Ipswich - Plymouth
England Championship - Portman Road Stadium
* Betting odds were correct at the time of publication but are subject to change.
Ipswich vs Plymouth Top Predictions and Odds
Ipswich is the overwhelming favorite against Plymouth in this round 14 match of the Championship.
Both Teams to Score – No
- Ipswich had three negative BTTS games in the past six league matches
- Plymouth covered the bet in question three times in a four-game span
- Two out of the previous five h2h meetings ended with one team failing to score
- The home team has won five out of six home games this season
- Plymouth is one of three remaining teams without an away victory
- This bet was covered three times in the past five h2h encounters
Latest Stats and Market Fluctuations for Ipswich vs Plymouth prediction
Ipswich's last six matches: WWDWWW
Plymouth's last six matches: WDLLDW
Here are the top stats for the game along with a tool to help you pick the best odds.
These are the current Ipswich vs Plymouth odds provided by the bookies:
Ipswich odds: 2/5 (1.40) – 71.4%
Draw odds: 5/1 (5.00) – 20%
Plymouth odds: 13/2 (7.50) – 13.3%
Ipswich is the expected winner in this game with a probability of a victory coming at 71 percent. These kinds of margins are not surprising at all as the home team has been in terrific form the entire season holding on to the second place in the Championship standings. Feel free to follow our football betting tips today page for the latest picks and predictions across the markets and here a some suggestions concerning this particular Ipswich vs Plymouth duel: A Draw/Ipswich Win across both halves of the game can bring you odds of 10/3 (4.33) – 23.1% and a first Goal being scored between minutes of 46-60 is priced at 8/1 (8.00) – 12.5%.
Team Information, Preview, and Ipswich vs Plymouth Lineups
The home team won eight out of their last nine league matches to keep hold of the second spot in the standings trailing only Leicester. Even more importantly, Ipswich has a nine-point advantage over Leeds who are third and Ipswich has a game in hand, so that difference could be even greater. Lee Evans is injured.
Provisional lineup: Hladky, Williams, Woolfenden, Burgess, Davis, Luongo, Morsy, Jackson, Chaplin, Broadhead, Hirst.
Getting a crucial win during midweek action was essential for Plymouth ahead of this weekend's match at Ipswich. Plymouth got a six-point advantage over Rotherham who is the first team behind the relegation zone line.
Provisional lineup: Cooper, Scarr, Edwards, Gibson, Kesler, Houghton, Randell, Azaz, Mumba, Bundu, Whittaker.
Player to Watch: Nathan Broadhead
There is plenty of praise going around the Ipswich locker room these days, but many of those words are directed at the left-wing player Nathan Broadhead. The versatile attacker scored six goals this season which is the highest mark on the team and he added an assist to his record as well.
Broadhead started two-thirds of the ten games he was available this season. He is an Everton academy product having starred for all the youth teams in the club, but never got a chance to play for the senior squad. He was loaned out multiple times before finding his place at Ipswich at the start of the current calendar year.
Starting lineups are usually released 60 minutes before kick-off.