Stevenage vs Oxford prediction, odds & betting tips 30/09/2023

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Stevenage and Oxford lock horns in a League One clash on Saturday, September 30. This is a clash between two surprising top-3 opponents that are also level on points right now. To find out more about this game and other predictions check our dedicated League One betting tips page.

Stevenage vs Oxford predictions and betting tips

If you need help finding the right bet for Stevenage vs Oxford, check our top betting picks for this game, as well as our latest team news and predicted lineups, along with our other best football tips for today.

Over 1.5 Oxford Goals

  • Oxford scored 2 or more in all of their last 4 away matches. 
  • Oxford also scored 13 goals in just their last 3 away games vs Stevenage.
  • Oxford are also on a run with 2 or more goals scored in 6 of their last 8 games in all competitions. 

Over 2.5 Goals

  • There have been 3 or more total goals scored in 4 of Oxford’s last 5 matches.  
  • Also, 3 of the last 4 H2Hs went over 2.5 goals. 
  • So did, 3 of Stevenage’s last 4 games. 

Top betting odds and key stats for Stevenage vs Oxford

Check the best Stevenage vs Oxford odds and useful stats here, on our website:

Head to Head

05/10/21

England EFL Trophy England

Oxford Utd

Oxford Utd

Stevenage

Stevenage

1

2

29/08/17

England EFL Trophy England

Stevenage

Stevenage

Oxford Utd

Oxford Utd

2

6

25/03/16

England League 2 England

Oxford Utd

Oxford Utd

Stevenage

Stevenage

1

1

31/10/15

England League 2 England

Stevenage

Stevenage

Oxford Utd

Oxford Utd

1

5

31/01/15

England League 2 England

Stevenage

Stevenage

Oxford Utd

Oxford Utd

0

2

Last Five - Stevenage

27/04/24

England League 1 League 1

Cheltenham

Cheltenham

Stevenage

Stevenage

1

2

W

19/04/24

England League 1 League 1

Oxford Utd

Oxford Utd

Stevenage

Stevenage

1

1

D

13/04/24

England League 1 League 1

Burton Albion

Burton Albion

Stevenage

Stevenage

2

1

L

09/04/24

England League 1 League 1

Barnsley

Barnsley

Stevenage

Stevenage

1

2

W

06/04/24

England League 1 League 1

Exeter

Exeter

Stevenage

Stevenage

1

0

L

Last Five - Oxford Utd

18/05/24

England League 1 League 1

Bolton

Bolton

Oxford Utd

Oxford Utd

0

2

W

08/05/24

England League 1 League 1

Peterborough

Peterborough

Oxford Utd

Oxford Utd

1

1

D

04/05/24

England League 1 League 1

Peterborough

Peterborough

Oxford Utd

Oxford Utd

0

1

W

27/04/24

England League 1 League 1

Exeter

Exeter

Oxford Utd

Oxford Utd

1

2

W

19/04/24

England League 1 League 1

Stevenage

Stevenage

Oxford Utd

Oxford Utd

1

1

D

Now, let's take a better look at the best markets and odds we found for this duel:

Stevenage odds: 31/21 (2.48) – 40.4% Probability

Draw odds: 13/5 (3.60) – 27.8% Probability

Oxford odds: 2/1 (3.00) – 33.3% Probability

As we can see, the bookies see Stevenage to be the expected winners in this match, with a 40.40% win probability. For more of our football betting tips, you should check out the Under/Over 2.5 Goals market. 

Stevenage – Oxford preview: latest form, news, and potential lineups

Read all of the latest injury updates and team news for this duel, including our predicted Stevenage vs Oxford lineups.

Stevenage

Stevenage impressed again last weekend when cruising to an easy 3-0 win vs Cheltenham. The Stags are enjoying their return in the division so far and after losing just once in the first 9 rounds they find themselves well positioned in the top 3. 

Stevenage continue to use counter-pressing to great effect. They are also the second most effective team in terms of scoring goals from set pieces. 

There are some serious injury issues in the squad though. Starting striker Pressley is still unavailable due to an injury. Reid not doing so well in his absence. Also, Stevenage will be without 3 important defenders in the coming game. All of James-Wildin, Smith and Vancooten are in rehabilitation right now. 

Predicted Lineup: 

Hegyi (GK), Sweeney, N. Thompson, Piergianni, Freeman, Burns, B. Thompson, Butler, Roberts, McNeil & Reid 

Oxford

Oxford moved into second place last weekend after an impressive 3-0 win vs Exeter. Caused serious problems on the counterattack and yet again defended very well. 

Oxford won 6 of their first 8 league games this season and right now they look very impressive both in attack and defence. 

Likely to keep the starting lineup unchanged. 

Star striker Harris remains suspended, while another forward Henry is a long-term absentee. Bodin is doing very well in their absence and he will be leading the attack from the off again. 

Predicted Lineup: 

Beadle (GK), Long, Moore, Thorniley, Brown, Brannagan, McGuane, Mills, Rodrigues, Edwards & Bodin 

​Starting Lineups

The teams usually announce their starting lineups one hour before the start of the game.

​Player to Watch: Carl Piergianni

Stevenage have made an impressive start to the season and their key defender Carl Piergianni has a lot to do with that. Piergianni is in the top 5 of four different defensive categories right now. He has earned himself two Player of the Match awards already and seems to be going from strength to strength. 

We back Piergianni to have another impactful display and who knows he could make it a hat-trick of individual awards before we even reach October. 


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