Nottingham Forrest vs Preston North End Prediction 30 January 2018

Nottingham Forrest vs Preston North End Prediction 30 January 2018

Match date: 

On January 30 2018 at 19:45 in the upcoming match of the 29th game week of the English Football League Championship at the City Ground Stadium in Nottingham the local Nottingham Forrest are playing against their guests Preston North End.

First of all we must admit that defense of both teams which is far from perfection. The hosts have already conceded 43 goals since the start of the championship and that’s the result the outsiders of the league show. They only had four home games of 14 played where the Foresters managed to avoid conceding goals and moreover, they conceded at least once in all of their latest five matches. Not long ago they played against Hull City and conceded two goals in that match.

As for the visitors, they aren’t as poor in defense and yet they concede the average of one goal per match. It’s really difficult for them to play away from home as they only had three games of 17 where they didn’t concede at all. They also conceded at least one goal in their latest five matches.

At the same time we must admit that Preston North End are a bit better in attack compared to the hosts. They only played seven games of 28 without scoring a single goal. And we must admit that most of these games were played during the first part of the championship and after that Preston managed to improve their conditions and scored in almost every match they played. The stats can’t lie and they say that Preston only had one game of 11 latest ones when they didn’t score even once.

Nottingham aren’t as strong in attack as their competitors and yet they have already scored 35 goals which is a rather good result for the middle-peasants of the league. The Foresters haven’t been in their perfect conditions lately and yet they will have their forward Murphy one the pitch this time which may let them feel more confident.

All of the facts we have already mentioned make us suggest that