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Tuesday's League One predictions including Portsmouth vs. Barnsley

Sports Mole provides score predictions and previews for all of today's League One fixtures, including Portsmouth vs. Barnsley.


Burton Albion vs. Cheltenham (Tuesday, 7.45pm)

A general shot of a football from May 2022© Reuters

After taking a point from their last two matches, Burton Albion will try to return to winning ways when they face Cheltenham Town in Tuesday's League One contest.

Like their hosts, the Robins will also be looking for a positive response after losing each of their last three matches.

We say: Burton Albion 2-1 Cheltenham Town


Burton may have lost out to Lincoln at the weekend, but they have won three of their previous five home matches, and we think they will draw upon that success to claim a narrow victory over a Cheltenham side that has lost their last three away games.

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Bristol Rovers vs. Cambridge (Tuesday, 7.45pm)

Cambridge United's Jack Lankester celebrates scoring their first goal with teammates on January 6, 2024© Reuters

Cambridge United will be bidding to take a huge step towards securing their status in League One for the 2024-25 campaign when they head to Bristol Rovers on Tuesday night.

The visitors are currently 18th in the table, six points clear of the relegation zone, while the hosts sit 15th, boasting 54 points from their 43 league matches in 2023-24.

We say: Bristol Rovers 1-1 Cambridge United


Cambridge's recent performances have been impressive, and we are backing them to pick up another positive result on Tuesday despite their poor away form. Bristol Rovers do not have an awful lot to play for at this stage, and the hosts might have to settle for a share of the spoils here.

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Port Vale vs. Wycombe (Tuesday, 7.45pm)

Port Vale manager Andrew Crosby reacts on December 19, 2023© Reuters

Two teams sitting level on 30 points in the League One table will face off when Port Vale play host to Wycombe Wanderers on Saturday.

The home side are searching for their first win of 2024, while the Chairboys are looking to extend their unbeaten run to six matches.

We say: Port Vale 2-2 Wycombe Wanderers


Although Port Vale have lost their last two home games against Wycombe, they did take a point off the Chairboys in December's reverse fixture at Adams Park.

With the teams currently level on 30 points, we think that two closely-matched sides will play out a draw in Saturday's contest.

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Bolton vs. Shrewsbury (Tuesday, 7.45pm)

Bolton Wanderers' Kyle Dempsey and teammates before the match on January 7, 2024© Reuters

Bolton Wanderers will continue their League One promotion bid in Tuesday's home clash with Shrewsbury Town.

The Trotters are currently sitting in third place in the table, while the visitors will head into the midweek contest in 19th position.

We say: Bolton Wanderers 2-0 Shrewsbury Town


Although Bolton were involved in a draw on Saturday, they have managed to win five of their last eight home matches, and we think they will make full use of home advantage to claim three points in Tuesday's fixture.

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Oxford Utd vs. Lincoln (Tuesday, 7.45pm)

Lincoln City's Recco Hackett-Fairchild reacts after conceding their first goal on September 27, 2023© Reuters

Two teams battling to secure playoff positions in the League One table will lock horns for a huge game on Tuesday evening, with Oxford United welcoming Lincoln City to the Kassam Stadium.

Oxford are currently sixth in the division, three points ahead of seventh-placed Blackpool, who have played a game more, while Lincoln occupy eighth spot, five points behind their opponents in this fixture.

We say: Oxford United 2-0 Lincoln City


Oxford will be looking to do the league double over Lincoln, having run out 2-0 winners in the reverse match earlier this season, and we are backing the home side to secure all three points on Tuesday evening courtesy of the same scoreline.

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Portsmouth vs. Barnsley (Tuesday, 7.45pm)

A general shot of a football from May 2022© Reuters

League One leaders Portsmouth will have the opportunity to clinch promotion when they welcome Barnsley to Fratton Park on Tuesday.

Meanwhile, the Tykes are currently sitting in fifth position and are hoping to secure their place in the League One playoffs.

We say: Portsmouth 2-2 Barnsley


Portsmouth have seen two of their last three matches finish all square, and after drawing their previous two home games against Barnsley, we think they will settle for the point that would secure promotion to the Championship.

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Peterborough vs. Fleetwood (Tuesday, 7.45pm)

Peterborough United manager Darren Ferguson reacts on April 7, 2024© Reuters

Aiming to keep their faint hopes of automatic promotion alive, Peterborough United will welcome relegation-threatened Fleetwood Town to Weston Homes Stadium on Tuesday night in League One.

Posh suffered a humiliating five-goal defeat at in-form Oxford United on Saturday afternoon, whilst the Cod Army secured a much-needed maximum over Northampton Town.

We say: Peterborough United 2-1 Fleetwood Town


After Saturday's disappointment at Oxford, Peterborough cannot afford any more slip ups in the race for automatic promotion, starting against League Two-bound Fleetwood on Tuesday.

The Cod Army were relatively-comfortable victors over Northampton last time out, but we do not envisage Adam's men making it back-to-back results at Weston Homes Stadium.

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TeamPWDLFAGDPTS
CPortsmouth462813578413797
3Bolton WanderersBolton462512986513587
4Peterborough UnitedPeterborough462591289612884
5Oxford UnitedOxford Utd4622111379562377
6Barnsley4621131282641876
7Lincoln CityLincoln4620141265402574
8Blackpool4621101565481773
9Stevenage4619141357461171
10Wycombe WanderersWycombe461714156055565
11Leyton Orient461811175355-265
12Wigan AthleticWigan462010166356762
13Exeter CityExeter461710194661-1561
14Northampton TownNorthampton46179205766-960
15Bristol Rovers46169215268-1657
16Charlton AthleticCharlton461120156465-153
17Reading461611196870-253
18Cambridge UnitedCambridge461212223961-2248
19Shrewsbury TownShrewsbury46139243567-3248
20Burton Albion461210243967-2846
RCheltenham TownCheltenham46128264165-2444
RFleetwood TownFleetwood461013234972-2343
RPort Vale461011254174-3341
RCarlisle UnitedCarlisle4679304181-4030


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