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Football Facts and Streaks regarding League One

Accrington have failed to win in their last 7 matches in League One.
Oxford Utd have failed to win in their last 15 away matches in League One.
Rochdale conceded at least 1 goal in each of their last 13 matches in League One.

You can find interesting 39 Football Betting Streaks for 19.02.2019 on this link ... https://eurofootballrumours.com/football-facts-and-streaks-19-02-2019-13491

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Notts County - Newport

Not much time left so I'll keep it short.

Notts County look like the bet of the day for me. They have acquired new players during the transfer window and the newcomers are performing really well. Mansfield failed to register a shot on target at Meadow Lane last week and Newport may be heading there at the wrong time. They may take some time to recover from Saturday’s 4-1 defeat against Premier League champions Manchester City.This will be Newport’s sixth match in February and they don’t travel particularly well. They have lost their last seven away league matches, picking up only two points on the road since September.

Notts County @2.3

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Portsmouth vs Barnsley

League One dishes up a potential classic when automatic promotion rivals Portsmouth and Barnsley clash in this 3pm kick-off this Saturday at Fratton Park. In a match where it's 4th versus 2nd there is a lot at stake. On paper, there is little separating these two sides.

Portsmouth are 4th in the league table and just 5 points off the top two. Kenny Jackett's side have found wins hard to come by lately having drawn their last four league games. It's a run of results that extends their streak without a win to 7 league games. Will this be the game they finally get back to winning ways?

Barnsley are looking like the side most likely to challenge Luton at the top of the table. Daniel Stendel's team are in 2nd place and just 5 points behind the in-form league leaders. The Tykes are unbeaten in 13 league games. It's a run that stretches back to 8th December, 2018.

My feeling here is that these two sides could cancel each other out. It's not a result that will suit either side because it will impact on Portsmouth's automatic promotion chances and Barnsley's title hopes. However, I can see both teams failing to break the other down. A low scoring draw seems the most logical outcome here.

Draw @ 3.40 with Betway

Draw HT/FT @ 5.40 with BetVictor

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For me the absenties except big injuries is a small problem of the team. Problem who can solve. Try to find a formula on ELO RATINGS search to combine only the form with the situation in the field (ELO). Only the ELO`s is a false situation but  in combine with forms is a great weapon.

My High risk systems in club from here until the end of the seasons add the power of elo ratings.

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AFC Wimbledon v Charlton Athletic

AFC Wimbledon: Rod McDonald (17/0 d, illness), Jake Jervis (23/2 f, illness), Dylan Connolly (4/0 m), James Hanson (17/2 f)(all doubtful), Deji Oshilaja (25/1 d), Kwesi Appiah (24/4 f)

Charlton Athletic: Jason Pearce (21/1 d, captain, doubtful), Krystian Bielik (24/2 m, suspended), Jake Forster-Caskey (0/0 m), Lewis Page (11/0 d)


Bristol Rovers v Sunderland

Bristol Rovers: Alex Rodman (22/3 m)

Sunderland: Lynden Gooch (29/5 m, doubtful), Bryan Oviedo (16/0 d), Chris Maguire (29/6 f, 2nd top scorer), Duncan Watmore (8/0 m), Donald Love (4/0 d), Glenn Loovens (11/0 d)


Crawley Town v Macclesfield

Crawley Town: Luke Gambin (23/3 m, doubtful), Jimmy Smith (3/1 m, captain)

Macclesfield: Rhys Taylor (9/0 g), James Pearson (17/0 d), Danny Whitaker (15/2 m), Ben Stephens (11/1 m)


Crewe Alexandra v Exeter City

Crewe Alexandra: James Jones (28/4 m)

Exeter City: Jonathan Forte (22/5 f, 2nd top scorer, doubtful), Hiram Boateng (14/0 m, probably out), Lee Martin (28/1 m), Luke Croll (13/0 d), Troy Brown (4/0 d)


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Celtic vs Motherwell

Delighted to hear that @allyhibs. I'm a big fan of Paul Heckingbottom. He graduated on the FAW coaching scheme and I heard fantastic things about him through people I knew that also did the course. He failed at Leeds but it was the wrong job. I knew he'd have a positive impact with you boys.

Anyway, here I'm looking at the SPL match between league leaders Celtic and mid-table mediocrity Motherwell in this 3pm kick-off at Celtic Park. Can Brendan Rodgers and his players make it 7 league wins in a row here or will Stephen Robinson's in-form side be the ones to reach 7 wins on the bounce in the league?

Yes, that's right, both of these sides have won their last 6 league games. It's helped Celtic move 8 points clear at the top of the table ahead of their Old Firm rivals Rangers. For Motherwell, the winning streak has seen them pull away from the threat of relegation.

Even though both teams are in excellent form here I think Celtic will have too much for the away side. Celtic are coming into their own during the business end of the league season and it's going to take something special to stop them. If the fixture was reversed then I might be tempted to give Motherwell a chance but not at Celtic Park.

Celtic -1 @ 1.57 with Ladbrokes

Celtic HT/FT @ 1.70 with Coral

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All teams in league one has one target. To break the serries of luton`s wins. Today game is very difficult because of two reasons.
Firstly because the big away fights for Coventry and secondly for this 38% away wins of Coventry. Ok Luton is the great favor here but i believe is a hard game for her.

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