Blackpool welcome Paul Jewell’s Ipswich to Bloomfield Road on Saturday with Ian Holloway’s men firm favourites at 4/5 despite being without a win in their last three.
However, only in-form Derby have toppled the Tangerines this season and a win in this one would keep the home side in touch with the play-off places.
It was an assorted August for the Tractor Boys with two wins and three defeats in the league and odds of 33/10 reflect their unpredictability.
A draw would be Blackpool’s third in a row and can be backed at 12/5.
The aforementioned defeat to Derby is the only time ‘Pool have failed to score this campaign and with four goals to his name, the Seasiders also boast the league’s joint top goalscorer in Kevin Phillips.
Furthermore, Ipswich have the worst defensive record in the league, having conceded 14 times in five matches, meaning they have let in an average of 2.8 per game.
But with the likes of Michael Chopra and Keith Andrews, who have five league strikes between them, also in their squad, goals are expected. Over 3.5 in 90 mins at 33/20 could be worth a flutter, as could over 2.5 in the first half at 9/2.
Last time Ipswich ventured outside Suffolk they were thumped 7-1 at Peterborough and in a game that does promise goals, a small wager on several scorelines could be the way forward.
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A Jason Euell strike in Blackpool’s 2009-10 promotion-winning season was enough when the sides last met, but this was their first win against the East Anglicans for 30 years and their only success in seven attempts.
If they want to keep up this record, it’s likely Ipswich are going to have to score at least twice to win; something they did manage in their previous game after coming from behind to beat Leeds with two second-half goals.
Therefore, betting on Blackpool to be winning at the interval but Ipswich to be winning at the full-time could also be a decent long shot at odds of 30/1.
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