Fleetwood vs Peterborough: Three Top Tips
- Prediction one: Match Result – Draw @ 21/10
- Prediction two: Both Teams to Score – Yes @ 19/20
- Prediction three: Anytime Scorer – Jonson Clarke-Harris @ 13/10
The odds provided are up to date at the time of publication. Odds are subject to change though and you should always check with your bookmaker before placing any bets. Our recommended bookmaker for this match is Ladbrokes.
19 points might separate these sides in the table after they’ve both played 37 matches but the result is far from a nailed on win for Peterborough; they've won just three of their last 10 on the road. Fleetwood by contrast have won just three of 10 at home with another five drawn. Across the last five matches, Fleetwood and Peterborough share identical records (won two, lost two and drawn one). It's a similar story across the last three head-to-head meetings too with one result of each kind – a win each and one match tied.
Both Teams to Score
The second of our tips for the Fleetwood Vs Peterborough match is that both sides will score. Fleetwood have scored in five of their last six home games whilst Peterborough should fancy bagging at least once after hammering seven past Accrington at the weekend; that was also the sixth game running where they've netted. It's true, the home side are strong defensively but Posh are not half bad going forward and, if you need an extra nudge, each of the last three meetings between the pair have seen both teams score.
Jonson Clarke-Harris to score anytime
We've made it clear we expect both sides to score. Assuming that prediction comes in that means Peterborough will have the ball in the net at some point on Friday afternoon. There's a mighty good chance that the man who does the business will be Clarke-Harris. The 26-year-old already has 25 goals to his name this season. Eight of them have come in his last 10 and, given he bagged a hat-trick last week, his confidence will be sky high.
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No sign of seventh heaven this weekend
Peterborough will arrive at Fleetwood in high spirits after turning in one of the best performances of the season at the weekend. It's fair to say the League One top scorers might find chances a bit harder to come by against Simon Grayson's men though. Despite sitting in the bottom half, the hosts boast the third best defence in the league. Recent form and previous meetings make this a tough match to call but one thing is highly likely; it will be an intriguing watch.
FAQ about Fleetwood vs Peterborough
- Who's the favourite? – Peterborough are the favourites
- What time is kick off? – 3 pm GMT
- How long has Simon Grayson been in charge of Fleetwood? – Grayson was appointed on 31st January 2021