Cambridge vs Barrow Betting Preview | 14 Nov 2020

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The first thing that Cambridge vs Barrow tells you is that Saturday’s hosts should be hugely confident of extending their promotion charge at the Abbey Stadium.

Picking up an EFL Trophy win against League One high-flyers Peterborough in midweek, the U’s have lost just one of their last seven fourth-tier showdowns and they already hold a three-point buffer in the automatic spots.

Picking up a 2-1 win the last time they welcomed Barrow to Cambridgeshire, you might be interested to know that a similar home victory on Saturday afternoon can be found priced at 11/10 with William Hill.

Betting Tip: Cambridge win – 11/10 @ William Hill
*Odds are correct at time of writing and are subject to change without prior notice.

Mullin’s League Two romp

Last seen on League Two duties picking up a 2-1 win against play-off chasers Salford earlier in the month, Cambridge are priced at 9/4 with Unibet to secure a third-tier return this season and they have one attacking MVP enjoying a real purple patch.

Continuing to shock many with what has been a free-scoring run, leading marksman Paul Mullin has already recorded 13 goals across all competitions so far this season and has recorded double the amount of strikes of any other player in the division.

Spearheading Cambridge’s promotion charge and with five goals in his last four home appearances, Mullin can be found priced at 6/4 with Unibet to extend on his remarkable tally this weekend.

Betting Tip: Cambridge win – 11/10 @ William Hill
*Odds are correct at time of writing and are subject to change without prior notice.

Barrow’s attacking issues

While Barrow might have enjoyed a real flurry when closing October, the Football League debutants were hit with a 1-0 loss against Accrington Stanley on EFL Trophy duties earlier in the week and are enduring a recent blip.

Managing to win just a pair of their opening 11 League Two contests so far this season and many feeling that could be set for a relegation scrap this time around, Saturday’s guests have shown some recent issues in the final third.

Drawing back-to-back blanks and recording just a single strike in any of their last three appearances, Barrow can be found priced at 7/4 with Paddy Power to leave without even a consolation goal this weekend.


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