Sutton vs Exeter England – League Two Date: Saturday, 1 January 2022 Kick-off at 14:00 UK / 15:00 CET Venue: Gander Green Lane (London).
With 3 points apart Sutton United is at the 4th spot in the zone for League Two Play Offs while Exeter City come into this match after 2 consecutive losses. The visitors are also a spot away from landing into the Play Off zone with their 4th loss happened in the last game and therefore hopes to turn the tables as they take a road trip to Gander Green Lane this Saturday.
Sutton vs Exeter Head-to-head
They have met only once in League Two and has never crossed paths in any of the competitions so far.
That meeting in September ended in 2-0 in favour of Exeter.
An own goal from Ben Goodliffe made the opening score sheet for Exeter.
Sutton vs Exeter Prediction
The Yellows is in the zone for Play Offs at the 4th position on the table with 36 points. Of the 22 matches played, they won on 11 games while drawing on 3 and losing on 8 other occasions. Their total goals to conceding ratio stands at 33:27 which shows that they concede more often and needs an improvement in defense.
Matt Gray’s Sutton United have managed to score a combined total of 8 times over their prior 6 fixtures. After a 2-2 draw against Bradford City, they gained a 1-0 win against Harrogate before Christmas.
The Grecians is at the 8th spot, which is just below the Play Off zone on the table with 33 points. They won 8 times in the league while drawing on 9 and losing on 4 other occasions. They have scored 32 in total while conceding a sum of 24 from the 21 games played so far.
Exeter City have been scored against in 6 of their last 6 games, seeing opposing sides hit 9 goals in all. Their poor defensive structure have cost their last 2 games losing to Northampton and Tranmere by conceding 3 goals in total.
The visitors have only won 3 out of the last 10 away games meanwhile Sutton United is in a good form in the league winning 7 home games at the Gander Green Lane. We anticipate a narrow win for the hosts as the guests are more pressured between the two since losing 3 out of the past 4 League Two schedules.