Barrow (@2.0) vs Hartlepool (@3.3)
03-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Barrow will win

Barrow – Hartlepool Match Prediction | 03-09-2019 14:45

These facts should all be considered to place a successful bet on this match. By clicking on the team names you can examine the teams on their actual form in particular. The match preview to the football match BARROW vs HARTLEPOOL in the Conference National of England compares both teams and includes match predictions the latest matches of the teams, the match facts, head to head (h2h), goal statistics, table standings, match strengths and at least a computer calculated match prediction.

These facts should all be considered to place a successful bet on this match. By clicking on the team names you can examine the teams on their actual form in particular. The match preview to the football match BARROW vs HARTLEPOOL UNITED in the Conference National of England compares both teams and includes match predictions the latest matches of the teams, the match facts, head to head (h2h), goal statistics, table standings, match strengths and at least a computer calculated match prediction.

However, a good start to the season has led their fans to believe they may finally be ready to bounce back and they have the opportunity to continue their good form when they welcome Barrow to Victoria Park. It has been a difficult few years for Hartlepool United as they have suffered relegation out of the Football League for the first time in their history and have had financial problems to boot.

Hartlepool vs Barrow Predictions, Betting Tips and Match Previews

Although the hosts are looking pretty good at the moment, there was little evidence of what was to come in the first few matches as they drew three and lost one of their opening four matches. However, they have since put a run of four straight victories together and are just two points from the top of the table. One thing which will be of a concern however, is the fact that Pool have seen both teams score in six of their eight outings in the league so far.

However, they have since put a run of four straight victories together and are just two points from the top of the table. One thing which will be of a concern however, is the fact that Pool have seen both teams score in six of their eight outings in the league so far. Although the hosts are looking pretty good at the moment, there was little evidence of what was to come in the first few matches as they drew three and lost one of their opening four matches.

Barrow boss Ian Evatt has several players sidelined long-term at the moment but The Bluebirds did not pick up any fresh injury concerns during Saturdays home defeat to Solihull Moors. Matthew Elsdon, Brian Wilson, Jacob Blyth and Rhys Turner are all still on the Holker Street treatment table and wont be part of squad which travels to the North-East.

Hartlepool should prove to be too strong for their opposition in this match but it is hard to ignore how frequently they have conceded this term. Pool also have to contend with a side who have seen both teams hit the back of the net in half of their matches so far, so we think backing them both to score is the way to go in this fixture.

Hartlepool Team News

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Matthew Bates will have to run the rule over midfielder Michael Woods after he was forced off with a dead leg during the second half of Saturdays win at Havant & Waterlooville. Luke Williams is moving closer to making a debut after missing the last three games through illness and skipper Andrew Davies is now stepping up his recovery from an ankle ligament problem but he is still around two to three weeks away from a return to action.

It has been a difficult few years for Hartlepool United as they have suffered relegation out of the Football League for the first time in their history and have had financial problems to boot. However, a good start to the season has led their fans to believe they may finally be ready to bounce back and they have the opportunity to continue their good form when they welcome Barrow to Victoria Park.