Peterborough United v Bristol City tips – off-colour Posh there for the taking

Bristol City the value to win at London Road this evening

Peterborough United v Bristol City tips – off-colour Posh there for the taking

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Andy

November 28th, 2014

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League One leaders Bristol City are in action this evening, with Sky Sports showing their clash at Peterborough and the bookies are finding this match difficult to call.

Posh are a 7/4 chance with bet365 to claim three points although Darren Ferguson’s team are typically profligate in defence this season, having lost four of their last six games in all competitions.

Last weekend’s home match against Swindon saw them well beaten and they will face a Bristol City team who have experienced just one defeat on the road all term.

Steve Cotterill’s side have been reined in over the past few weeks after a flying start, although the Robins are still on top, with City looking to recover from consecutive defeats at the hands of Swindon and Preston.

Previously to this, the visitors had an unbeaten record in League One, with Boylesports offering a tempting 17/10 that Bristol City win their fifth away game of the season and they have one the sharpest shooters in the division.

Kieran Agard might yet finish top of the scoring charts and the former Rotherham forward is a decent bet at 11/2 with BetVictor to score the first of this match.

The alternative route is to back City on the Draw No Bet market at odds of 19/20 with William Hill which means money back if the game is all square, although we are confident that the visitors will have the edge tonight.

BETTING TIP
Bristol City to win @ 17/10 with Boylesports

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