Wolves on the hunt in Sheffield.

Winning 10 out of their 19 home matches last season allowed Sheffield United to have a comfortable return to the English Premier League with 6 of their home wins being won by a solidary goal.  Their success was down to having a strong defence by only conceding 15 goals at home resulting in the second-best defenceContinue reading “Wolves on the hunt in Sheffield.”

Barton’s boys to bury the brewers.

Fleetwood went unbeaten from the end of January until the lockdown (W6 D6) which concluded the end of league 1 last season. Joey Barton’s men will be looking to carry on that imperious form in the opener at home to burton, the midfield is stacked with experience with Glen Whelan and Paul Coutts and evenContinue reading “Barton’s boys to bury the brewers.”

CAFC to overcome CAFC on opening day.

The battle of the CAFC`s down in league one where Crewe Alexandra Football Club host Charlton Athletic Football Club for first time since 1999 but only one CAFC can rule the roost down in League one on the opening game of the season. Relegated Charlton return to league action after their one season stay inContinue reading “CAFC to overcome CAFC on opening day.”

Peterborough to kick on from where they left off.

Arguably the unluckiest team in the league football last season was The Posh who found themselves winning their last 7 out of 9 games and charging into the play-off spots only to have it taken away from them due to the worldwide pandemic and cruelly moved out of the top 6 with Wycombe cartwheeling theirContinue reading “Peterborough to kick on from where they left off.”