Forest Green Rovers F.C.
Forest Green Rovers Football Club are a professional football club based in Nailsworth, Gloucestershire, England
Forest Green Rovers F.C. is an English able football club based in the apple of Nailsworth, Gloucestershire. The club was founded in 1889 and has a continued and appreciative history, although it is conceivably best accepted today for its charge to sustainability and environmentalism.
Forest Green Rovers F.C. currently comedy in League Two, the fourth bank of English football. The club's home arena is The New Lawn, which has a accommodation of aloof over 5,000 spectators.
In contempo years, Forest Green Rovers F.C. has acquired all-embracing absorption for its avant-garde and environmentally affable access to active a football club. The club has been accustomed as the greenest football club in the world, and has taken a cardinal of accomplish to abate its carbon brand and advance sustainability.
For example, The New Lawn amphitheater is powered by renewable activity sources, including solar panels and a wind turbine. The club has additionally alien a vegan-only card for both players and fans, and has encouraged agents and supporters to use acceptable busline options, such as cycling or carpooling.
Despite its focus on sustainability, Forest Green Rovers F.C. has additionally accomplished notable success on the angle in contempo years. The club won advance to League Two in 2017, and has back accustomed itself as a aggressive force in the division.
Forest Green Rovers F.C. is additionally accepted for its charge to adolescence development, and has invested heavily in its academy arrangement in contempo years. The club has produced a cardinal of accomplished adolescent players who accept gone on to comedy at the accomplished levels of English football.
Overall, Forest Green Rovers F.C. is a different and forward-thinking football club that is committed to authoritative a absolute appulse both on and off the pitch. Its avant-garde access to sustainability and environmentalism has becoming it a all-around following, and it is broadly admired as one of the best agitative and accelerating football clubs in the world.
Sheffield Wednesday lost their spot at the top of League One this week after their 4-2 defeat at Barnsley on Tuesday night. However, they’re just two points behind Plymouth and Darren Moore’s men also boast two games in hand.
They were held to a draw against Bolton before the Barnsley defeat but they’d won six of their last seven league games prior to that.
Wednesday know they need to bounce back if they are to secure automatic promotion to the Championship and they’ve got the perfect opportunity against Duncan Ferguson’s Forest Green Rovers.
The home side are bottom of the league having won five of their 37 games this season. They’ve lost four of their last five and they conceded 12 times in that period.
Sheffield Wednesday to Win isn’t worth getting behind at the odds so we’re backing Sheffield Wednesday -1 on the Handicap.
BOTH TEAMS TO SCORE: NO
We’ve mentioned we’re fully behind Wednesday and we’re classing the Barnsley defeat as a one-off.
Before that loss and Bolton draw, Moore’s side had won three in a row with the scoreline finishing 1-0.
The Owls will be hoping to get back to that form against the worst side in League One. Both Teams to Score: No makes plenty of sense.
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OVER 2.5 GOALS
We’re on Sheffield Wednesday on the -1 Handicap, meaning we need them to win by two goals, so putting Over 2.5 Goals in our Bet Builder seems a bit of a no brainer.
Their games average 2.7 goals and Moore’s men have netted an impressive 64 goals in their 36 outings this season. Forest Green, meanwhile, have conceded a league-high 71 goals this campaign.
Sheffield Wednesday hammered Forest Green 5-0 at the start of the season and with Moore set to demand a response from his side, don’t be surprised if they come out firing.
LEE GREGORY TO SCORE ANYTIME
Wednesday were without Josh Windass for the Barnsley loss after he was forced off in the Bolton draw. They miss their star man, however, Lee Gregory has stepped up in recent weeks.
He netted a brace in the week to take his season tally to eight goals. He’s had seven shots in his last two games when in the starting XI and he looks a great shout to add to that against FGR.
We’re on Gregory to Score Anytime, however, if he doesn’t start then take Michael Smith to get on the scoresheet instead.
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