((LIVE HD#)) Barnsley VS Port Vale live watch 5 August 2023
Barnsley vs Port Vale Prediction & Betting Tips (5 August)Port Vale had gone ten games without a win on their top-flight travels, suffering seven defeats along the way, so there should definitely be a shortage of confidence in their ranks. Meanwhile, Barnsley had secured 12 victories in 16 League One matches on their own patch, which is pretty good going. In advance of last match, under 2.
After Crosby's appointment was made permanent following the end of the campaign, Port Vale began pre-season with a trip to Kidsgrove Athletic in mid-July and came away with a 2-0 victory, while also playing out a goalless draw with local outfit Newcastle Town on the same day. They then stepped up the preparations with a trip to Doncaster Rovers last weekend, eventually falling to a 1-0 defeat following George Broadbent's second-half goal in their final friendly. Now turning their focus fully to competitive action, Port Vale will be keen to quickly get off the mark in League One on Saturday, albeit in what will be a tough test in South Yorkshire. Barnsley friendly form: Port Vale friendly form: Team News Barnsley have certainly seen some change to their squad over the summer, with goalkeeper Bradley Collins having left for Coventry City and fellow stopper Harry Isted seeing his loan spell from Luton Town come to an end, while key centre-back Mads Andersen has also departed alongside Luke Thomas, Clarke Oduor and James Norwood, who led the line for large parts of last season.
Preview: Barnsley vs. Port Vale - prediction, team newsSports Mole previews Saturday's League One clash between Barnsley and Port Vale, including predictions, team news and possible lineups. Barnsley and Port Vale will kick off their League One campaign on Saturday, as they square off at Oakwell on the opening day. The hosts narrowly missed out on promotion in the playoff final last term and are now under the new management of Neill Collins, following Michael Duff's summer departure.
They meet a visiting Port Vale team who will also hope to kick off the term in positive fashion, after their 18th-placed finish last time around. The Valiants returned to England's third tier in that term, following a promotion from League Two in the previous year, and after a tough run after the turn of the year, they eventually finished 18th having earned 49 points from their 46 games, playing the final four games under the management of Andy Crosby following the departure of promotion-winning boss Darrell Clarke.
It has been a similar story as far as Barnsley are concerned on their own patch of late, with both teams on target in just two of their last nine matches at this level, so something similar seems likely. Barnsley have not been involved in too many thrillers recently, with each of their previous five matches producing no more than two goals as they battle away against the drop. Port Vale have no such difficulties worries, but the Port Vale have been involved in some low-scoring contests too of late, with seven of their last ten league games serving up under 2. 5 goals. Goals Scored Who will score more? Barnsley is 33.
Following that disappointment, Barnsley then saw Duff depart over the summer to join Swansea City, and they made the decision to task Neill Collins with leading the side into the new term, and after their pre-season kicked off with a victory over Worksop Town, Collins would begin his tenure in friendly defeats to Hull City and Blackburn Rovers, before capping off their preparations for the campaign with a 2-1 victory over Crewe Alexandra at Oakwell last Saturday, as James Norwood and Kacper Lopata got on the scoresheet. With pre-season now complete and their sights set on sealing promotion at the second time of asking, Collins's men will be desperate to kick off the campaign with a victory in front of their home crowd on Saturday.
33% better in terms of Goals Scored Goals Conceded Who will concede more? Barnsley is 38. 46% better in terms of Goals Conceded Barnsley Port Vale Prediction Barnsley v Port Vale Prediction & Tips (and online live stream*) starts on Saturday 5 August in the England - League One. Here on Feedinco, we will cover all types of match predictions, stats and all match previews for all England - League One matches. You can find all statistics, last 5 games stats and Comparison for both teams Barnsley and Port Vale. Feedinco Suggestion From all statistics and latest matches data, our professional advice and experts suggest to bet on a Under 2. 5 Goals which have odds of 1. 77. We also suggest the best bookmaker which is 1xBet which have better odds on this type of bet. Barnsley has 54% to win against Port Vale There is a 78% chance of this match having U2.
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