Stevenage vs Bolton Betting Preview | 21 Nov 2020

Free Bets » All Posts » Stevenage vs Bolton Betting Preview | 21 Nov 2020
New

The first thing that Stevenage vs Bolton tells you this weekend is that the Whites should be smelling a real chance to extend on their recent resurge in Hertfordshire.

While Bolton might have really struggled to find their feet when opening the 2020/2021 campaign, the Trotters are coming off the back of back-victories and are seeking a charge up the League Two table.

In a first meeting between the two sides, it should be noted that an away victory at the Lamex Stadium on Saturday afternoon can be found priced at 7/4 with Paddy Power.

Betting Tip: Bolton draw no bet – 5/6 @ Bet365
*Odds are correct at time of writing and are subject to change without prior notice.

Stevange’s attacking issues

While Stevenage might have just about managed to hang onto the Football League status last season, it has been another hugely worrying start for Saturday’s hosts and they’re already seen as a standout pick for the drop this time around.

Hit with defeat away at Northampton while on EFL Trophy duties earlier in the week, the Boro have also failed to win any of their last 10 straight League Two contests and have really struggled with their issues in the final third.

Remarkably managing to land just a single goal in any of their last eight fourth-tier appearances on the bounce, it should be noted that Stevenage are priced at 9/4 with 888sport to draw another blank this weekend.

Betting Tip: Bolton draw no bet – 5/6 @ Bet365
*Odds are correct at time of writing and are subject to change without prior notice.

Bolton’s resurge

Managing to come from behind and land a 3-2 win against Newcastle’s U21’s in the EFL Trophy earlier in the week, there is no doubt that Bolton are desperate to kick-start their campaign.

Last seen on League Two duties picking up a 2-0 victory against local rivals Salford on home soil, the Whites have managed to make some much-needed alterations in the final third.

Now managing to bag at least a pair of strikes in each of their last three matchups across all formats, Ian Evertt’s men can be found priced at 13/8 with William Hill to once again bag over 1.5 goals when they travel to Stevenage this weekend.


Do you think this content is good? Share it with your friends...