Port Vale vs Swindon Town on 19 May 22 - Match CentreSwindon Town will be looking to get the job done when they take on Port Vale in the Second-Leg of the EFL Sky Bet League Two Playoff Semi-Final at Vale Park this evening. Kick-Off is at 7:45pm and the game will be televised live on Sky Sports. Ben Garner's team take a slender 2-1 advantage into tonight after two goals from Harry McKirdy won the First-Leg on Sunday, but a late goal from James Wilson has ensured that Vale are still very much in this tie.
Preview: Port Vale vs. Forest Green - prediction, team newsSports Mole previews Saturday's League One clash between Port Vale and Forest Green Rovers, including predictions, team news and possible lineups. Two of the sides promoted from League Two last season face off at Vale Park this Saturday, when Port Vale host Forest Green Rovers. Forest Green were crowned champions to reach this level for the first time, while Port Vale were victorious at Wembley in the playoff final, but survival in League One is on the agenda for both sides currently.
Forest Green vs Port Vale H2H Stats Record & ResultsDomestic League Stats For Forest Green v Port Vale Av Goals Scored Per Game 1. 19 1. 35 Av Goals Scored Per Game Home 0. 94 1. 56 Av Goals Scored Per Game Away 1. 42 1. 16 Av Goals Against Per Game 1. 11 Av Goals Against Per Game Home 1. 29 0. 83 Av Goals Against Per Game Away 0. 95 1. 53 Av 1st Goal Scored Time 46m 40m Av 1st Goal Scored Time Home 56m 38m Av 1st Goal Scored Time Away 39m 43m Av 1st Goal Against Time 35m Av 1st Goal Against Time Home 29m 33m Av 1st Goal Against Time Away 42m 47m Goals Scored 0-15' Mins 4 9 Goals Scored 15-30' Mins 5 6 Goals Scored 30-45' Mins 7 Goals Scored 45-60' Mins 10 Goals Scored 60-75' Mins 13 Goals Scored 75-90' Mins 12 Forest Green vs Port Vale Head-to-Head Date Comp Home Score Away Stats 2022-02-01 League Two Port Vale 1-1 Forest Green 2021-08-28 0-2 2021-01-16 2020-12-15 2020-02-11 2-3 2019-08-20 2-1 2019-03-23 2018-09-08 2018-01-06 1-0 2017-09-16 2012-11-03 FA Cup Recent Transfers By Forest Green Transfer Player Name Other Team Type Out O.
Following such an impressive victory at the weekend, Clarke may opt for an unchanged starting XI here at Vale Park. Port Vale possible starting lineup:Stevens; Smith, Forrester, Jones; Massey, Walker, Conlon, McCarron, Garrity; Wilson, Harrison Forest Green Rovers possible starting lineup:McGee; Marques, Casey, Cargill; O'Keeffe, Stevenson, Hendry, Little, Boyes; Wickham, March We say: Port Vale 2-1 Forest Green Rovers Port Vale have won three of their last five games, including that impressive win at Pride Park last weekend, and while they may not have the most potent attack, they face a Forest Green side who have been very generous in giving up goals.
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Defender Jordan Taylor-Moore also missed out in midweek following a minor injury picked up against Bolton Wanderers, as Oliver Casey took his place in the starting lineup alongside Baily Cargill, who started just his second game since August. Sheffield United loanee Harry Boyes made his first appearance for the club in midweek as a second-half substitute after injury had disrupted his pre-season, and he could replace Kyle McAllister as a more natural option at left wing-back. Midfielder Reece Brown was substituted after just 13 minutes on Tuesday so may miss out here, and Udoka Godwin-Malife is the other current injury absentee for Forest Green this weekend.
There should be another electric atmosphere and the Reds will be motivated to get the job done and secure a trip to Wembley in the Playoff Final. Let's get you set for the game... LAST TIME WE MET Two goals from Harry McKirdy put Town firmly in the driving seat in the First-Leg of the Playoff Semi-Final on Sunday at The County Ground, but James Wilson struck late on for the visitors to leave this tie in the balance. TICKET NEWS Town have sold out of their allocation, so please don't travel if you have a ticket. The Legends Lounge will be open at The County Ground from 7pm tonight, where the game will be shown live. TEAM NEWS Town have no fresh injury concerns from Sunday and will be good to go heading into tonight's Second-Leg.
Port Vale vs Forest Green Rovers: Live Score, Stream and H2H results 10/15/2022. Preview match Port Vale vs Forest Green Rovers, team, start time. Tribuna. comEngland. League One15 Matchday, Stadium: Vale ParkStatisticsPossessionShots on targetShots off targetFoulsCorner kicksFree kicksOffsidesGame eventsHead - to - HeadLast 11 gamesPort Vale4WinsForest Green Rovers2WinsEFL League Two. Tuesday, 1 February, 2022EFL League Two. Saturday, 28 August, 2021EFL League Two. Saturday, 16 January, 2021All matchesLatest matches Port ValeEngland. League One. Saturday, 8 October, 2022England. Saturday, 1 October, 2022England. Saturday, 24 September, 2022Football League Trophy. Tuesday, 20 September, 2022England. Saturday, 17 September, 2022Latest matches Forest Green RoversEngland. Tuesday, 11 October, 2022England. League OneStadium: Vale ParkAssistants: Stephen Wade, K.
Match preview © Reuters Despite winning their first game of the season away at Bristol Rovers, it has all gone downhill for Forest Green since then, as their introduction to the third tier has been somewhat of a baptism of fire. This is down to the fact they have taken some heavy beatings already in the first 13 games of the season, as a 4-1 defeat at Peterborough United in midweek has followed on from 4-0 and 5-0 defeats to Exeter City and Sheffield Wednesday respectively.
Darrell Clarke has a few injury concerns for this tie, as Port Vale will remain without Belgian midfielder Funso Ojo and striker Jamie Proctor as they continue to recover from hamstring and hip injuries respectively. However, two players close to returning are Harry Charsley and Rory Holden, and even though neither were regular starters at the beginning of the season, Port Vale now have six games in 16 days, so will need as many reinforcements at their disposal as possible.
ONE TO WATCH Jamie Proctor came on as a sub during the First-Leg and made his presence felt, playing a role in James Wilson's goal while proving to be a threat inside the box. Given the importance of tonight's game, it would be surprising if Proctor didn't start given that he would give Vale more of an aerial threat inside the box, and that should be their main approach as they look to get back into this tie early. A WORD FROM THE TOWN CAMP Ben Garner, Swindon Town Head Coach: "Our mentality needs to be good and we need to show our quality as well. "Our mindset is that we would hope that they would have to weather a storm from us at the start of the game. "We want to start on the front foot.
Therefore, it is no surprise to see that Forest Green have the leakiest defence in the division so far, conceding on average over two goals per game. Another cause for concern is the fact they are one of just two sides in the bottom nine who do not have a game in hand, and while they are already in the relegation zone, sides around them could pick up points to cut them even further adrift without Rovers even playing. They will be hugely grateful to Connor Wickham too that they are not in deeper trouble, as he has accounted for five of their 12 league goals so far, and those goals have been worth five points to the team, so without him they would be sitting bottom, and someway adrift of safety.
Their inconsistency is highlighted from the fact that the win over Derby came after back-to-back to defeats, and their record of four wins, three draws and five defeats suggests that mid-table beckons, but having only just been promoted, finding stability at this level will be more than welcome. Port Vale League One form: Port Vale form (all competitions): Forest Green Rovers League One form: Forest Green Rovers form (all competitions): Team News Wickham missed Forest Green's trip to Peterborough on Tuesday with a knock picked up last weekend, and with their two key attacking threats from last season, Mathew Stevens and Jamille Matt, also out injured, manager Ian Burchnall will need Wickham back for the trip to Stoke-on-Trent.
Meanwhile, Port Vale's inconsistency means they are still looking both up the table and over their shoulder as they have become marooned in mid-table following a mix of wins, draws, and losses. However, they enjoyed a brilliant win away at Derby County last time out to edge themselves further away from danger, with the influential Ellis Harrison on target again. The Welshman netted his sixth goal of the season, which put him in a tie for fourth in the goalscoring charts, as he has now scored exactly half of Port Vale's goals in League One this campaign.
Rovers have won just one of their last six in League One, conceding 14 in the process, and their only away league win of the season came back in July on the opening day so they may struggle again here on the road. For data analysis of the most likely results, scorelines and more for this match please click here. Top tip Our expert tipster partners at Sporita.
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