Sheffield United vs Ipswich Town – Predictions, Free Bets, Odds and Betting Tips

Sheffield United FC
Sheffield United FC
League Position 3
Goals Scored 15
Goals Conceded 10
Head-to-Head Wins 0
Head-to-Head Draws 1
14th October 2017
Ipswich Town
Ipswich Town
League Position 8
Goals Scored 20
Goals Conceded 16
Head-to-Head Wins 1
Head-to-Head Draws 1
3 League Position 8
15 Goals Scored 20
10 Goals Conceded 16
0 Head-to-Head Wins 1
1 Head-to-Head Draws 1
Sheffield United entertain Ipswich Town from Bramall Lane on Saturday. United have impressed on their return to the Championship, and they are currently in the playoff positions in third with 21 points. Meanwhile, Ipswich are five places adrift of them in eighth spot with 18 points. They have a game in hand over their Sheffield counterparts. Follow all our predictions, odds, free bets and betting tips below.

Sheffield United FC vs Ipswich Town – Betting Tips for the game

United has been the surprise package in the Championship 2017-18 campaign, with seven victories in just 11 outings. They, however, suffered a 2-1 defeat at Nottingham Forest prior to the international break.

Ipswich, on the other hand, have endured a mixed set results with just two wins and four defeats in their last six outings. They lost 3-1 in their previous game to high-flying Bristol City.

The previous meeting between the clubs was at Portman Road back in 2011 which Ipswich won 3-0. The last outing at Bramall Lane also went in Ipswich’s favour as they secured a 2-1 victory. Our betting tips and predictions anticipate a Sheffield United win.

Prediction and betting tip: Sheffield United win at 5/6 with Sportingbet

Sheffield United FC vs Ipswich Town – Match odds

Ipswich are 4/1 for a victory, but we do not expect this outcome. Ipswich have lost their last two outings on the road, and they are up against one of the in-form teams in the Championships. Barring the 1-0 defeat to Norwich City, United have won their remaining four matches with just one goal conceded. Our preview is to go for a Sheffield United win and it can be backed at 5/6 with Sportingbet.

Sheffield United win odds: 5/6 with Sportingbet

Sheffield United and Ipswich Town draw odds: 11/4 with Betfair

Ipswich Town win odds: 4/1 with William Hill

Sheffield United FC vs Ipswich Town – Correct Score odds

Sheffield United and Ipswich are two of the three sides who have yet to draw a game this term. While United have kept a strong defensive record with just 10 goals conceded in 11 matches, Ipswich have been free-scoring up front with 20 goals in just 10 outings. Ipswich have scored on all their travels this term, and this suggests there will be goals. Our correct score prediction is to go with a Sheffield United 2-1 win at 8/1 with BetVictor.

Correct score prediction: Sheffield United 2-1 win at 8/1 with BetVictor

Sheffield United FC vs Ipswich Town – Over/Under 2.5 Goals odds

United have been involved in relatively low-scoring games this term, but their recent defeat to Nottingham Forest witnessed three goals. In comparison, Ipswich have been experiencing a contrasting fortune with four of their last five outings involving three or more goals. Our total goals prediction is to go with over 2.5 goals at 1/1 with Betfred.

Goal odds and predictions: Over 2.5 goals at 1/1 with Betfred

Sheffield United FC vs Ipswich Town – First Goalscorer odds

Leon Clarke has been in good touch for Sheffield United this campaign with four goals in seven outings. The 32-year-old scored a brace against both Sheffield Wednesday and Wolves in September before failing to find the net versus Nottingham. Clarke has started the last three outings in the Championship, and he could be preferred to lead the line ahead of Billy Sharp. Clarke has scored a solitary goal in his previous eight meetings with Ipswich. Our first goal scorer prediction is to go with Clarke at 5/1 with Bet365.

First goal scorer prediction: Clarke at 5/1 with Bet365

Sheffield United FC vs Ipswich Town – Free bet offers

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