Shrewsbury (@2.1) vs Bradford (@3.6)
09-11-2019

Our Prediction:

Shrewsbury will win

Shrewsbury – Bradford Match Prediction | 09-11-2019 10:00

In the recent weeks, they have been showing promise and grit, substantially at their home. The grim fate that awaits them at the end of the season has propelled their desire to claw back into the business end of the tournament. The Bantams decorate the second to the last spot in the table but is not a group to be taken granted for.

Prior to their weak showing against Southend, the Bantams had been doing well on home soil. Moreover, theyd bettered their opponents in terms of expected goals in five on the bounce at Valley Parade prior to that defeat against the Shrimpers. Theyd won four on the bounce, scoring a pleasing 11 goals, conceding zero in the process. If they can re-find the levels that allowed them to beat Oxford, Walsall, Scunthorpe and Accrington, then Bradford should do well.

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In the betting, Under 2.5 Goals stands out at the prices. Moreover, the visitors are averaging a modest 1.18 for on their travels, so a low-scoring game looks to be a tad more likely than the current prices suggest. For all Bradford have scored quite a few goals at Valley Parade over the last few months, they still average just 1.19 expected goals for at home, while Shrewsbury have surrendered a very respectable average of just 0.95 on the road.

Its fair to say that Shrewsbury excelled last season. They reached the play-off finals where they were touched off by Rotherham in extra-time. With Paul Hurst at the helm, the defiant Shrews, whose approach was one of hard-work and efficiency, consistently frustrated even the best teams in the division, as they played their way to an excellent top-six finish. With that impressive campaign behind them, it should be a case of more of the same at New Meadow, though theres reason to believe that they could struggle this time around.

First off, Paul Hurst, who was a massive part of their success last season, has departed for pastures new, while several of their key players, including the likes of Junior Brown, Abu Ogogo, Alex Rodman and Craig MacGillivray, have also moved on. It could be that the foundations have been firmly laid by Hurst and thus John Askey, who won the National League with Macclesfield last season, may pick up the baton and continue moving forward, though that really is a big ask.

Shrewsbury, who had no problem finding the net at home last season, should relish playing against a Bradford side whore likely to come forward, though its a good bet that the hosts have lost some of their defensive solidity. The visitors, who failed to score in just five of their 23 away matches last season, have plenty of firepower, so they too should fancy their chances going forward. From a betting point of view, its easy to fancy both teams to get on the score-sheet in this opening fixture, especially at the prices.

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Bradford is ranked on the 5th place in the standings with 79 points, 62 goals scored and 43 goals received in the last 46 leaguegames. They have failed to win 7 of their last 46 matches in English League 1.In their last match they draw against Rochdale. Bradford lost only one match from the previous 5 played before this match with Shrewsbury.The attacking skills of Bradford are moderate, they won 3events from the last 5 played.