All posts tagged with: Lee Angol

Colchester v Mansfield: expect goals

Following news that Mansfield boss Steve Evans has dismissed speculation linking him with Gillingham, attention turns to on-field matters. In this Saturday’s trip to Colchester United, the Stags have the chance to pick up a second away win of the season that could take them into the top seven. Their confidence should be lifted by… Read more →

Peterborough v Oxford: play-off hopes over?

Recent defeats have effectively ended Peterborough and Oxford’s outside play-off hopes. Posh chairman Darragh MacAnthony said in pre-season that anything other than promotion is a failure. Although this blog’s prediction of 17th is also some way off, most will classify this as another disappointing season. Peterborough United have failed to score in six of their last ten and controversially… Read more →

QPR v Reading: underwhelming seasons

Both of these teams have had disappointing campaigns, largely due to a struggle for goals. Excluding January leavers Charlie Austin and Nick Blackman, no striker for QPR or Reading has scored more than six Championship goals. The highest scoring forward on the pitch will be Sebastian Polter, who himself is not the most technically accomplished. There… Read more →