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League One Preview


Once again PoN looks to the weekend fixtures in another League One preview. This weeks main game comes in the form of the MK Dons v Peterborough United game, the Don's are fighting for an automatic promotion place, whilst Peterborough United are showing contention for a play-off place provided they can keep up their current form which has seen them move for the middle of League One.

MK Dons against Peterborough is an important game this week as MK Dons try to overtake Swindon for 2nd spot again while Peterborough will be hoping to gain points on 6th place Oldham.


* Important Game – **Key Game

Saturday 21st February

Barnsley v Crewe – Kick Off 3:00pm – Score Prediction (1-0)

*Bradford v Walsall – Kick Off 3:00pm – Score Prediction (1-1)

Colchester v Bristol City – Kick Off 3:00pm – Score Prediction (0-2)

Fleetwood v Notts County – Kick Off 3:00pm – Score Prediction (1-1)

Leyton Orient v Oldham – Kick Off 3:00pm – Score Prediction (0-1)

**MK Dons v Peterborough – Kick Off 3:00pm – Score Prediction (2-1)

Port Vale v Doncaster – Kick Off 3:00pm – Score Prediction (0-1)

Preston v Scunthorpe – Kick Off 3:00pm – Score Prediction (2-1)

Rochdale v Chesterfield – Kick Off 3:00pm – Score Prediction (0-2)

Sheffield United v Coventry – Kick Off 3:00pm – Score Prediction (3-0)

Swindon v Crawley – Kick Off 3:00pm – Score Prediction (2-0)

*Yeovil v Gillingham – Kick Off 3:00pm – Score Prediction (0-0)


My Stand-out Games

MK Dons v Peterborough

Bradford v Walsall

Yeovil v Gillingham


MK Dons will be hoping to win against Peterborough and that Swindon drop points against Crawley so they can re enter the automatic promotion places.

Peterborough on the other hand will be hoping for a win and teams like Oldham, Chesterfield and Doncaster drop points so they can enter the play-off spots.

Bradford will be hoping to win against Walsall and enter the play-off places. They need Chesterfield, Doncaster and Oldham to drop points, but with two games in hand over certain teams this is their chance to win and take advantage.

Walsall will be hoping to win against Bradford and hoping surrounding teams drop points as they try and improve on last weeks result, which saw them drop down the league.

Yeovil will be hoping to win against Gillingham as they try to close the gap on the teams hovering above the drop zone. Gillingham on the other hand will be hoping to continue their recent good form which saw them beat MK Dons last weekend and continue to gain on the play-offs.

Thoughts on Fleetwood vs Notts County

This week match sees Fleetwood against Notts County, a match that could go either way but I think will end in a draw.

The current results between the two teams show that it could go both ways having one win a piece.

The last time they played Fleetwood won 1-0 at Meadow Lane.

The overall head to head record shows that both teams have won a game each.

Notts County last beat Fleetwood in the league cup back in 2013, winning 3-2 at Meadow Lane.

Notts County have picked up 0 out of 3 points from the only meeting In the league.

A tough match to predict but I’ve predicted 1-1.




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I don't see Bradford drawing to Walsall, I think they will do well against the Saddlers. It's important we do well against Fleetwood, as I am not expecting much tonight and we will need point(s). I just hope there's positives to be seen and heard.


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majority should be home wins this weekend, bristol city, ourselves and chesterfield could be the exceptions.

i can see us beating fleetwood, there is no worries!

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