Bradford v MK Dons: Hosts to find the net first then not again
Since dumping Chelsea out of the FA Cup, Bradford have celebrated by playing out two draws in League One.
They’ll look to address that when in-form MK Dons come to town, but with both sides having played as recently as Saturday, this could well be a match that loses out to tiredness.
Nonetheless, we have found three bets worth a look at for the match, all explained in fine detail below:
Over the course of the League One season, the Bantams have been better at opening the scoring than MK, doing so in 16 of their 27 matches as opposed to the Dons’ 15 first goals in 28.
Not only that, but Bradford tend to score the first goal in their home games too, having hit the net before their opposition in eight of their 14 matches at Valley Parade.
Although they score first, Bradford don’t score many infront of their own fans.
In their last 10 games at Valley Parade, Phil Parkinson’s side have scored exactly one goal on six occasions and failed to score on one. In the three games where they managed to net more than once, two were in the FA Cup.
Karl Robinson’s men arrive in Bradford with a six-game unbeaten streak in League One tucked under their belt.
This bet has been boosted from its original price of 7/2 and is worth looking at seeing as both teams have scored in four of the Dons’ last seven away games.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.
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