Standings

# Team MP W D L F A G P
1 Luton Town 32 20 8 4 64 27 +37 68
2 Barnsley 31 18 8 5 57 27 +30 62
3 Portsmouth 31 17 8 6 51 32 +19 59
4 Sunderland 30 15 13 2 51 28 +23 58
5 Charlton Athletic 32 16 7 9 48 33 +15 55
6 Doncaster Rovers 31 15 8 8 58 39 +19 53
7 Peterborough U… 32 13 10 9 50 44 +6 49
8 Blackpool 31 12 11 8 34 28 +6 47
9 Fleetwood Town 32 12 9 11 43 34 +9 45
10 Wycombe Wanderers 32 11 10 11 41 45 -4 43
11 Coventry City 32 12 7 13 33 37 -4 43
12 Burton Albion 31 11 8 12 41 39 +2 41
13 Scunthorpe United 32 11 7 14 40 56 -16 40
14 Southend United 32 12 3 17 40 41 -1 39
15 Plymouth Argyle 32 10 7 15 40 53 -13 37
16 Accrington Stanley 29 9 9 11 27 38 -11 36
17 Walsall 32 9 8 15 34 50 -16 35
18 Rochdale 32 9 7 16 38 63 -25 34
19 Bristol Rovers 31 8 9 14 30 34 -4 33
20 Oxford United 31 7 12 12 38 47 -9 33
21 Gillingham 31 9 6 16 41 53 -12 33
22 Shrewsbury Town 31 7 11 13 33 43 -10 32
23 Bradford City 32 9 5 18 36 52 -16 32
24 AFC Wimbledon 32 7 5 20 23 48 -25 26

Results

Tuesday, February 12, 2019
Sunderland 1 - 1 Blackpool
Doncaster Rovers 3 - 0 Southend United
Walsall 0 - 1 AFC Wimbledon
Saturday, February 9, 2019
Bristol Rovers 1 - 1 Shrewsbury Town
Charlton Athletic 1 - 1 Southend United
Bradford City 0 - 1 Fleetwood Town
AFC Wimbledon 0 - 2 Burton Albion
Doncaster Rovers 3 - 1 Peterborough U…
Blackpool 2 - 0 Walsall
Gillingham 1 - 4 Barnsley
Scunthorpe United 2 - 0 Accrington Stanley
Plymouth Argyle 1 - 1 Portsmouth
Rochdale 0 - 1 Coventry City
Oxford United 1 - 1 Sunderland
Luton Town 3 - 0 Wycombe Wanderers

Fixtures

Friday, February 15, 2019
Sunderland 9:45 PM Accrington Stanley
Saturday, February 16, 2019
Southend United 2:30 PM Portsmouth
Gillingham 5:00 PM Scunthorpe United
Oxford United 5:00 PM Peterborough U…
Shrewsbury Town 5:00 PM Burton Albion
Fleetwood Town 5:00 PM Luton Town
Coventry City 5:00 PM Walsall
Barnsley 5:00 PM Wycombe Wanderers
Bradford City 5:00 PM Plymouth Argyle
Charlton Athletic 5:00 PM Blackpool
Tuesday, February 19, 2019
Rochdale 9:45 PM AFC Wimbledon
Sunderland 9:45 PM Gillingham
Barnsley 9:45 PM Burton Albion
Accrington Stanley 9:45 PM Oxford United
Portsmouth 9:45 PM Bristol Rovers

plymouth Team News:


Conor Grant is out for Plymouth, as are both Jamie Ness and Joel Grant. Fortunately, the Pilgrims have no fresh injury concerns.

walsall Team News:


Walsall will continue to be without both Kory Roberts and Adam Chambers, though the visitors are without fresh injuries.

plymouth vs walsall Tip Reason:

Fortunes have started to turn for Plymouth, who’ve now won three on the bounce. Derek Adams’ men still look suspect at the back, but they’re offering plenty going forward and are battling hard to earn much-needed points. One more win and the Pilgrims will almost certainly climb out of the relegation zone. Plymouth have started to win games of late, though it’s easy to feel that they’ve been a tad fortunate. For example, against Coventry at the weekend, the Pilgrims came out of the game with an expected goal difference of -0.69. It would be wrong to say that they absolutely deserved to lose, as they battled hard and showed great determination, though in terms of chances created, it’s fair to say that their win was a fortunate one. Fortunately, Plymouth have generally done a good job of creating more than their opponents on home soil, even if they do give plenty away in the defensive third. Derek Adams’ men have bettered their opponents in six of their last seven matches at Home Park. During that time, they’ve averaged a pleasing 2.22 expected goals for during that time, though they’ve given up an average of 1.41 at the other end. The fact that they can certainly create more than their opponents is positive, but they’re no doubt still leaving themselves a tad too exposed as far as Adams is concerned. When it comes to being useful going forward and not so useful at the back, Walsall fit the bill too. Tuesday’s visitors come here of the back of a rare clean sheet after beating Gillingham by three goals to nil at the weekend, which will have allowed confidence levels to rise, though they don’t often keep their opponents out on the road. The visitors had conceded nine in four away matches prior to Saturday’s win, while they’re currently surrendering an average of 1.66 expected goals on their travels, which certainly doesn’t scream defensive solidity. Fortunately, as they proved when creating plenty and notching three times away at Priestfield on Saturday, the Saddlers can hurt teams in the final third. Moreover, they’re up against a Plymouth rear-guard that loves to concede. Given that both teams are clearly capable in the final third and yet somewhat weak at the back, ‘Over 2.5 Goals’ looks a tad overpriced. As there’s been an average of 3.38 expected goals in Plymouth’s home matches, as well as 3.05 in Walsall’s travelling games, backing the goals to arrive at Home Park on Tuesday evening is the way to go.

Plymouth vs Walsall Betting Prediction:

Plymouth 2 1 Walsall
Tip: Over 2.5
Odds
1.80
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