Bristol City vs Burton Albion – Predictions, Free Bets, Odds and Betting Tips

Bristol City
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League Position 4
Goals Scored 20
Goals Conceded 11
Head-to-Head Wins 1
Head-to-Head Draws 1
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13th October 2017
Burton Albion FC
Burton Albion FC
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League Position 21
Goals Scored 6
Goals Conceded 23
Head-to-Head Wins 0
Head-to-Head Draws 1
4 League Position 21
20 Goals Scored 6
11 Goals Conceded 23
1 Head-to-Head Wins 0
1 Head-to-Head Draws 1
Bristol City will play hosts to Burton Albion at the Ashton Gate on Friday night. City have made a rollicking start to their 2017/18 Championship campaign, and they are currently in the play-off positions in fourth with 20 points. Burton, though, are fighting a relegation battle in 21st place with just nine points. Follow all our predictions, odds, free bets and betting tips below.

Bristol City vs Burton Albion FC – Betting Tips for the game

City come into the back of a nine-match unbeaten streak which has included four victories. They secured a 3-1 triumph over Ipswich Town in their previous game at Portman Road.

Meanwhile, Burton have endured another tough spell in the Championship with just two victories in the first 11 matches.  They have suffered back-to-back 4-0 defeats to Wolverhampton Wanderers and Aston Villa.

The previous meeting between the clubs was at the Ashton Gate and it ended in a 0-0 draw. Bristol could not find the breakthrough despite having 21 shots at goal. Our betting tips and predictions anticipate a Bristol win.

Prediction and betting tip: Bristol City win at 2/5 with Sky Bet

Bristol City vs Burton Albion FC – Match odds

Burton are priced at 8/1 for a win, but we do not anticipate a victory for them. Nigel Clough’s side are winless in their last five outings on the road, and they are up against a Bristol team, who are unbeaten on their home turf. Burton have managed just a solitary goal on their travels, and Bristol will be relatively confident of bagging a win. Our preview is confident of a Bristol victory and it can be backed at 2/5 with Sky Bet.

Bristol City win odds: 2/5 with Sky Bet

Bristol City and Burton Albion draw odds: 4/1 with Betfair

Burton Albion win odds: 8/1 with Betway

Bristol City vs Burton Albion FC – Correct Score odds

City have been free-scoring in the Championship this term with 20 goals in just 11 matches. This presents the second-best record in the division. Their backline has also fared decently with four clean sheets. Burton, on the other hand, have struggled on both fronts, scoring six goals and conceding 23 in the process. Their defence is the worst among all other teams this season. Our correct score prediction is to go with a 2-0 win for Bristol City at 13/2 with William Hill.

Correct score prediction: Bristol City 2-0 win at 13/2 with William Hill

Bristol City vs Burton Albion FC – Over/Under 2.5 Goals odds

Bristol City have produced a mixed set of high and low scoring games this term. However, three of their five outings at Ashton Gate have involved two or fewer goals. The previous meeting between the clubs also witnessed a similar result. Bristol have kept just two clean sheets at home, but they could be backed to improve this record against a goal-shy Burton outfit. Our total goals prediction is to go with under 2.5 goals at 5/4 with BetVictor.

Goal odds and predictions: Under 2.5 goals at 5/4 with BetVictor

Bristol City vs Burton Albion FC – First Goalscorer odds

City striker Famara Diedhiou has been in fine form of late with four goals in five Championship matches. Overall, he is up to five goals for the campaign – only behind Bobby Reid. The 24-year-old has been tasked with leading the line for Bristol this season, and he stands a better chance of scoring first versus Burton.  The Senegalese is yet to face Burton in any competition. Our first goal scorer prediction is to go with Diedhiou at 15/4 with Bet365.

First goal scorer prediction: Diedhiou at 15/4 with Bet365

Bristol City vs Burton Albion FC – Free bet offers

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