Cambridge United vs Accrington Stanley Match Review

Cambridge United vs Accrington Stanley Match Review

November 18, 2022 Sports Betting

Cambridge United vs Accrington Stanley Match Review

This Saturday, Cambridge United will host Accrington Stanley at the Abbey Stadium as both teams want to resume their winning streaks in the league.

The U’s have lost their past five League One home games, and Stanley are attempting to earn their first three league points for a while now.

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Cambridge United vs Accrington Stanley Betting  odds

Team Bet365 Betway 1xbet

Cambridge United

2.37 2.35 2.48

Accrington Stanley

2.87 2.85 2.81

Cambridge United vs Accrington Stanley Tips and Prediction

The last time they played, Cambridge narrowly defeated Curzon Ashton of the National League North to advance to the FA Cup second round.

Over 180 minutes of play, the two teams were unable to be separated, but it was the League One team that kept cool under pressure.

To set up a home game against League Two team Grimsby Town on November 26, Cambridge’s Joe Ironside, Jack Lankester, Harvey Knibbs, and Paul Digby all scored from 12 yards.

Despite struggling in league play this year, Mark Bonner’s team is presently 18th in the standings, six points above the relegation zone.

The Yellows’ sole goal total in their first 18 games was 18, and their most recent league outcome was a reasonable 0-0 tie with seventh-place Bolton Wanderers.

In their matchup on Saturday against Accrington Stanley, a squad that is currently below them in the standings and has only won two games away from home this year, Bonner will be confident in his team’s chances.

But since defeating Lincoln City 2-0 on September 3, Cambridge has not triumphed in a league match at the Abbey Stadium.

While all is going on, Accrington Stanley, who had only one point in their previous seven league games, is currently in League One’s 20th position, just three points above the relegation zone.

Last Saturday, the Reds fell just short to promotion-hunting Sheffield Wednesday thanks to a goal from Alex Mighten in the first half.

The start of October saw Stanley’s final league success, a 3-0 triumph over Morecambe. According to early signs, John Coleman’s team may face relegation to the third division this year.

Coleman will be hoping that his squad can improve on their most recent triumph, a victory against Crawley Town in the FA Cup first round, which occurred while playing away from home.

The Reds will play Barnet in the second round after Shaun Whalley scored his first hat-trick as a senior, but league success will remain Coleman and his staff’s top priority.


Given that no team has scored much goals this season, we do not anticipate an open and entertaining contest.

Few goals might determine the game, and while Cambridge is playing a little better than usual, we think the home team will prevail.