Bolton (@26.0) vs Ipswich (@1.11)
20-08-2019

Our Prediction:

Ipswich will win

Bolton – Ipswich Match Prediction | 20-08-2019

Theyve lost a cutting edge of late, while theyve failed to keep a clean sheet all season. The visitors are in a similar boat, letting in a goal in three of their four away trips so far. Winless Ipswich would be delighted with three points here, but they have gone 10 matches without winning a competitive game. However, the pair arent high scorers, with Ipswich hitting 1.25 goals per game at home, while Bolton have scored 1.25 per away game.

However, the pair arent high scorers, with Ipswich hitting 1.25 goals per game at home, while Bolton have scored 1.25 per away game. The visitors are in a similar boat, letting in a goal in three of their four away trips so far. Winless Ipswich would be delighted with three points here, but they have gone 10 matches without winning a competitive game. Theyve lost a cutting edge of late, while theyve failed to keep a clean sheet all season.

The Tractor Boys must be low on confidence ahead of the visit of the Trotters, but they will not have a better chance to this to get back on course. The hosts want this win more than the visitors and we believe that they are going prove their worth on the field. Ipswich Town are eyeing their first win of the season and we predict that they are going to fight tooth and nail against Bolton. Saturdays football match at Portman Road Stadium pits together Ipswich Town and Bolton Wanderers. You should bear in mind that Ipswich defeated Bolton 2-0 in their last meeting at Portman Road Stadium, with Cole Skuse and David McGoldrick finding the net for the Tractor Boys. Bolton are tough to beat at home, but their away record in the Championship is anything but impressive and, taking everything into account, home win should be considered.

Bolton Vs Ipswich Prediction. Sure bet tips and Analysis.

The pair meet under entirely different circumstances in this clash, as they take charge of the two worst teams in the Championship. Phil Parkinson and Paul Lambert last met in the semi-final of the 2012-13 League Cup Parkinsons Bradford eliminated Lamberts Aston Villa side on aggregate. This is likely to be a League One fixture next term, with both likely to limp towards the drop in the coming weeks. Bolton may have eight points over Ipswich, but both sides are in massive trouble.

One thing that Bolton have had this term is a brilliant record against the teams around them, but will that translate into three points? The fact that the hosts are set to field a side who have barely trained this week does count against them, which is an issue given that this is their most winnable fixture of the season. Unfortunately for the hosts, theyre meeting the Tractor Boys just as they are starting to steady the ship.

That tag hasnt left them, especially after financial issues have plagued them all season. Bolton were also linked with the drop during the summer, priced up among the main contenders to drop down. While they kicked off the season with some good early form, the Trotters have slowed of late, with the last four matches seeing them pick up a single point. Theyve already lost twice in the last seven days, but will that losing streak continue at Portman Road?

You should bear in mind that Ipswich defeated Bolton 2-0 in their last meeting at Portman Road Stadium, with Cole Skuse and David McGoldrick finding the net for the Tractor Boys. Ipswich Town are eyeing their first win of the season and we predict that they are going to fight tooth and nail against Bolton. Bolton are tough to beat at home, but their away record in the Championship is anything but impressive and, taking everything into account, home win should be considered. Saturdays football match at Portman Road Stadium pits together Ipswich Town and Bolton Wanderers. The hosts want this win more than the visitors and we believe that they are going prove their worth on the field. The Tractor Boys must be low on confidence ahead of the visit of the Trotters, but they will not have a better chance to this to get back on course.

There has been a risk of their games being called off, while the owner has decided to turn on their own players. Theyve seen money problems continue, while their players were on strike earlier this week over unpaid wages. The single positive for them is last weekends 2-1 win over QPR, which is something they can build upon here. Boltons problems have gone from bad to worse this week, despite the club inching towards a takeover. Thats hardly likely to help matters, especially as the club limp towards League One.