Yeovil vs Luton

Yeovil had probably their best performance this season last weekend when the team won over Coventry 6:2 away from home last Monday evening. They were set as complete underdogs, however entered great into the match and managed to hurt the opponent much in first fifteen minutes.
It was 3:0 for them already after first fifteen minutes, thanks to two goals from Fisher and one from Zoko, while the home team tried to respond in second. And they actually did correct to attack, reducing the deficit with two goals from Biamou, but conceded in between again from Zoko.
Overall, home side was trying and had more of the ball possession however stood very vulnerable in defense. Just when they risked the most, they conceded twice again in last fifteen minutes with two goals from Surridge. It was second consecutive victory as the side previously won on the road to Colchester and are now eleven points above relegating Chesterfield.
Zoko and Fisher could lead the attack of the home side in typical 4-4-2 formation. Midfielder and team captain James Bailey (24/1) is still injured and out. Same as goalkeeper Artur Krysiak (31/0), defenders Daniel Alfei (2/0), Nathan Smith (30/1) and midfielder Jake Gray (26/3).

Luton did well to get a 2:1 victory at home oevr Mansfield on Monday afternoon. However, overall impression is that the three pointer came in much more difficult style than what it was supposed to be.
Guests entered the game better, defended but were concrete in attack also and took the lead in 34th minute via Hemmings. Still, home side did improve in second and slowly looked better and better. Within ten minutes they managed to revert the scoreline, with goals from Collins in 61st and Rea in 71st minute.
It was good to see them bouncing back to winning ways after defeat away to Colchester previous time out. The side is now at second position with three points more than third placed Wycombe and three less than league leaders from Accrington.
They have two games more played than the leaders, but fourth placed Exeter played a game less than them and even though they have eight points less, some reasonable danger still exists.
Guests will play in 4-3-3 system with Collins, Lee and Hylton as forwards. Midfielder Luke Berry (34/7) picked up an injury in previous game and is out for this one. Sidelined due injury is also midfielder Lawson D’Ath (9/0). Central defender Scott Cuthert (22/2) is doubtful for now.

~ Last three mutual matches ended with four goals scored or more.

Yeovil is still not fully safe and with boosted morale no doubt that they will try to get a three pointer here. To get a revenge for 8:2 loss in first part of the season but also to impress further against one of the strongest teams in the league.
Still not safe with their direct promotion, no doubt that Luton comes here for three points as well. Something that promises wide open game and having in mind their recent form, this bet might be won even after the first halftime.

Bet : Over 2.5 Goals

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