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Forest Green vs Bristol Rovers Prediction, Odds, and Free Betting Tips (27/11/2021)

Forest Green Rovers continued their assault on League Two with a win over Barrow. Bristol Rovers are their next rivals and can prove to the Green Devils a tough time at the New Lawn.

Forest Green vs Bristol Rovers: Top Free Betting Tips

This section provides the best predictions for the game along with free betting tips.

Prediction 1

  • Market: Match Result
  • Our tip: Forest Green
  • Odds: 7/10 (1.70)

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Prediction 2

  • Market: Over/Under 2.5
  • Our tip: Over 2.5
  • Odds: 3/4 (1.75)

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Prediction 3

  • Market: Both teams to score
  • Our tip: Yes
  • Odds: 37/50 (1.74)

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Forest Green to Win

Bristol Rovers are coming to terms with life in League Two following their relegation from League One. They are unbeaten in their last four matches, winning twice and drawing the same amount. This run will surely come to an end as they face an in-form Forest Green. The Green Devils have three wins and one draw in the same period. History is also on the hosts' side as they have defeated their rivals twice, albeit in club friendlies.

Total Goals: Over 2.5

Forest Green have run to the summit of League Two thanks to their impressive goal scoring form. With 32 goals from 17 domestic outings, they are roughly averaging two goals per match. Bristol Rovers can complicate matters for them with their tally of 22 goals from the same number of games. As a consequence, we are backing a high scoring affair between a team in the ascendency and one adjusting to its new surroundings.

Both Teams to Score: Yes

Four of the last five meetings between Forest Green and Bristol Rovers at the New Lawn has concluded with just one side getting on the scoreboard. We believe that will not be the case this time around given both sides' improved goal scoring form and equality in the quality of attackers. The Rovers have seen both sides score in their last six fixtures and that should be the case on Saturday evening.

Forest Green vs Bristol Rovers: Team News and Match Preview

Forest Green

Rob Edwards needs to be praised for the work done at New Lawn. His charges are performing at the level expected of them and deservedly have top place in League One. The fact that they have a five-point lead with a game in hand goes on the show their superiority over their rivals. While their attackers have not disappointed this season, Edwards needs to be praised for conjuring a defence that has only shipped in 14 goals this season.

Bristol Rovers

The Green Devils occupy the place that Bristol Rovers would be eyeing themselves. The Pirates were relegated from League One last season and would have the explicit ambitions of returning to the English Second Division at the first time of asking. Their suspect defence has cost them points thus far in the 2021/22 campaign, and the issue has only been exacerbated by their hapless offensive output.

Top Betting Odds and Stats for Forest Green vs Bristol Rovers

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FAQs regarding Forest Green vs Bristol Rovers Coverage and Accessibility

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When is the match scheduled?

The match will take place on 27 November 2021 at 16:00 GMT.

Who are the bookmakers' favourite to win?

Forest Green.

Who won the last Head to Head fixture?

Forest Green won with a 1-0 scoreline.

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