Salford City, who battled to a 2-2 draw in their first encounter, will play Peterborough United in a replay on Tuesday in an attempt to advance to the FA Cup second round. Both sides have demonstrated a great deal of defensive weakness recently. The goals may be scored on this one, although Peterborough will be sure to take the lead.
Salford City vs Peterborough United
Salford City, who led far into extra time in the first encounter, would be frustrated that they were not able to hold out for an upset. At the beginning of the game, Stevie Mallan scored the first goal. Nicholas Bilokapic also scored, but both attempts were denied.
Neil Wood’s team has been inconsistent lately; coming into the match on Tuesday, they have only won two of their previous eight games in all competitions. Last Saturday, they lost 2-1 to Mansfield Town at home in a League Two match.
That outcome emphasizes Salford City’s dismal home record—they have only triumphed once in their previous four games. Their weak defense, which has allowed 10 goals to be scored, has been the main cause of their two losses during that stretch.
The fact that a late equalizer was required to save a home draw against a League Two team will further dismay Peterborough United. Nevertheless, after overcoming two setbacks thanks to Ricky Jade-Jones and Emmanuel Fernandez, the League One team will want to build on the character displayed.
The Posh defeated Cambridge United 5-0 on Saturday in a League One match to get ready for their match on Tuesday. Now, in their previous ten games in all competitions, Darren Ferguson’s team has only lost once, winning six of those games.
Salford will play Peterborough in a rematch of their FA Cup first-round match, which finished in a 2-2 draw the first time around.
Salford has been playing well lately, winning three of their previous five home games. Not only has Peterborough conceded four goals in their last two away games, but they have also had a mixed record lately. In light of all the observations, Salford to win or draw will be our primary betting choice here.
Salford City and Peterborough United, who scored more than 3.5 goals in their first encounter, are often unconvincing at the back. The second half of Tuesday’s match could have a similar outcome because both teams scored goals in that half of the previous game.
Considering that in two of their previous three home games, the hosts have scored two goals or more. In their last two games, the visitors have scored five goals
Tip: Salford to Win or Draw / BTTS (YES)
Salford to win or Draw – ✅
BTTS (Yes) – ✅
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