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Port Vale vs. Wycombe Prediction, Tips & Stats

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      • (47') E. Chislett
      • (4') D. Wheeler
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          Port Vale vs. Wycombe Prediction, Tips & Stats

          Port Vale currently sit 15th in League One with eight wins, six draws and eleven losses from twenty-five games this season.

          Port Vale have had a fairly mediocre campaign which has gradually become worse as the weeks have passed by following a pretty impressive start.

          They’re coming into this game out of form having won just one of their last five matches in the league, drawing two and losing two of the other four.

          Their most recent game was a thriller on home soil as they drew 2-2 with Charlton Athletic, with goals from Ethan Chislett, Uche Ikpeazu and Gavin Massey proving enough for a point.

          The goal from Massey came right at the death in the shape of an injury-time equaliser so despite the result not quite being what they would have wanted it to be they will still enter this game in good spirits given the elated nature of that result.

          After winning their first three home games of the season, their form at home has been pretty disappointing on the whole having won just two of their last nine league games on home soil, losing six of them.

          Those two wins have, though, come in their last four home games so there is some promise that they’re starting to enter an improved run of form so this game will serve as an indicator of that.

          Wycombe Wanderers currently sit 14th in League One with seven wins, nine draws and ten losses from twenty-six games this season.

          The Chairboys seem a much weaker unit than the side that have been one of the more competitive fixtures in League One over the course of the last two seasons, and at present are more concerned about staying clear of the relegation zone than making a run for the playoffs.

          They’re coming into this game fairly out of sorts having won only one of their last fifteen games in the league, a run that has seen them slide down the league table.

          They have improved somewhat in recent weeks though given they’re unbeaten in their last four games in the league, even if they have won only one of those.

          Their latest outing was a 1-1 draw at home to Lincoln City, a result that given the manner of its occurrence was a bitter one to swallow with Matt Bloomfield’s side 1-0 up heading into stoppage time before a Lincoln equaliser in the eighth minute of added time denying them a sorely needed three points.

          A sickener for Wycombe, then, and they now have to dust themselves off and get ready to again as they seek to make amends in front of their own fans here.

          They have a very good head-to-head record against Port Vale as they come into this game unbeaten in their last six meetings with this weekend’s opponents, with this season’s reverse fixture a 1-1 draw, so they should feel confident of getting a positive result from this encounter.

          For our Port Vale vs. Wycombe prediction, we’re going for a 1-1 draw.

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          Port Vale Team News

          After losing Sheffield United loanee Oliver Arblaster to injury for the remainder of the campaign a month back, Port Vale have now lost Tottenham Hotspur loanee Alfie Devine after the midfielder was recalled by Spurs and sent on loan to Plymouth Argyle.

          Vale are now very short on numbers in that department, and in the squad in general, and they had a bench with an average age of just 22.85 against Reading last time out which featured three players aged 18 or under.

          They'll likely name the same XI that started the abandoned game at Reading last weekend, with Ryan Loft coming in for Devine with Ethan Chislett moving back into a deeper midfield position.

          Wycombe Team News

          Jack Young and Brandon Hanlon remain out for Wycombe, while Wolverhampton Wanderers loanee Chem Campbell is still waiting to make his debut for the club.

          After being seconds away from a win last weekend they could opt for continuity here and go for the same side that started the 1-1 draw with Lincoln.

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