Cheltenham (@3.1) vs Swindon (@2.25)
21-08-2019

Our Prediction:

Swindon will win

Cheltenham – Swindon Match Prediction | 21-08-2019

Cheltenham Town will welcome Swindon Town to the Jonny Rocks Stadium for action in game week 5 of the English League Two. I feel that the host have performed better so far and will head into this game with a whole lot of confidence having won 3 of their last 4 encounters, with the other ending in a draw. The Visitors are Favorites for this tie and at first thought I thought about backing them but taking a closer look at the stats and adding Tuesday's result into consideration I don't think That Swindon Town have a realistic chance of walking away with all 3 points.

An end of season dead rubber has plenty of expectations as most people will feel that neither side will particularly tax themselves in order to get the result and sideways passing will likely be the order of the day. Neither of these sides have shown a particular goal-scoring threat of late so backing there to be less than 2.5 goals scored looks to be the smartest move to make.

Cheltenham vs Swindon Prediction and Preview

The most frequent results at their home stadium last season were 2:2, 3:2 or 0:0. In the current season, the most frequent result in home matches was 4:1, or. In the second half time, coach Michael Duff's team can score more goals on average. Last season Cheltenham Town Football Club scored an average of 1,48 goals at home. At the same time, the team conceded 1,26 goals per home match. According to current numbers, Cheltenham will score 4,00 goals in each home game and will concede 1,00 goals, which is 5,00 goals in total per match their own stadium.

The visitors are not exactly in great shape at the moment either as they go into this contest having failed to win their last five outings. Making the trip to Whaddon Road is a Swindon Town side who know that failure to get anything other than three points would spell the end of their play-off hopes for this season. It is not as if they are getting outclassed, however, as four of those results ended in a stalemate.

After all 3 duels in the season, Cheltenham now has one victory, one draw and one defeat to their credit. The home record for the last six months shows five victories, three draws and zero defeats. In the last game Cheltenham Town Football Club played 0:0 against Morecambe. In the current season 19/20, Cheltenham has managed to win 1 out of 1 home games (100%) so far. Zero games ended in a draw and zero games are lost at home. In the past 6 months, the home team was able to win 6 out of 16 matches.

Head To Head

Neither of these sides have shown a particular goal-scoring threat of late so backing there to be less than 2.5 goals scored looks to be the smartest move to make. An end of season dead rubber has plenty of expectations as most people will feel that neither side will particularly tax themselves in order to get the result and sideways passing will likely be the order of the day.

The visitors are not exactly in great shape at the moment either as they go into this contest having failed to win their last five outings. It is not as if they are getting outclassed, however, as four of those results ended in a stalemate. Making the trip to Whaddon Road is a Swindon Town side who know that failure to get anything other than three points would spell the end of their play-off hopes for this season.

Cheltenham Town will be happy in the knowledge that they have managed to secure their survival for another season so the campaign can be deemed a success. However, the Robins will perhaps be disappointed they did not go on and challenge for the play-offs as they have often mixed well when facing the sides who are currently in the mix and they will feel that if they strengthen in the summer then this is a goal which is by no means out of their reach.

Cheltenham - Swindon Town

As we enter into the final few rounds of fixtures for the season, there are plenty of sides who have little left to play for and are just seeing out their commitments before they jet off on their summer holidays. This weekend sees a Cheltenham Town side who have little left to play for face off against a Swindon Town side who know that they have to win if their hopes of a play-off place are not going to be extinguished for another season.

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In the last season, matches away most often ended 0:0, 2:1 or 2:2. Last season, von Swindon had an average of 1,22 goals for and 1,26 against the team in in other stadiums. When Swindon plays away, there is an overall average of 2,00 scored goals per match. In the current season, Swindon's away matches have usually ended in 1:1, 2:0 or. Richie Wellens' team scores 1,50 away goals per game this season, mainly in the second half time.