Standings

# Team MP W D L F A G P
1 Luton Town 38 23 11 4 72 31 +41 80
2 Barnsley 38 21 12 5 64 28 +36 75
3 Sunderland 37 19 16 2 64 34 +30 73
4 Portsmouth 38 20 11 7 66 41 +25 71
5 Charlton Athletic 38 19 10 9 55 37 +18 67
6 Doncaster Rovers 37 15 12 10 61 46 +15 57
7 Coventry City 38 16 8 14 43 42 +1 56
8 Peterborough U… 38 15 10 13 58 54 +4 55
9 Blackpool 38 13 14 11 39 40 -1 53
10 Fleetwood Town 38 14 10 14 49 41 +8 52
11 Burton Albion 38 13 11 14 48 44 +4 50
12 Plymouth Argyle 38 12 9 17 47 59 -12 45
13 Bristol Rovers 37 11 11 15 37 37 +0 44
14 Wycombe Wanderers 38 11 11 16 47 58 -11 44
15 Accrington Stanley 36 11 11 14 38 49 -11 44
16 Gillingham 38 12 8 18 49 61 -12 44
17 Scunthorpe United 38 12 8 18 46 64 -18 44
18 Shrewsbury Town 38 10 13 15 42 50 -8 43
19 Oxford United 38 10 13 15 44 54 -10 43
20 Southend United 38 12 6 20 47 55 -8 42
21 Walsall 38 11 9 18 42 60 -18 42
22 AFC Wimbledon 38 11 6 21 32 53 -21 39
23 Rochdale 37 10 8 19 44 75 -31 38
24 Bradford City 38 10 6 22 42 63 -21 36

Results

Saturday, March 16, 2019
Oxford United 1 - 0 Bradford City
Luton Town 2 - 2 Gillingham
Burton Albion 3 - 0 Blackpool
Bristol Rovers 0 - 0 Charlton Athletic
Peterborough U… 1 - 2 Coventry City
Fleetwood Town 2 - 0 Plymouth Argyle
Southend United 0 - 1 AFC Wimbledon
Portsmouth 2 - 0 Scunthorpe United
Shrewsbury Town 2 - 1 Wycombe Wanderers
Sunderland 2 - 1 Walsall
Friday, March 15, 2019
Doncaster Rovers 0 - 0 Barnsley

Fixtures

Saturday, March 23, 2019
Walsall 2:00 PM Barnsley
Peterborough U… 5:00 PM Southend United
Rochdale 5:00 PM Scunthorpe United
Shrewsbury Town 5:00 PM Portsmouth
Luton Town 5:00 PM Doncaster Rovers
Plymouth Argyle 5:00 PM Bristol Rovers
Bradford City 5:00 PM Blackpool
Burton Albion 5:00 PM Accrington Stanley
AFC Wimbledon 5:00 PM Gillingham
Coventry City 5:00 PM Oxford United
Tuesday, March 26, 2019
Doncaster Rovers 9:45 PM Bristol Rovers

blackpool vs doncaster Tip Reason:

It looked for all to see that Blackpool were going to lose all three points on Saturday afternoon; they trailed Southend by two goals to one as the clocked ticked into the 96th minute, though the Seasiders kept going right until the end and were duly rewarded with an equaliser when Southend substitute Taylor Moore put the ball into his own net just seconds before the final whistle. On balance, as they ended the game with an expected goal difference of +0.63, a draw was the least that Terry McPhillips’ men deserved. Given the situation that they found themselves in, the Seasiders will have been pleased to equalise late on last time out, but they will also be disappointed not to have won. The play-off places are just three points ahead of Blackpool, but McPhillips’ men need to make a habit of winning games if they want to overtake both Peterborough and Doncaster, who they can go level on points with by beating on Tuesday. The fact that the visitors will be without top scorer John Marquis, who was sent off on Saturday, is a bonus for the hosts, who’ve lost just one of their last five at home. Moreover, the Seasiders have done a reasonable job of creating more than they’ve given away at home this season. They’ve averaged a relatively pleasing 1.57 expected goals for and have now scored at least twice in three of their last four at Bloomfield Road. Such numbers bode well ahead of a Doncaster side that is prone to conceding goals on the road. Having failed to win any of their last four, two of which they’ve lost, Donny’s play-off place is looking far less guaranteed. That said, they were unlucky on Saturday. If they create as much as they did at Kingsmeadow on Tuesday evening, then Doncaster should do plenty of damage at Bloomfield Road. Going forward, Doncaster are bound to offer a significant threat on Tuesday, even without Marquis. They’ve averaged 1.5 goals for away from home this season, while they currently average 1.69 expected goals for. However, Donny are now without a clean sheet on their travels since the start of December, which means that they’ve picked the ball out of their own net in seven straight away games. When we run the numbers, it’s easy to feel that ‘Both Teams to Score’ is a solid option at the current prices. Neither Blackpool nor Doncaster have been short of creativity in their respective home and away games. The hosts are averaging 1.57 expected goals for, while the visitors are averaging 1.69 expected goals for. Add in the fact that Doncaster have conceded an average of 1.56 goals, as well as scoring an average of 1.5, on the road and it really is tough to avoid backing both teams to get on the score-sheet on Tuesday evening.

Blackpool vs Doncaster Betting Prediction:

Blackpool 1 1 Doncaster
Tip: Both Teams Score
Odds
1.80
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