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Preston vs Plymouth prediction, free betting tips & odds

Date: 16th September 2023
Kick-Off: 15:00 UK, 16:00 CET
Venue: Deepdale

The odds are accurate at the time of writing and are subject to change. Check carefully before finalising your wager with your bookmaker.

Preston vs Plymouth: Top free betting tips

Standing at the top of the table, Preston North End face the challenge of newly promoted Plymouth Argyle in the next EFL Championship fixture. The fixture will take place at Deepdale Stadium on Saturday, 16 September. The Pilgrims enter this game after a much-needed league victory against Blackburn Rovers.

Match result prediction: Preston to win

Preston North End are on a four-match winning streak in the EFL Championship ahead of this game. On the other hand, Plymouth Argyle has lost three of the last four games in the league and EFL Cup. Adding more to this, the Lilywhites have gone undefeated in the previous five H2Hs against Plymouth and registered three victories in that duration. Based on these statistics, we set Preston North End as our favourites to take three points in this game.

Total goals prediction: Over 2.5 Goals

The latest H2Hs of these two sides have featured a low-scoring trend but the current situation lets us predict a contrast result. Despite winning only one game, Plymouth have found the back of the net seven times in the last four games. On the other hand, Preston has notched nine goals in the previous five matches in the league and EFL Cup. The Lilywhites have also conceded goals in each of the previous three fixtures at Deepdale Stadium. Hence, we believe to see this game concluding with a total of Over 2.5 Goals.

Correct score prediction: 2-1 to Preston

Plymouth has scored one goal in two of the previous three fixtures in the EFL Championship. On the other hand, Preston notched multiple goals in four of the last five home and away games. The Lilywhites also scored more than once in three of the recent four H2Hs against the Pilgrims at Deepdale Stadium, leaking just one goal. Plymouth’s defence has not been very resilient as they conceded multiple goals in three of the last four fixtures in the league and EFL Championship. Therefore, we imagine a 2-1 lead for Preston at the end of this encounter.

Preston vs Plymouth: Form, recent games, and news

Preston North End preview

The Lilywhites extended their winning sequence against Stoke City with a 0-2 scoreline in the last game. Will Kaene converted a penalty in the 51st minute to put Preston in the lead and scored his second goal six minutes later. Ched Evans remains the only long-term injury concern for manager Ryan Lowe ahead of the sixth round of the EFL Championship.

Plymouth Argyle preview

After three consecutive defeats in the Championship and EFL Cup, Plymouth grabbed an easy victory of 3-0 against Blackburn previously. Finn Isaac Azaz rattled the net in the 27th minute while Hardie and Luke Cundle continued the dominance of Plymouth by scoring after 70 minutes. Goalkeeper Michael Cooper will be out of the selection for the upcoming game due to a cruciate ligament rupture.

FAQs regarding Preston vs Plymouth

Preston vs Plymouth

Who is the referee for this match? Gary Ward.
Who is the Preston player to watch? Will Keane.
Who is the Plymouth player to watch? Ryan Hardie.


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