Ipswich vs Plymouth – Prediction, Odds & Betting Tips 26/03/22, Team News and Lineups

15:00, 26 mar 2022
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Ipswich and Plymouth go head-to-head at Portman Road in League One on Saturday. Two in-form sides meet to battle it out for three points in Suffolk. Read our free predictions and betting picks for the game here.

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Prediction for League One match – Ipswich vs Plymouth

Bookmaker Ratings prediction one: Plymouth Double Chance – 1.91

Bookmaker Ratings prediction two: Plymouth +1.0 Goal Handicap – 1.83

Plymouth Double Chance

Ipswich are one of the most talked about sides in League One thanks to Kieran McKenna’s bright start as the club’s manager, though the Tractor Boys have dropped points in two of their last three assignments at Portman Road. Plymouth meanwhile, have won six games on the bounce in the third tier and they should have enough confidence to take a least a point in Suffolk.

Plymouth +1.0 Goal Handicap

Plymouth have been defending brilliantly in recent weeks and they managed to keep a clean sheet in each of their six successive victories. Rock-solid Argyle should be able to limit Ipswich’s attacking advances on Saturday and when you consider that Town have drawn a blank in two of their last three home fixtures, a stake on Plymouth with a +1.0 goal handicap suddenly becomes an appealing choice.

Ipswich vs Plymouth – Latest Team Odds

Preliminary review and match prediction for Ipswich vs Plymouth

Two of League One’s prime playoff candidates meet at Portman Road on Saturday, when Ipswich entertain Plymouth in what should be a fascinating contest in Suffolk.

The Tractor Boys have been ploughing forward at speed under new manager and ex-Manchester United assistant Kieran McKenna and a ten-match unbeaten surge has fired Town to within swinging distance of the division’s top six.

Few clubs are in better form than McKenna’s Ipswich at present, though Plymouth are among their number. Argyle have won six games on the spin in League One without conceding a single goal and though their run of fixtures has been relatively kind, performances have still been impressive.

Ipswich have also been turning heads, however, they have developed a bit of a drawing habit of late and four of their last six matches have ended in stalemate. At Portman Road, Town have dropped points in two of their last three games in a pair of 0-0 draws that highlighted the team’s lack of cutting edge.

Indeed, Ipswich have notched one or fewer goals in 70% of their last ten league fixtures and that deficiency up front could open the door for Plymouth on Saturday.

Despite their excellent six-game winning streak and current 13-point lead over Ipswich in the table, Argyle will kick-off Saturday’s tie as outsiders with the bookmakers with odds as long as 4.0 for an away win.

Plymouth have won four of their last five games on the road however, and they could make light of their underdog status at Portman Road. Be that as it may, we recommend backing Argyle in the double chance market for extra insurance this weekend at the generous prices on offer.

Safe Bets

Only Oxford have scored more goals in League One than Plymouth this season and Argyle head into Saturday’s fixture having scored at least once in nine of their last ten away matches. That record suggests Plymouth are very backable at 1.5 to find the net over 0.5 times at Portman Road.

Get Quick Rich

Ipswich have kept eight clean sheets in their last eight matches, while Plymouth have shut out their opponents in each of their last six games, and with both defences performing at their best, a 0-0 draw at 10.0 looks a big-price correct score option that could be worth a small stake on Saturday afternoon.

Ipswich vs Plymouth first goalscorer

With four goals in his last six appearances, Ryan Hardie is in excellent form for Plymouth and two of the Scottish striker’s recent efforts put Argyle ahead. The 25-year-old’s touch in front of goal looks razor sharp at present and Hardie represents an excellent option at 6.5 to bag the fixture’s opening strike on Saturday.

Ipswich vs Plymouth Team News

Kayden Jackson, Lee Evans and Kyle Edwards are all in the treatment room for Ipswich, though George Edmundson will hope to be back in contention to feature.

Panutche Camara, Luke Jephcott, Alfie Lewis, Dan Scarr, Brendan Galloway and George Cooper could all be absent for Plymouth this weekend.

Starting Lineups

Ipswich: Walton – Donacien, Woolfenden, Burgess – Burns, Bakinson, Carroll, Thompson – Chaplin, Celina, Pigott

Plymouth: Cooper – Wilson, Bolton, Gillesphey – Edwards, Broom, Houghton, Mayor, Grant – Ennis, Hardie

Highlighted Player

Wes Burns

Flying wingback Wes Buns is enjoying a stellar season with Ipswich. The 27-year-old has ten goals and six assists to his name in 31 League One appearances this term and Burns thrusting runs down the righthand flank are a vital part of how the Tractor Boys construct their attacks.

Most popular FAQ for Ipswich vs Plymouth

Who won the last meeting between these clubs?

Plymouth beat Ipswich 2-1 when the teams last met on October 30th.

Where will this fixture be played?

Saturday’s game will be played at Portman Road in Ipswich.

Which bookmaker has the best odds for this game?

We recommend checking out the odds at William Hill for Ipswich vs Plymouth.

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