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Here are four football tips that Will Rook thinks you should consider for Oxford v Portsmouth on Monday evening.


Match to be a draw

These sides drew 1-1 at Fratton Park in the first leg of this tie on Friday evening – the third draw in three matches between them in all competitions this season.

Pompey have drawn three league games out of six against sides in the play-offs this season, so this one looks a decent bet to go the distance.

Half-time result: Draw

The first half on Friday ended with the score at 1-1, meaning all three games between Portsmouth and Oxford have been level at the break this season.

Four of Portsmouth’s last seven league games were draws at half-time, suggesting this could go a similar way.

Matty Taylor to score

Taylor is Oxford’s top scorer this season, with 17 goals in all competitions.

The striker had netted six goals in his last five appearances for the U’s before football was suspended and is a good price to rediscover that form.

Over 10.5 corners

Portsmouth registered 11 corners alone in Friday’s first leg, while there were 18 in total.

This bet landed in three of Oxford’s last four league games and four of Portsmouth’s last five in all competitions.


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