Shrewsbury Town vs Bristol Rovers Match Analysis & Prediction
02/05/2023 9:45 pm
Tuesday night at Montgomery Waters Meadow, Shrewsbury Town plays Bristol Rovers in their sixth and final League One match of the year.
At this point in the season, neither Shrewsbury nor the Gas has much to play for, albeit a win for the visitors might allow them to overtake their rivals in the standings.
As the season draws to a close, Shrewsbury may reflect on a respectable, if not outstanding, campaign, with a top-half finish still possible, depending on how they perform in their next two games.
While Salop has already accumulated 56 points this season, they only had 50 points at the end of the 2021–22 season, so some progress has been made, even though they have recently started to lose steam.
The season’s final stages have seen a decline in performance for Bristol Rovers, who have also faced some of the division’s top clubs. Their most recent match ended in a 0-0 tie with Peterborough United.
The Gas have lost their previous three games without scoring, and they are now five games without a League One victory. However, considering everything, their 2022–23 campaign must be regarded as a success.
Joey Barton’s team was only promoted to the third division last season. Still, with nine points separating them from the bottom four, they have done exceptionally well to stay out of the relegation fight.
Shrewsbury Town vs. Bristol Rovers Head to head
Both sides have 13 games against each other each side taking five wins and three draws.
Shrewsbury Town Team News
Tom Bayliss and Dan Udoh have missed several games for Shrewsbury due to injuries in recent weeks, and they are anticipated to miss additional games.
Salop’s Rob Street and Christian Saydee may start in Udoh’s stead, while Bayliss’ ankle injury will likely keep Killian Phillips in attacking midfield.
Shrewsbury Town 's Last 5 Matches
29/04/2023Shrewsbury0Sheffield United3League One
Bristol Rovers Team News
Anthony Evans might return to the midfield for Bristol Rovers under manager Barton since he has already served his one-game suspension for receiving two yellow cards against Plymouth Argyle.
Aaron Collins, 25, is a sure-fire starter on the left wing after contributing with 16 goals and 11 assists in the third tier this season. He was just crowned League One Player of the Year for his accomplishments in April.
Bristol Rovers's Last 5 Matches
22/04/2023Port Vale2Bristol0League One
18/04/2023Bristol1Sheffield Wednesday2League One
Shrewsbury Town vs. Bristol Rovers: Odds and Predictions
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