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Predictions and Best Odds for Plymouth vs Swansea
They are close to each other in the Championships standings, but Swansea has been showing better form with three straight wins.
Plymouth to Win
- Plymouth has won three out five home games this season
- Swansea is on a three-match winning streak
- The Welsh team defeated Plymouth in three out of their last five meetings
Both Teams to Score – Yes
- Swansea had a couple of BTTS games in the past five outings
- Plymouth has played in games with both teams scoring four times in the last five encounters
- The previous three h2h battles ended with goals coming from either side of the field
Statistics and Latest Odds for Plymouth vs Swansea prediction
Here are the top stats for the game along with a tool to help you pick the best odds.
Plymouth's last five matches: LLWDL
Swansea's last five matches: LDWWW
Here is the way the bookmakers view the odds for the match in question:
Plymouth odds: 7/5 (2.40) – 41.7%
Draw odds: 12/5 (3.40) – 29.4%
Swansea odds: 3/1 (3.00) – 33.3%
Plymouth vs Swansea odds have put the home team in the expected winner category with a probability rate of just above the 40 percent mark. However, there is a lot more than meets the eye with this matchup and bettors will surely think carefully before they make their final pick. Feel free to check out our football predictions today page for the latest suggestions with odds around the markets and this is what you can settle for when it comes to this particular game: Plymouth leading after Half-Time is priced at 3/1 (3.00) – 33.3% and Over 2.5 with BTTS could get you odds of 1/1 (2.00) – 50%.
Plymouth vs Swansea Lineups, Preview, and Team Information
The host team won once in their last game and their distance from the relegation zone is getting smaller. The good news, however, for the manager Steven Schumacher is that there aren't any injury issues with the team at this time.
Potential lineup: Hazard, Miller, Pleguezuelo, Scarr, Kesler, Azaz, Houghton, Randell, Muba, Hardie, Whittaker.
Having won three games in a row, things are finally looking positive for the Welsh team. Still, there is a lot more room for improvement, especially when they are playing away from home. Compared to their opponent this weekend, Swansea has a long injury list that includes: Kristian Pedersen, Josh Ginnelly, Nathan Wood, Nathanael Ogbeta, Joe Allen, Azeem Abdulai, and Steven Benda.
Potential lineup: Rushworth, Humphreys, Darling, Cabango, Grimes, Lowe, Cullen, Key, Patino, Paterson, Yates.
Player to Watch: Morgan Whittaker
The versatile Plymouth winger will have a special game ahead this weekend. The reason? Swansea is his former team, one that sold him to Plymouth only two and a half months ago. Whittaker has made an immediate impact with his new team scoring four goals and delivering three assists in ten matches with almost full minutes allocation this season.
Whittaker is only 22 years of age and Swansea didn't give him a proper chance ever since they brought him in from Derby. Almost immediately after, he was constantly loaned out before he finally found his place at Plymouth.
Starting lineups are usually released 60 minutes before kick-off.