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On Saturday in League One, Cambridge United will seek to bounce back from consecutive defeats as they host early-season strugglers, Shrewsbury Town at Abbey Stadium this Saturday. The U’s faced a tough outing against Burton Albion in their last game, which was broadcast on television, while Shrewsbury finally broke their seven-match winless streak last weekend.
|Cambridge vs Shrewsbury Betting Tips|
Cambridge United’s winless streak in League One has now extended to five matches following their recent defeat to Burton Albion. The U’s found themselves two goals down within the opening 30 minutes of the game, courtesy of Josh Walker and Deji Oshilaja. However, Fejiri Okenabirhie managed to pull one back in the second half. Okenabirhie has been a standout performer for the team, earning the title of Player of the Month for September. Despite starting only twice, he has netted an impressive five goals in 11 third-tier appearances.
Cambridge United currently sit 15th in the League One standings, having secured 14 points from their opening 11 fixtures. Notably, the team’s form at the Abbey Stadium has been strong, with 10 of their points coming from home matches. They aim to establish themselves in League One after spending over a decade in the lower tiers of English football.
Harrison Dunk, the longest-serving player in the division, has been a symbol of consistency for Cambridge United, having dedicated 12 years and 3 months to the club.
Shrewsbury Town endured a goal drought lasting over 750 minutes before breaking the dry spell against Northampton Town. Their dramatic 1-0 victory marked their first League One win since August 26, when they triumphed against Fleetwood Town.
The team have struggled to create clear-cut chances, with Ryan Bowman being the sole recognised forward to find the net in League One this season. This dearth of goals has prevented Shrewsbury from competing for a top-half finish. Despite the recent win, Town will need to address their goal-scoring woes if they hope to make a late-season push for the playoffs, a feat they achieved in January and February with six consecutive wins.
Cambridge United are set to welcome back Sullay Kaikai and Saikou Janneh, providing flair on the flanks. James Brophy is expected to retain his place in the starting XI. However, Elias Kachunga’s hamstring injury will sideline him for six to eight weeks, leaving Fejiri Okenabirhie and Gassan Ahadme to compete for a starting spot up front.
Shrewsbury Town, on the other hand, suffered injuries to Morgan Feeney and Taylor Perry in their last match. Elliott Bennett and Jason Sraha could step in to fill the gaps. With Max Mata away on international duty, either Ryan Bowman or Kieran Phillips will lead the line for the visitors at the Abbey Stadium.
Cambridge United hae faced a tough run of fixtures but showed signs of recovery in their last match against Burton. They will be determined to secure a much-needed win in front of their home crowd. Shrewsbury, although buoyed by their last-gasp victory over Northampton, will have to overcome key player absences and injuries. We predict a 1-0 victory for Cambridge United.
Prediction: Cambridge 1-0 Shrewsbury