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Nottingham – Swansea Predictions and Tips For Today

Nottingham - Swansea PredictionsFree Daily Soccer Betting Tips for Today, April 30, 2022.
Kick-off: 15:00 (GMT+1)
EVENT: Nottingham – Swansea
TIPS: Home Win | Odds: 1.59@1xbet | Result: 5:1 WIN!!!

Nottingham – Swansea PREVIEW

  • The automatic promotion race is hotting up, and third-placed Nottingham Forest are at the heart of that battle as they chase down second-placed Bournemouth with three games remaining. The two sides meet on the south coast on Tuesday, but in the meantime Forest have the visit of Swansea to prepare for and a six-match winning home league run to preserve.
  • Forest have scored 2+ goals in each of their nine home league games in 2022 so far (W8, D1) and an aggregate scoreline of 24-4 across those matches highlights that Steve Cooper’s side are equally as impressive in defence as they are in attack. No one has breached Forest’s water-tight back-line in 330 minutes of home league action, leaving Cooper knowing one goal may be enough to down his former employers.
  • Swansea may believe they’re the side to breach that Forest rearguard after netting a whopping 12 goals in their last four away league games (W3, D1). Goals don’t guarantee results though, as mid-table Swansea have found out the hard way across their last three league games. They were twice forced to settle for a draw after surrendering a three-goal lead, with one of those matches being the 4-4 draw on their last away outing against Reading.
  • A top-half finish could still be on the cards for Swansea though, who are going in search of successive away league wins at the City Ground for the first time in history. The Swans’ away record against the other teams in the top-six this season could prove to be a psychological stumbling block in search of that record though, as Russell Martin’s side are yet to win an away league game against any such side (D2, L3).
  • Players to watch: Brennan Johnson has been Forest’s talisman of late, registering eight goal involvements (G4, A4) across his last seven games, whilst Michael Obafemi has helped himself to five goals across Swansea’s last four away league matches.
  • Hot stat: Swansea have failed to score at half-time in 15 of their 22 away league games this season.