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Wycombe vs Bristol Rovers Predictions

England League One | Adams Park | 8th February
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Wycombe
  • D
  • L
  • W
  • L
  • W
  • L
KO 15:00
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Bristol Rovers
  • L
  • L
  • L
  • D
  • D
  • L

Wycombe vs Bristol Rovers predictions for Saturday’s League 1 fixture at Adams Park. Will the hosts bounce back? Or will they slip further away from the league leaders? Read on for our free League 1 predictions and betting tips.

Predictions & Tips

We use stars to rate our confidence in our tips, with 3 being most confident to 1 being the least.
Wycombe Wanderers to Win @ 4/5

We use stars to rate our confidence in our tips, with 3 being most confident to 1 being the least.
Wycombe Wanderers 2-0 @ 7/1

Reason For Wycombe vs Bristol Rovers Predictions

  • Wycombe have the best home record in League 1 having won 11 out of 15 at Adams Park.
  • Only Peterborough have scored more home goals than Wycombe in League 1 this season.
  • Bristol Rovers are the second-worst team when it comes to shots on target for away from home this term.

Adams Park provides solace

Consistency is something that Wycombe have struggled with of late, but that hasn’t stopped them from clinging on to a place in the top two. What’s more, the Chairboys remain a very strong side on their own patch, where they have the highest win percentage in the division.

In a time of inconsistency and variables in terms of results, Adams Park provides Wycombe with a constant. At home, Wycombe are anything but an easy team to face. They’ve won three of their last five on their own patch and have won 11 out of 15 overall there this term. Scoring goals is also something that has come easy to the Chairboys at home this term, as they’ve notched no less than 28, scoring two or more on eight occasions. Such goals numbers bode well ahead of a match against a Bristol Rovers side that has scored very few travelling goals of late.

Travelling problems for Gas

It’s now been around six weeks since Ben Garner took charge at Bristol Rovers, though the fledgling manager is still searching for his first win. It’s fair to say that things haven’t gone well. Gas have won none of their last nine league matches, five of which they’ve lost.

Overall, Rovers are floundering, but they’re really struggling away from home, where they’re without a win in four. They have drawn two of those four, though that’s not much consolation given their current predicament. Seven goals conceded in their last three on the road doesn’t scream defensive solidity, but their main issue is at the other end of proceedings. Rovers have failed to score in three of their last four on the road, scoring just one goal in total during that time. That is a big worry ahead of Saturday’s game.

Opportunity for the hosts

Given Bristol Rovers’ severe lack of goals of late, this must be viewed as a huge opportunity for the hosts to keep themselves in the top two. Punters are advised to support Wycombe to do just that. While Rovers have struggled both in terms of goals and creativity away from home of late, Wycombe have continued to score regular goals at home. That extra final-third quality can make all the difference for the hosts, who’ve won seven of their eight home games against bottom-half opposition this season.

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