will be looking to keep up the pressure on league leaders Portsmouth this weekend with another three-point haul for themselves. Wycombe are down in the bottom half of the table, but their output has started to improve over their recent run of fixtures. Read our Sunderland v Wycombe betting tips for more.
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on November 15th, 2018 at 1.12 p.m.)
It is a five-match winning streak of form that Sunderland are on in League One after beating Plymouth 2-0 last weekend. Their form at the Stadium of Light this season in the division reads W4 D3 L0 so they should be good enough to avoid defeat here. The Black Cats have not conceded a goal in any of their last four games (home and away combined) for a total of 398 minutes without having conceded a league goal. Sunderland to win to nil is at 13/8 odds for this fixture* (Betting odds taken on November 15th, 2018 at 4:41 pm).
They have averaged over two goals per fixture at the Stadium of Light this season, with 71% of their home fixtures having made it above the 2.5 goal line. Over 2.5 goals is at 17/20 odds* (Betting odds taken on November 15th, 2018 at 4:41 pm). Each of the last three played there have made it above the goal line. Because the current leaders Portsmouth are not in action this weekend then Sunderland will go top with a win, courtesy of goal difference.
Even though the Black Cats have not lost at home yet this season twice they have been trailing 1-0 at halftime at home. They have been winning at halftime in four of their seven home games so that is pretty strong and could push things towards a Sunderland/Sunderland half-time/ full-time consideration. Sunderland are currently 16 matches unbeaten in the league.
Sunderland and Wycombe will be meeting for the first time
There has been definite improvements coming from Wycombe as they have recorded four wins in their last six games. The notable thing about that though is that each of those were at home by the Chairboys. They took a 1-0 win over Peterborough last weekend. Both teams to score is at 10/11 odds* (Betting odds taken on November 15th, 2018 at 4:41 pm). The away form of Wycombe in League One this season reads W1 D3 L4 and the Chairboys have failed to win any of their last five on the road, losing their last two.
Out on the road, this season in league Two One Wycombe haven’t managed to get themselves a clean sheet so far. Going forward themselves, of the away goals that they have produced, 62% of them have come in the second half of games. In three of their eight games out on the road, they have been losing 1-0 at halftime. They have also conceded at least two goals all but two of their last six away games. In the correct score market a Sunderland 2-1 option is at 7/1 odds* (Betting odds taken on November 15th, 2018 at 4:41 pm). Wycombe may be able to cause the home side some problems but can they do enough to record a victory?
This could be an entertaining game as Wycombe are capable of producing in front of goal. Sunderland are still looking sharp though and a Sunderland to Win & Both Teams To Score option fits the bill nicely at the Stadium of Light.
15th November 2018 / lee - Category: League One / Two Betting
The end of season play off chase in League Two isn’t anywhere near as exciting as last season’s when there was a whole host of teams still in the running on the final day. All games are being played on Saturday, May 5th with 5.00 p.m. kick offs.
The top three automatic promotion places are settled, with Accrington having won the league, followed by Luton and then Wycombe. They all make the move up and regardless of their results on Saturday that is how the top three will finish.
Exeter and Notts County have both secured play-off places and things could get shaken up in the play-off places. Exeter starts fourth by only a point above Notts County and just three above both Lincoln and Coventry. So Exeter would have to land a win at home against Colchester to guarantee that they finish in fourth place. With Colchester in mid-table and out of form, then the Grecians have a good chance of delivering the goods at 13/10 favourites with William Hill* (Betting Odds taken at 5:37 p.m. on May 2nd, 2018).
Notts County then have to better Exeter’s result on the final day to get fourth. They are at home but they face a tough challenge as they take on second-placed Luton who are fully back in form again and who are the top scorers in the division by a country mile. County are safely in the play offs even if they were to lose this one and Coventry and Lincoln both win.
The danger to Coventry and Lincoln missing out is Mansfield who are one place outside the play offs. If either Coventry or Lincoln loses and Mansfield win then the Stags would get up into the play-off places. So really what County and Lincoln are both looking for is to avoid defeat. Coventry have a nice home game against Morecambe who will be trying to fend off relegation, while Lincoln are also at home as they play host to the out of form Yeovil.
So Mansfield are the only one who could disrupt one of those two and they got at home against mid-table Crawley with the Stags at 1/2 odds on with William Hill* (Betting Odds taken at 5:37 p.m. on May 2nd, 2018) to land the victory.
Chesterfield are heading out of the top tiers of English football and down to the National League. They will finish bottom. Barnet are in big danger of following them down, but the Bees have produced a W3 D1 run of form in their last four to boost their survival hopes. They have to get one on the weekend to stand a chance of staying up. Fortunately, they are facing Chesterfield so that gives them a great chance of doing so. Barnet are 4/7 odds on to win that* (Betting Odds taken at 5:37 p.m. on May 2nd, 2018) which will heap pressure on Morecambe
Morecambe are two points ahead of Barnet and the only other ones in relegation danger. Because of goal difference, a point in their game should be enough. However, they have a tough game on the road at Coventry and the Shrimps are 5/1 underdogs at William Hill* (Betting Odds taken at 5:37 p.m. on May 2nd, 2018) for that game. So there could be a shake up.
Barnet are certainly the ones carrying the form and with Morecambe facing such a tough game, the Bees are value to get safe after having looked down and out for most of the season.
3rd May 2018 / lee - Category: League One / Two Betting
Well it’s back to Villa Park for the FA Cup third round replay and you will probably have to side with the home side in this one. More often than not, if the underdogs can’t land a win at the first attempt on home soil, then they pay a price. Villa are still bottom of the Premier League but have actually won a game since drawing with Wycombe. The Chairboys slipped to a defeat in League Two on the weekend, but that has been their only defeat in their last seven on the road in all competitions. Villa are 2/5 for the win, with the draw at 4/1 and Wycombe at 8/1.
Well, things were tight in the first go around so it could be worth considering the 0-0 bore draw insurance on the replay at online betting site Bet365. Place a pre-match bet on the correct score, scorecast or half time/full time markets and if there are no goals in the match (90 minutes) and therefore your bet gets ruined, you will get a lost stake refund. Register an account with online betting site Bet365 and you can claim a 100% matched deposit as a welcome bonus.
Despite Villa getting pegged back in the first meeting, they weren’t under so much pressure that you really ever thought that they were going to crack. They are a side who lack goals so wherever they go they are going to look as if they are struggling just a little bit. They are now unbeaten in their last three matches, which actually included a Premier League win over Crystal Palace. The Villains built last season’s FA Cup run all the back of home form in the competition and they look likely to carry on from that in this one and the bookmakers are heavily on their side. This will be just the fourth clash between the two clubs and this will be the first time that Villa have actually hosted the Chairboys.
Villa hold a 2-0 head to head lead in those three meetings (one draw) having scored 14 goals and conceding four in those matches. it is probably worth looking under 2.5 goals for this one at a price of 4/5 because Villa Park has been full of goals this season at all. Villa came from behind to earn a 1-1 draw with title challengers Leicester on the weekend in the Premier League thanks to a goal from Rudy Gestede. The big striker is trading at a price of even money alongside Jordan Ayew in the anytime goalscorer market. The Villains are now unbeaten in their last three on home soil (W1 D2 with both of those draws being with a 1-1 scoreline).
Wycombe have just started to slump a little bit with no win in their last three played in all competitions (D1 L2). The drawn match in that sequence was the Villa game so maybe they have gotten a bit distracted by this FA Cup tie. The Chairboys have only lost two of their last eight on the road, so haven’t been all that bad away. But did they miss their big chance in the first meeting? Wycombe’s goal in that game has been their only one in their last three played, the wrong time for their output to be drying up. Prior to that three game sequence, they had scored exactly two goals in each of their previous five. They have Paul Hayes and Gary Thompson running at the 4/1 price in the anytime goalscorer market.
It will probably end up being another case of the underdog having missed their best opportunity to move through. It’s going to be tough for the Chairboys back at Villa Park as they didn’t really have the Villa back line under a lot of pressure on home turf. It should be a win for the Villains in a match that goes comfortably under 2.5 goals.
18th January 2016 / lee - Category: FA Cup & League Cup Betting
An FA Cup Third Round upset on the cards maybe? This is League Two’s Wycombe going up against a Premier League side after all, but punters may still fancy the Wanderers to pull off the win. However, from the two previous meetings that the two clubs have gone up against each other in, it has heavily been in favour of Aston Villa. But with relegation to the Championship looming over them, how interested will they be in a big Cup distraction? Aston Villa are 6/5 for the win, with the draw at 11/5 and Wycombe at 12/5.
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Villa have won the two previous meetings by a 5-0 and 8-3 scoreline (both League Cup)
Aston Villa have won two matches all season from 26 played
The Villains reached last season’s FA Cup Final winning all their games on home turf (semi excluded)
The Chairboys have scored two goals in four of their last five at Adams Park
This is just what the FA Cup stuff is made of. A big chance of a Cup upset. Wycombe will really be up for this, they have to be. They aren’t in bad form, the Chairboys having lost just one of their last six matches across all competitions, and just two of their thirteen. At Adams Park they have lost just one of their last six as well (W2 D3 L1) so may well give the Villains a pretty good scrap here. Wycombe have scored at least two goals in four of their last five home games and well, and really at the moment it doesn’t take all that much to knock the stuffing out of Aston Villa. Can the Chairboys claim a Premier League scalp? Most likely the game will drift away under 2.5 goals which is on offer at a price of 7/10 with online betting site Ladbrokes.
The two sides have met just twice before, both League Cup fixtures and Wycombe have been hammered, coding thirteen goals in those two games with just three in reply. But the Villains are rock bottom of the Premier League with just two wins all season across all competitions. They really are at rock bottom right now and have lost their last two games, both, incidentally, coming on the road at Sunderland and Norwich in the Premier League. So where can they go from here? Villa’s last (and just their second win of the season) came against Birmingham in the Capital One Cup back in September of last year. It has been a fifteen match winless streak from them since then, with eleven of those fifteen matches having been lost.
How do you back a side who has put up those figures, even if it is a Premier League club against a League Two side? Villa have lost nine of their last eleven away games and just haven’t got the goals to out-punch anyone. Last year’s FA Cup runners up look a long way short of getting back there and they haven’t scored more than one goal in any of their eight away games. They really need a goalscorer to stand up and be counted and Rudy Gestede is a 6/5 anytime goalscorer, the same price as Jordan Ayew. So there is a bit of threat there you would imagine against a League Two defence. Last season Aston Villa’s great cup run was all built on the back of home results. Things are different with them hitting the road and they are a huge risk of an early exit.
The Chairboys will have their backers to pull off an FA Cup upset here. But it may not be that cut and dry. Villa are down on their heels at the moment and have no away form to warrant backing. however, this is still a top division side going against a League Two outfit and there may be value in pushing the game to end in a draw in what should be a very interesting match up.
8th January 2016 / lee - Category: FA Cup & League Cup Betting
So it is play off final weekend in England and kicking off the Wembley festivities and heartbreaks are Southend and Wycombe in the battle to move up to League One. This is a somewhat fitting duel between the two sides who finished fourth and fifth in the regular season, level on points as well. So it should be a good, tight scrap in the capital. Southend are running as 6/4 favourites,with Wycombe at 9/5 and the draw at 23/10 (90 mins).
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Fortunately, looking at the recent history between these two, it is a game which is likely to produce some goals. Both league meetings this season flew over 2.5 goals, with a 2-2 draw at Southend and a 4-1 win for Wycombe on home turf. Southend came through their play off semi final having needed extra time to see off the attention of Stevenage following a 1-1 draw in the first leg. That has seen them go winless in their last three games now, so for the Shrimpers, it has been a switch up in form because prior to that, they had strung together seven wins on the bounce in League Two. It went wrong on the final day of the regular season when their winning streak was ended in a 3-1 loss at Morecambe, a result which cost them automatic promotion.
So did that blow of confidence rattle them? They have failed to beat Wycombe in the last four attempts as well (D2 L2) but you should see value in them being level at half time. They were drawing at half time in 61% of all their League Two matches this season. Top man up front for them is Barry Corr who is running at a quote of 8/5 favourite in the Bet365 anytime goalscorer market. He was on target for the Shrimpers in the first leg of the semi final against Stevenage. Compared to Wycombe over the course of the regular season, Southend had a far superior defence, but trailed badly to Wycombe in the goalscoring department.
Wycombe in contrast have found their winning touch, having won their last three games on the bounce. They took one goal margin victories over Plymouth in each of their semi final play off legs. Both teams have scored in 13 of Wycombe’s last 18 games and there is a temptation to go over 2.5 goals here for a price of 6/5 with Bet365. The Chairboys have Fred Onyedinma as shortest price option in the anytime goalscorer market at a 11/5. The thing about Wycome is that they generally don’t make life easy for themselves at the back and here’s a stat for you. From their fifteen previous matches against Southend, they have kept just one clean sheet. It does suggest goals, but at the end of the day, this should be a tight squeeze for both of them.
If Wycombe’s defence were a bit tighter than you would probably side with them as they have the winning streak going. But Southend are a tough, resilience side with a great defence and won’t let things slide easily in the final. Look for the game to be a draw in ninety minutes, as was proved in the regular season, there is nothing to chose between them. There’s a temptation to defy odds and go over 2.5 goals.
19th May 2015 / lee - Category: League One / Two Betting
Well, what a dramatic conclusion to the first leg it was. Wycombe looked in full command leading 3-0 with just four minutes left on the clock, but then Argyle struck back with not one, but two lifelines. It was a crazy finish, and now Plymoth need more of that firepower to shine through as they hit the road for the second leg. The away side usually wins when these two meet. Wycombe are 13/10 for the win, with the draw at 12/5 and Plymouth also at 12/5 for the win.
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Wycombe nearly landed themselves an automatic promotion spot, but still look in a good position to move on through to the play off final in League Two. Their 3-2 win at Plymouth in the first leg followed a 3-2 win on the road in their final regular league match of the season. Seven of their last eleven matches played have gone over 2.5 goals, which can be taken at a price of even money with online betting site Bet365. It does hint that there will be more drama in this tie as Plymouth carry a good attacking weight as well. If you are looking at the recent form in meetings between the two, then the home side should be a bit of a banker.
Wycombe’s win over Plymouth in the first leg extend the winning streak of the away team when these two meet. Each of the last six games between Wycombe and Plymouth have been won by the visiting side. Can Wycombe snap that streak? That game also snapped a five match streak where the away side had won with a clean sheet too. Wycombe aren’t the most solid of defensive sides, and they shipped more home goals than anyone else who finished in the top eight in League Two at the end of the regular season. It suggests that Argyle will get a shot.
Plymouth aren’t a bad side going forward and how telling will those late goals by Zak Ansah and Jason Banton be for their play off final hopes? The Pilgrims have lost five of their last twelve played against Wycombe and worryingly they have won just two of their last seven played away from Home Park. That should be a concerning thing for punters. Both of these were a little bit patchy coming down the home stretch of the regular season, but Plymouth’s confidence will have been boosted by their late and unexpected fight back in the first leg. Can they press on and finish the job?
The recent history in meetings between these suggests that Plymouth are going to get the away win. They will have dented Wycombe’s confidence a bit last week, but the Chairboys look solid enough at home to just hold out in a high scoring game to move through. Would roll with the home side, as Plymouth have to stretch themselves a bit and Wycombe could pick them off.
13th May 2015 / lee - Category: League One / Two Betting
The race for a spot in League One continues on the weekend with the League Two Play Offs. Wycombe are second favourites behind Southend to win the play offs, but they go as underdogs for their visit to the south coast to face Plymouth on Saturday. Here you have a very good home record going up against a very good away record. It’s likely to be a tight one. Plymouth are running as 13/10 favourites for the win, with Wycombe at 2/1, and the draw at 12/5.
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Plymouth played their way into seventh spot, the final place off place in League Two, thanks to back to back wins to round off the season, enough to keep Luton off their backs. You have to look at the overall home form of Plymouth this season which has been great, losing just four league games all term. But it’s not only that, it is the fact that they shipped just 14 goals at home all season, an average of 0.6 per game against. Impressive defensive record. This first leg is going to be the key to them, because they aren’t great travellers, so can’t be backed with confidence on the road for the second leg.
Plymouth are unbeaten in their last six home games, but even with their great overall home defensive record, it should be noted that they shipped a goal in each of their last four at home. Top scorer for them this season Reuben Reid is trading as 6/4 favourite in the anytime goalscorer market and Plymouth led at half time in fourteen of their 23 home matches in the League Two season. Not bad, however, they have lost their last three home games on the bounce against Wycombe, failing to score in any of those matches.
In the last five meetings between Wycombe and Plymouth, the away side has come out on top with a clean-sheet victory. That’s a trend running and worth having a flutter on perhaps. Five of the last six meetings have gone under 2.5 goals, including both of those season’s meetings, and that is a 4/7 quote with Bet365 to happen again. Wycombe suffered only two defeats on the road all season, a hugely impressive return. In both of those defeats, they were losing at half time in the game. Wycombe conceded less than a goal per game on the road during the regular season, and finished 13 points ahead of Plymouth in the final standings.
A low scoring affair looks the biggest value and there should perhaps just be a nod toward Wycombe taking the win, with the away team coming out on top in each of the last five meetings. Plymouth’s failure to put home clean sheets on the board during their run in, should give a very efficient Wycombe side the chance to nab an early advantage in the tie.
6th May 2015 / lee - Category: League One / Two Betting