Plymouth vs Sheff Wed prediction, odds & betting tips 25/10/2023
* Betting odds were correct at the time of publication but are subject to change.
Odds and Top Predictions for Plymouth vs Sheff Wed
Sheffield Wednesday remained the only team without a win after yet another loss on Saturday afternoon.
Under 2.5 Goals
- Sheff Wed had three straight games with no more than two goals scored
- Plymouth had eight ‘over' matches this season
- Two out of the previous five h2h encounters covered the bet in question
Plymouth to Win
- In the last four matches between Plymouth and Sheff Wed, the home team won
- Sheff Wed lost nine out of twelve games this season
- Plymouth is winless in the past four contests
Statistics and Current Market Odds for Plymouth vs Sheff Wed prediction
Plymouth's last five matches: WDLLD
Sheff Wed's last five matches: LLLDL
Here are the top stats for the game along with a tool to help you pick the best odds.
Here is the way the bookies have chosen the odds for the upcoming match:
Plymouth odds: 1/1 (2.00) – 50%
Draw odds: 12/5 (3.40) – 29.4%
Sheff Wed odds: 11/4 (3.75) – 26.7%
The Plymouth vs Sheff Wed odds are clear enough to put the right perspective into this duel. Plymouth is the expected winner against the worst team in the league with a probability margin of 50 percent. These odds make some sense considering how poorly Sheff Wed looked thus far, but Plymouth is not all that much better, so this game could field an interesting outcome. Feel free to visit our football betting tips today page for the latest previews, picks, and odds across the markets. Here are a couple of suggestions for this Plymouth vs Sheff Wed game: The first Goal being scored between minutes 31-45 is priced at 7/2 (4.50) – 22.2% and Plymouth's Win with negative BTTS brings a value of 11/4 (3.75) – 26.7%.
Plymouth vs Sheff Wed Lineups, Team News, and Match Preview
Being on the outskirts of the relegation zone is not a good feeling, but for Plymouth, the upcoming match will be a chance to get some distance from the struggling teams behind them in the standings.
Potential lineup: Cooper, Kesler, Scarr, Miller, Gibson, Houghton, Azaz, Mumba, Randell, Whittaker, Hardie.
With the losses mounting and the points advantage from the better teams in the relegation zone increasing, one wonders what will it take for Sheff Wed to get out of trouble. After playing twelve matches this season, they are still the lone remaining team without tasting a victory. Mohamed Diaby is unavailable due to injury.
Potential lineup: Dawson, Sancho, Iorfa, B. Diaby, Famewo, Bannan, Buckley, Hendrick, Musaba, Paterson, Windass.
Player to Watch: Ryan Hardie
The Scotland's center-forward has been the dominant presence for Plymouth this season leading the team in scoring as well as assists. He put five goals on the scoresheet while delivering three assists in twelve matches this campaign. Hardie's influence is especially seen when we look at the stats regarding goal participation, he was involved in almost half of all the goals his team scored.
Hardie originally joined Plymouth three years ago and was on loan for a couple of seasons before making a move to his current team a permanent one from Blackpool.
Starting lineups are usually released 60 minutes before kick-off.