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Exeter travel to take on Salford at The Peninsula Stadium in England’s League Two on Saturday. Read our expert predictions and find the latest odds for the contest below in our match preview.
Salford vs Exeter – Free Betting Tips & Predictions
Exeter bring a 12-match unbeaten streak into their latest League Two test at Salford. Read our top three predictions for this weekend’s fixture below.
- Double Chance
- Draw or Exeter
- 4/6 (1.67)
- Both Teams to Score
- 5/6 (1.83)
- Anytime Goalscorer
- Matt Jay (Exeter)
- No odds available yet
Check the latest odds at our recommended bookie NetBet.
Exeter Double Chance
Exeter are among the early front runners in League Two and the Grecians have lost fewer games than any other team in the division (1). With a 12-match unbeaten streak behind them, City are priced generously in the double chance market this weekend against a Salford outfit that has dropped points in five of their last seven assignments. We recommend you side with the away team here.
Both Teams to Score
Exeter have been regularly trading blows with their opponents in recent weeks, indeed, both teams found the net in each of their last six matches in League Two. On the road, BTTS has landed in four of the Grecians’ last five games and we’re predicting a similar outcome when City visit The Peninsula Stadium to face a Salford side that has failed to register just one in their last five tussles on home soil.
Matt Jay to Score Anytime
Exeter striker Matt Jay is gunning for glory in the race to claim League Two’s Golden Boot this season and his eight-goal haul for the campaign so far makes him one of the division’s most prolific frontmen. Jay rattled the net in each of his last four appearances for City in the competition and he looks sharp enough to continue his purple patch against Salford this weekend.
Salford vs Exeter: Match Preview
Salford Team News
Key midfielder Josh Morris and important attacker Ian Henderson missed Salford's 3-1 reverse at Forest Green last weekend and both players are rated as doubts again ahead of Saturday's game. Tom King and D'Mani Mellor are also sidelined for the Ammies. Salford's campaign has been a bitterly disappointing one so far and they sit in 17th spot after 14 fixtures.
Exeter Team News
Jack Sparkes and Sam Stubbs are both in the treatment room for Exeter, though manager Matthew Taylor has options to choose from elsewhere. Exeter won for the second time on the spin last week when they beat Mansfield 2-1 at St. James' Park and City could jump from 4th to 2nd place in League Two with another victory on Saturday.
Top Betting Odds and Stats for Salford vs Exeter
Here are the top stats for the game along with a tool to help you pick the best odds.
Salford vs Exeter Coverage and Frequently Asked Questions
Which club is favourite to win on Saturday?
NetBet have priced Salford as their favourites to triumph this weekend.
What time does this fixture kick off?
The game is scheduled to start at 16:00 CET (GMT +1).
Who won the last meeting between these clubs?
Exeter beat Salford 1-0 when the teams last met on March 27.
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