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Peterborough vs. Wigan Prediction, Tips & Stats

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      Overview

      • (91') J. Knight
      • (94') R. Jones
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      • (52') J. Magennis
      • (85') T. Aasgaard
      • (54') H. Kyprianou
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      • (28') J. Jones
      • (28') J. Magennis
      • (57') S. Clare
      • (66') M. Smith
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        Peterborough vs. Wigan Betting Tip

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        Ephron Mason-Clark To Score And Peterboorugh To Win @ 2/1
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        Match Result

        Cheltenham Town

        Peterborough United


        20%

        Che

        0%

        draw

        80%

        Pet

        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

        Cheltenham Town

        Peterborough United


        80%

        Che

        60%

        combined

        40%

        Pet

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

        Over 2.5 Goals

        Cheltenham Town

        Peterborough United


        80%

        Che

        80%

        combined

        80%

        Pet

        Results display the percentage of matches that have been Over 2.5 Goals in the last 5 matches in all major Competitions and International Friendlies

        Peterborough vs. Wigan Prediction, Tips & Stats

        Peterborough United’s League One promotion push resumes this weekend as they take on Wigan Athletic.

        Peterborough United currently sit 3rd in League One with sixteen wins, eight draws and four losses from twenty-eight games this season.

        The Posh are having a fine campaign under Darren Ferguson and are firmly in the hunt for automatic promotion as they look to reassert themselves in the mix.

        They’re entering this game in very good shape, unbeaten in their last twelve games in the league having won three of their last four.

        Their latest outing saw them held to a 0-0 draw away at Lincoln City, a pretty disappointing result on the whole given how dismal Lincoln’s form has been.

        Regardless, it still maintained Peterborough’s unbeaten run and they made immediate amends in the EFL Trophy quarterfinal in midweek where they beat AFC Wimbledon 3-1 thanks to goals from Malik Mothersille, Ephron Mason-Clark and Ricky-Jade Jones.

        The Posh are generally excellent on home soil and that’s demonstrated by their run of results on home soil that has seen them go unbeaten in their last eleven home games.

        Their last defeat in League One did, funnily enough, come at the hands of Wigan Athletic back on the 11th of November so they’ll be determined to exact some revenge in this one.

        Three points is a necessity for their promotion push and they should get that here.



        Wigan Athletic currently sit 13th in League One with twelve wins, six draws and eleven losses from twenty-nine games this season.

        The Latics have had a tough campaign following on from their eight-point deduction coming into the season and they’re now doing what they can to make it as respectable a season as possible given how far short of the playoff places they are.

        They’re coming into this game in decent form in the league having won two, drawn two and lost one of their last five games, the most recent of which was a 2-3 loss to Stevenage.

        The loss to Stevenage was a tough one to take given they led the game 2-1 at half-time, with the visitors’ eventual winner coming late on in the 81st minute.

        Their form away from home has been a real worry and it’s very much a concern here given they’re winless in their last six league games on the road.

        The fact they already have one win over Peterborough will definitely be a confidence boost, but these two sides are in very different shapes coming into this game and given Peterborough have home advantage a win for them feels the most likely outcome here.

        For our Peterborough vs. Wigan prediction, we’re going for a 2-1 win for the home side.

        Don’t forget to check out the rest of our previews, tips and offers for this weekend’s action.

        Peterborough Team News

        Kwame Poku has missed a number of games for the Posh of late and looks likely to miss out once again here, while goalkeeper Will Blackmore remains out with injury.

        Star forward Ephron Mason-Clarke sealed a deadline-day transfer to Championship club Coventry City, but the Sky Blues immediately loaned him back to Peterborough for the remainder of the season so they'll now have to enjoy the last of his services.

        The Posh will likely name the same starting lineup that began the 3-1 win over AFC Wimbledon in midweek, with Malik Mothersille retaining his place.

        Wigan Team News

        Charlie Wyke departed for Rotherham United late in the transfer window so the Latics are coming into this one without his services.

        Scott Smith remains out injured, but Charlie Kelman could be in line to make his debut in this one.

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