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            Peterborough vs. Oxford United Betting Tip

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            Match Result

            Oxford United

            Stevenage


            60%

            Oxf

            30%

            draw

            20%

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            Results display the percentage of matches that have been Won or Drawn in the last 5 matches in all major Competitions and International Friendlies

            Both Teams To Score

            Oxford United

            Stevenage


            20%

            Oxf

            30%

            combined

            40%

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            Results display the percentage of matches that have been BTTS in the last 5 matches in all major Competitions and International Friendlies

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            Oxford United

            Stevenage


            60%

            Oxf

            50%

            combined

            40%

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            Peterborough vs. Oxford United Prediction, Tips & Stats

            We have a mouth-watering tie between two sides gunning for promotion in League One this weekend as Peterborough United face Oxford United.

            Peterborough United currently sit 5th in League One with ten wins, five draws and four losses from nineteen games this season.

            The Posh are having a solid campaign in League One thus far and seem fairly unrattled by the devastation of last season's famous blunder in the playoff semifinal.

            They're entering this game in solid form having won three, drawn one and lost one of their last five league games, the most recent of which was a 2-2 draw away at Stevenage.

            The draw at Stevenage was an excellent result for Peterborough given they're currently one place above them in the league and with the draw having come from the Posh being 2-0 down - with goals from Joel Randall and Ricky-Jade Jones sealing the point - it will have felt more like a win.

            Peterborough followed that win up with a 2-1 win over Doncaster Rovers in the FA Cup last weekend followed by a 3-0 win over Arsenal U21 in the EFL Trophy so things are looking quite rosy for Darren Ferguson's side at present.

            They're currently unbeaten in their last seven league games on home soil - having won their last two games by a combined scoreline of 9-0 - so they're more than likely going to pose Oxford some serious problems here.

            Oxford United currently sit 3rd in League One with eleven wins, three draws and four losses from eighteen games this season.

            Oxford have had an impressive season thus far on the whole and are fulfilling the pre-season expectations of automatic promotion contenders that most people had of them.

            Things have gotten somewhat dicey in the league of late, though, as they come into this game having won only two of their last five league games, the most recent of which was a 0-0 draw at home to fellow promotion contenders Bolton Wanderers.

            The draw to Bolton was not a bad result but it means they're now two league games without a win so three points are essential here.

            The good news is that Oxford followed up that game with successive wins in the FA Cup, 2-0 vs. Grimsby Town, and the EFL Trophy, 1-0 vs. Forest Green Rovers, so they can come into this game with some decent momentum behind them.

            This will be a very tough game for Oxford but given they've won three of their last five in the league, including a 3-1 win at Stevenage, they'll feel capable of a good result in this one.

            For our Peterborough vs. Oxford prediction, we're going for a 2-2 draw.

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            Peterborough Team News

            Peterborough have no new injury issues for this game and are coming into it in good shape.

            Darren Ferguson could stick with the same side that started the win over Doncaster Rovers in the FA Cup with Ricky-Jade Jones, Kwame Poku and Ephron Mason-Clark making up a potent front three.

            Oxford Team News

            Greg Leigh will miss out with a muscle injury in what is a big blow to the visitors' chances so Mark Harris will continue to deputise up top.

            Rúben Rodrigues should come back into the starting XI after missing the draw with Bolton.

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