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Bristol Rovers - Wycombe
England League 1 - Memorial Stadium
Bristol Rovers and Wycombe face each other in a League One clash on Saturday, August 26th as the Gas try to gain momentum and Wycombe look to build an unbeaten streak. Read on to learn about the latest Bristol Rovers vs Wycombe odds in our detailed match preview.
Bristol Rovers vs Wycombe Predictions and Betting Tips
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Wycombe or Draw
- Wycombe have enjoyed these matches recently and they are near-perfect in the last 5 H2Hs (W4 D1).
- Rovers won just 1 of their first 4 games this season (D2 L1).
- Wycombe start to find their form and they collected 4 points from their last 2 league matches.
BTTS – No
- All 5 official matches this season for Wycombe had a clean sheet in them.
- Rovers saw 2 of their 4 league matches produce such outcomes too.
- Also, there had been a clean sheet in 3 of the last 5 H2Hs.
Top Betting Odds and Key Stats for Bristol Rovers vs Wycombe
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Now, let's take a better look at the best markets and odds we found for this duel:
Bristol Rovers odds: 5/4 (2.25) – 44.4% Probability
Draw odds: 13/5 (3.60) – 27.8% Probability
Wycombe odds: 23/10 (3.30) – 30.3% Probability
As we can see, the bookies see Bristol Rovers to be the expected winners in this match, with a 44.40% win probability. Wycombe are not ruled out though. Their win probability is 30.30%. Regarding other markets, Bristol Rovers to Score First is worth considering in our opinion at 20/23 (1.87) – 53.50%.
Bristol Rovers – Wycombe Preview: Latest Form, News, and Potential Lineups
Read all of the latest injury updates and team news for this duel, including our predicted Bristol Rovers vs Wycombe lineups.
Bristol Rovers have enjoyed a solid but unimpressive start to the new season. They’ve won just once in the first 4 rounds but also lost only once. Yet to keep a clean sheet though. Also, earned a single point from their last 5 matches vs Wycombe.
The Gas have some serious injury issues right now and coach Barton struggles to fill all the gaps. Defender Friend and playmaker Rossiter, both certain regular starters when fit, are sidelined right now. All of Wilson and Gibbons in defence + winger Brown also nurse injuries. Wilson seems closer to a return from those.
Veteran Sinclair is the only in-form forward and after being benched last time around to rest he should start again now up front.
Cox (GK), Hoole, Wilson, Grama, Gordon, Ward, Finley, Thomas, Collins, Sinclair & Marquis
Wycombe opened their season with back-to-back 0-3 defeats. They have steered course since though and with 4 points from their last 2 matches they start to look up the table proper now.
Last weekend Wycombe dominated their home game vs Burton Albion from start to finish but they struggled to convert chances and this was why they had to settle for a 0-0 draw. Wycombe won easily their last match vs Bristol Rovers, they triumphed 2-0 back in March.
Centre-back Grimmer and 2 fringe wingers are the only long-term absentees. There could be problems at the full-back positions though. The two main full-backs McCarthy and Jacobson are struggling with minor training ground injuries and are deemed doubtful.
Stryjek (GK), Forino-Joseph, Low, Tafazolli, Vincent-Young, Potts, Scowen, Leahy, Boyes, Taylor & Vokes
The teams usually announce their starting lineups one hour before the start of the game.
Player to Watch: Scott Sinclair
The 36-year-old winger Sinclair scored in 2 of the last 3 rounds, despite him starting only 2 of the 4 games so far. Sinclair is used mainly on the left flank but he likes to drift inside, or attack crosses at the back post.
His experience often sees him making the right moves and finding the right positions so we back him to be one of Bristol’s main threats yet again.