When Port Vale hosts Accrington Stanley on Saturday, they will be seeking for a comeback after a run of three straight victory was snapped by Bristol Rovers last weekend.
The visitors are now in 19th place in League One, while the home team is in 11th, despite having lost just once in five games overall.
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Port Vale vs Accrington Stanley Tips and Prediction
Port Vale had a run of three straight victories in meaningful games, but they fell short against Bristol Rovers last Saturday.
Prior to Aaron Collins’ 87th-minute winner, which sent Port Vale to a 1-0 loss, their away game against the Gas appeared to be headed for a goalless draw.
The Valiants had hoped to respond throughout the week, but because their EFL Trophy match against Salford City was postponed, they now have plenty of time to concentrate on Saturday’s encounter.
Since there are only two points separating them from the playoff slots, Darrell Clarke’s club is aware that a victory over Accrington might help them improve on their present position and take them closer to the top six.
Given that they have won both of their past two League One home games, they will undoubtedly be optimistic that they can earn three points.
At the opposite end of the table, Accrington are trying to get out of the bottom four while the Valiants are aiming for the playoffs.
They presently have a five-game unbeaten streak across all competitions, despite the fact that they are only one point away from the bottom-half of the table.
Although Accrington’s league match against Portsmouth was postponed last Saturday, they kept up their outstanding run of results by defeating Burton Albion 4-2 in the EFL Trophy the following week.
Accrington managed to go to the quarterfinals despite falling behind twice, thanks to goals from Joe Pritchard, Tommy Leigh, and a pair from Harvey Rodgers.
Although Accrington has had a generally encouraging season, they have only won one of their last nine league games despite collecting four points from their last two League One contests.
We believe that Accrington will be able to hold Port Vale to a draw on Saturday despite the fact that they have struggled in the league this season. They presently have five competitive games without a loss.