Their next EFL Trophy encounter on Tuesday sees Salford City prepare to face rivals Bradford City.
Salford City are hoping for better results after losing 4-1 in League Two against Carlisle United. Matt Smith scored Salford City’s only goal (52′). Christian Dennis (3′, 80′), Callum Guy (67′) and Corey Whelan (72′) scored for Carlisle United. A recurring feature of recent Salford City games is the high score they have conceded zero points.
Taking the previous 6 matches as an example, bets on both teams scoring 5 will be losers. Bradford City and their fans will be hoping for better results this time around after losing their last game against Northampton Town in the League Two competition.
Andy Cook was the only player to score for Bradford City (92′). Mitch Pinnock (29′), Sean McWilliams (31′) and Sam Sherring (59′) scored for Northampton Town.
Mark Hughes’ Bradford City have found the back of the net seven times in their last six games. The total number of goals scored in this match is 6.
We think both Bradford City and Salford City can score here.
A draw looks possible. Therefore, when the referee blows his whistle, expect an interesting match with a 1:1 draw.
A rundown of their latest H2Hs dating back to 07/03/2020 shows Salford City have won 4 and Bradford City 2, with their total draws equal to 0.
A total of 11 goals were scored in this period, including 8 for The Ammies and 3 for The Bantams. That’s an average number of goals per game of 1.83.
The previous league match between the pair was on Matchday 15 of League Two on 15/10/2022, as Salford City finished 0-1 with Bradford City.
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Salford City manager Neil Wood is not concerned about fitness as he can have an injury-free squad ahead of this game.
Bradford City manager Mark Hughes has only one fitness concern in a healthy squad. Jamie Walker (knee injury) not playing here.
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