Sport Betting Tip:Barrow - AFC Wimbledon, FA cup

  • Title : Sport Betting Tip:Barrow - AFC Wimbledon, FA cup
Date: 26 Nov 2020  |   Stake: 100$   |   Odds: 1.83  |  
Author: Mr.Kim  |   Category: Football  |   Value: 7/10


League One side AFC Wimbledon ace an outing to Holker Street tonight. wanting to maintain a strategic distance from an early FA Cup stun against League Two's Barrow. In their revised cup conflict, these different sides will get down to business unexpectedly since April 2011 – when both were in the National League. After nine years, the pair are in England's main four divisions now and a second-round home tie against League Two side Crawley Town allures for the champ. Who will advance here?


It is almost nine years since these two sides last met in the National League. It was home wins for both sides during that 2010/11 season with Barrow winning 2-0 at Holker Street before going down by the same scoreline at Kingsmeadow.

Barrow and AFC Wimbledon Won't be content with the FA Cup's planning, yet face snappy turnarounds after their separate midweek activity. The two of them endured thin annihilations, but in differentiating conditions as Barrow were engaged with a seven-objective spine chiller while Wimbledon were smothered 2-1 away at Gillingham.

Goals from Kyle Dempsey and Dominic Samuel sealed a scrappy victory for Steve Evans’ men, despite conceding 61% possession and 13 shots to Wimbledon. On his first Wimbledon start, centre-back Ben Heneghan scored his first goal of 2020 – joining over the summer on a free.

It wasn't sufficient to abstain from losing and it's a given that Glyn Hodges will pivot the pack with restricted recuperation time between progressive away matches. Heneghan, their best entertainer at Prestfield Stadium, is likely one of not many players to hold his put on legitimacy.

Cart in the interim, scored first yet lost their thin preferred position before half-time. Regardless of leveling through Matthew Platt, Danny Rowe and too sub Conor McAleny added further objectives, so Carl Piergianni's stoppage-time own objective was at last a comfort.

Keeping the topic with protectors, Blackburn foundation graduate Platt (23) was Barrow's ideal and required more assistance from his guarded partners in midweek.

The two sides enter this apparatus off the rear of preventable annihilations, had they been more clinical with their chances and critically safeguarded better when it made a difference most. The snappy turnaround likely suits Barrow more, as they haven't voyaged away since November 14.

  • Barrow vs AFC Wimbledon Stats

  • Barrow have not won in their last 5 matches (all competitions).
  • Barrow have drawn 10 of their 18 matches this season (all competitions).
  • Barrow have drawn 7 of their last 10 home matches (all competitions).
  • AFC Wimbledon have drawn 3 of their last 6 matches (League One).
  • AFC Wimbledon have drawn 2 of their last 4 away matches (League One)
  • AFC Wimbledon have seen under 2.5 goals in 7 of their last 8 away matches (all competitions)


Prediction AFC Wimbledon Draw No Bet
Odds 1.83
Start Time 12:00 : 26-Nov-20
Bookmakers Unibet