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Sheffield Wednesday vs Plymouth Argyle Predictions

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Plymouth Argyle

Plymouth Argyle Double Chance (Win or Draw)

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Tip Reasoning

  • Sheffield Wednesday have won one of their last five league games, against struggling Crewe Alexandra.
  • The Owls have failed to score in three of their last four.
  • Plymouth have won three on the bounce, all to nil, after shocking Birmingham in the FA Cup last week.

Wednesday’s underwhelming run

Sheffield Wednesday have suffered back-to-back defeats, following up a 5-0 thrashing at Sunderland with a 1-0 reverse to Shrewsbury, and have failed to score in three of their last four outings, winning one of their last five as their play-off push falters.

Despite going on a decent unbeaten run in the not-too-distant past, the Owls have actually won just four of their last 15 games in all competitions, drawing eight of those. Wednesday have drawn four of their ten league games at Hillsborough, giving them just the 13th-best home record in League One.

Darren Moore’s side have already suffered two 3-0 defeats to Saturday’s opponents Plymouth Argyle, who sit six points above their hosts in seventh place. Plymouth have won three on the spin, all to nil, after shocking Championship side Birmingham City in the FA Cup, putting an inconstant Autumn run behind them.

Back visitors for a result at Hillsborough

Steven Schumacher has lost just once since stepping up to replace Preston-bound Ryan Lowe as Plymouth boss, a reverse which came at second-placed Sunderland. Given Wednesday’s inconsistency and Plymouth’s recent upturn, backing them for a result at Hillsborough looks prudent, with Argyle already besting the Owls in both league and cup action this campaign.

Backing Plymouth on the double chance market looks a strong play, as does a 1-0 away win on the correct score market, which would be Plymouth’s fourth successive shutout win.

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