Birmingham vs Ipswich Town by AhStreak
Birmingham are ranked 8th place in this league, with a total of 24 goals scored and other 26 goals conceded this season in league games, three of their last 7 matches played at home had over 3.5 total goals. They’ve shipped 7 goals in their last two matches against Barnsley and Newcastle and it’s just 1 clean sheet in 9 games for them now which is a bit of a concern. Their home games this season have produced quite a few goals in general.
Ipswich are ranked 17th place with 18 goals scored and 20 goals conceded, their recent matches has been with 3, 2 and 2 total goals. Ipswich on the other hand enter this week's fixture on the back of a 1-1 draw with Cardiff last weekend, with Luke Varney popping up with an all important goal to secure a point for the Tractor Boys. That draw leaves Ipswich sitting 17th in the league and manager Mick McCarthy wanting more form his squad of players, who on paper at least are capable of mixing it with the top ten teams in the league.
Ipswich will be without mf T.Bishop, gk Dean Gerken & midfielders Grant Ward and Cole Skuse.
Striker Brett Pitman returned from an ankle injury to make the squad for the 1-1 draw with Cardiff, coming off the bench in the second half.
Ipswich may not have a free-scoring reputation but in recent weeks as players have returned from injury, they have been a bit more adventurous and their games have been more entertaining as a result. There have been 2 or more goals in all of their last 8 fixtures following a run where just 1 of their previous 10 matches had done likewise.
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|Over (O/U 2.25)||Pinnacle||2.15||8||2-1 WON (+9.2 units)|
* Odds as of post published time and are subject to change.