Cambridge United play host to visiting rivals Ipswich Town at Abbey Stadium in this League One game on Saturday.
Many of the games this season for both Cambridge and Ipswich have ended with both teams scoring goals. For example, three of the last five matches they have played in the league have ended that way. Also, three of the last five head-to-head games between the two teams have ended with a BTTS outcome.
When it comes to recent form, Ipswich have the upper hand because they won or drew four of the last five matches they have played. On the other hand, Cambridge have lost or drawn four of the last five fixtures they have played.
Ipswich will be more comfortable even if they are away from home because they have won two of the last five fixtures they have played against Cambridge that didn’t end in a draw. Moreover, Cambridge have only won a match against Ipswich once and that was in the last century.
Ipswich Town will come into the clash following on from a 2-1 League One win with the defeat of Steve Cotterill’s Shrewsbury Town in their most recent match. For Ipswich Town, the scorers were Conor Chaplin (23') and Macauley Bonne (54'). Shaun Whalley (28') was the scorer for Shrewsbury Town.
In their last six outings, Ipswich Town have amassed a total of 13 goals. Ipswich Town have also managed to score on each one of those occasions. Over that period, their defenders have seen four goals go against them.