Plymouth Argyle vs Ipswich Town Betting Tip 2 AH0 – 25 September 2022

Tractor Boys to fend off challenge from Pilgrims

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Plymouth Argyle v Ipswich Town
25 September 1230hrs
Football – England – League One
Pick Ipswich Town AH0
Bookmaker bet365
Odds: 1.60 odds taken 0857 GMT, Saturday 24th September

Sunday lunchtime brings us further action from League One and features this upcoming top three clash between Plymouth Argyle and Ipswich Town at Home Park with 3rd placed Plymouth Argyle looking to extend their unbeaten run to six matches while top of the table Ipswich Town will be eager to maintain their position at the summit of the third tier.

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Plymouth Argyle Preview – Can Pilgrims make statement of intent?

3rd placed Plymouth Argyle know that all three points at Home Park against Ipswich Town in Sunday’s lunchtime clash could take them to the top of League One if other results go their way in Saturday’s fixtures, and the hosts will be in confident mood having put together a five-match unbeaten run heading into this important encounter.

Following an inconsistent start to the new season which saw Plymouth Argyle pick up two wins but also two losses, with victories gained over Barnsley and Peterborough United, but also succumbing to losses against Fleetwood Town and Charlton Athletic, The Pilgrims have since seemingly clicked into gear in their subsequent five games.

Four wins and a draw have helped Plymouth into 3rd spot and within two points of the leading two clubs, Ipswich Town and Portsmouth, thanks to wins against Forest Green Rovers, Bolton Wanderers, Derby County and Oxford United, along with last week’s solid point away from home at Portsmouth with a 2-2 draw.

Steven Schumacher’s side have now won their last four home games on the trot while the bigger picture shows that The Pilgrims have suffered just the one defeat out of their last 12 games at Home Park, and having also kept 11 clean sheets within this 12-match sequence, the hosts look in good shape to get something from this clash.

After being dismissed against Portsmouth for two yellow cards, Plymouth Argyle manager, Steven Schumacher, will be without defender Brendan Galloway, while midfielder Finn Aziz, will also be absent as he is away on international duty.

Our betting suggestion:
Both teams to score

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odds taken 0857 GMT, Saturday 24th September



Ipswich Town Preview – Can Tractor Boys hold onto top spot?

With each new season brings fresh optimism and hope that Ipswich Town can mount a serious challenge for promotion back up into the Championship and this season has been no different for Ipswich Town’s fans as their side currently sit top of League One on goal difference over 2nd placed Portsmouth prior to this weekend’s fixtures in the third tier.

Perhaps this season may just be Ipswich’s time though as the Tractor Boys still remain unbeaten in League One after their opening nine games, picking up six wins in the process along with collecting points by way of three draws as well, but they’ll be facing a tough prospect in the shape of Plymouth Argyle on Sunday lunchtime.

Nevertheless, Ipswich have picked up wins against the likes of Forest Green Rovers, MK Dons, Burton Albion, Shrewsbury Town, Accrington Stanley and Bristol Rovers, while draws with Bolton Wanderers, Barnsley and Sheffield Wednesday have also helped maintain Ipswich’s position at the summit of the third tier.

The bigger picture shows that Ipswich Town have lost just two out of their last 26 league matches overall, while also losing just once in their previous 13 matches away from home, so they too will be confident and upbeat about their chances of getting something out of this upcoming trip to the west country on Sunday lunchtime.

Within this sequence, Ipswich Town have won four out of their last five games on the road and they have also suffered just one defeat out of the last four meetings against their hosts in previous exchanges, so the Tractor Boys also look formidable opponents here as well.

With Wes Burns away with Wales for their UEFA Nations League matches, Ipswich Town will have to make a change at right wing-back but otherwise, Ipswich manager, Kieran McKenna, will have a fully fit squad from which to choose from.

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Plymouth Argyle v Ipswich Town


Key Facts – Plymouth Argyle v Ipswich Town Tip

  • Plymouth Argyle have suffered just the 1 defeat out of their last 12 games at Home Park
  • Ipswich Town have lost just 1 of their previous 13 matches away from home
  • Ipswich Town have lost just 1 of the previous 4 meetings v Plymouth Argyle


Both Plymouth Argyle and Ipswich Town have produced encouraging and impressive campaigns so far in this season’s League One campaign and this upcoming lunchtime clash on Sunday is expected to be a tightly fought encounter.

Ipswich Town with the handicap though perhaps looks the best option in this one.

The best betting odds for Plymouth Argyle v Ipswich Town

Plymouth to win: 3.30 at bet365
Draw: 3.30 at bet365
Ipswich to win: 2.20 at bet365