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BRISTOL ROVERS v BRADFORD CITY
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Bristol Rovers v Bradford City Tips, Predictions and Odds

Bristol Rovers host Bradford City in matchday 42 of League One on Saturday 13th April, 3:00pm at The Memorial Stadium. The hosts currently sit in 16th place in the table having beaten Bradford City 3-2 last time out, while the visitors are in 24th after their 3-2 loss against Bristol Rovers.

Read on for all of our free football predictions and betting tips for this fixture.
THE KICKOFF ALGORITHM’S WIN/DRAW/WIN BETTING TIP:
Bristol Rovers have a 52% chance of beating Bradford City

PREDICTIONS & ODDS:

Bristol R
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Draw
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Bradford
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Home/away
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WIN/DRAW/WIN KEY STATISTICS:

Bristol R 23RD
20 league games
Home
Overall
Goals: Scored
19
Conceded
24
Games: Scored
11 / 20
Conceded
14 / 20
Clean sheets
6 / 20
Failed to score
9 / 20
W
4
Draw
6
Lost
10
Goals: Scored
24
Conceded
20
Games: Scored
14 / 20
Conceded
12 / 20
Clean sheets
8 / 20
Failed to score
6 / 20
Won
7
Draw
8
Lost
5
Bradford TH
20 league games
Away
Overall
Goals: Scored
19
Conceded
39
Games: Scored
12 / 20
Conceded
16 / 20
Clean sheets
4 / 20
Failed to score
8 / 20
W
3
D
4
Lost
13
Goals: Scored
25
Conceded
30
Games: Scored
10 / 20
Conceded
14 / 20
Clean sheets
6 / 20
Failed to score
10 / 20
Won
6
D
3
Lost
11
LAST TIME OUT:
Bristol Rovers won their last League One match 3-2. Bradford City lost their's 3-2.

LAST MATCH KEY STATISTICS

Bristol Rovers 3-2 Bradford City
Bristol Rovers's last match was in League One against Bradford City on Saturday 13th April at The Memorial Stadium. They won the game 3-2 with 2 goals from Jonson Clarke-Harris and a goal from Ollie Clarke.

Bristol Rovers 3-2 Bradford City
Bradford City's last match was in League One against Bristol Rovers on Saturday 13th April at The Memorial Stadium. They lost the game 3-2 with goals from Lewis O'Brien and Nathaniel Knight-Percival.