Forest Green Rovers v Tranmere Rovers Predictions & Betting Odds – 13th May 2019

Forest Green to turn it around on home soil

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Forest Green Rovers v Tranmere Rovers Betting Tips – League Two Play-offs, 13th May 19.45pm

Mark Cooper’s Forest Green Rovers and Micky Mellon’s Tranmere Rovers go head-to-head in the second leg of their League Two play-off semi-final on Monday night. Tranmere make the trip to The New Lawn with a slender lead thanks to a stunning strike by Ollie Banks. Can Forest Green hit back on home turf?

Forest Green Rovers v Tranmere Rovers Betting Odds*

Forest Green Rovers Evens
Draw 5/2
Tranmere Rovers 16/5
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on May 12th, 2019 at 13:18 p.m.)

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Forest Green Rovers News and Form

Forest Green Rovers had a torrid first half at Prenton Park last Friday, falling behind to a wonder goal shortly after having Gavin Gunning sent off for lashing out. To be fair to the Green Devils, they did well to leave Merseyside with just a one-goal deficit. The home team missed several good opportunities, and Forest Green will fancy their chances of turning this tie around at The New Lawn.

In the regular League Two campaign, Forest Green were far better away from home. Cooper’s side accumulated just 33 points at The New Lawn, with 41 of their 74 points coming on the road. The Green Army ended their League Two season with two wins from six home matches. However, they are unbeaten in three on home turf, picking up seven points from a possible nine along the way.

 

Both teams to score
Yes26/25
No7/10

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Forest Green have been on a remarkable rise over the past few seasons and getting into League One will be dream come true for the New Lawn faithful. The Gloucestershire club may be behind in the tie, but Cooper and his boys will back themselves to turn things around on home soil. The home team are priced at 11/8 to qualify.

Forest Green Rovers v Tranmere Rovers Head to Head

Tranmere’s win in the first leg was their first victory over Forest Green since 2015

Forest Green beat Tranmere home and away in League Two this term, scoring four and conceding one

Reece Brown, Liam Shephard and Tahvon Campbell were on the scoresheet in a 3-1 home win when the two teams last met at The New Lawn

Forest Green have won four of the last five meetings

 

Key-Facts – Forest Green Rovers v Tranmere Rovers

  • Forest Green won just eight home league games this season
  • Tranmere picked up only six away wins in this term’s League Two
  • Forest Green are unbeaten in three at home, winning two and drawing one

 

Tranmere Rovers News and Form

Tranmere Rovers claimed a narrow win last Friday, but it could have been so much more than just a 1-0 scoreline. The usually prolific James Norwood missed a few chances while goalscorer Banks hit the underside of the bar. Will the Merseyside outfit rue those missed opportunities?

Tranmere were very solid at home in League Two this term, winning 14 of their 23 home league fixtures. Away from home, though, Rovers won just six league matches in the regular season. The Whites have failed to win any of their last four fixtures on their travels, losing two and drawing two.

Tranmere finished just one point behind Forest Green in League Two this term, and they will be in for a tough game at The New Lawn on Monday. Will their 1-0 advantage be enough to take them into the play-off final at Wembley Stadium? Tranmere are the 8/15 favourites to go through.

Forest Green Rovers v Tranmere Rovers Tips & Odds

Forest Green Rovers to win and both teams to score at 7/2
Forest Green Rovers to qualify at 11/8
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on May 12th, 2019 at 13:18 p.m.)

Forest Green Rovers v Tranmere Rovers Predictions

Forest Green Rovers win: This tie is delicately poised after Tranmere’s 1-0 win on Friday night. Even though Forest Green have not set the world alight at home this season, the Green Devils are more than capable of turning this tie around on their own patch. I fancy Forest Green to win and both teams to score. I can also see Cooper’s troops reaching the play-off final at Tranmere’s expense, with the hosts available at 11/8 to qualify.


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