Our prediction for this League 1 match:
After suffering a heart-breaking 4-0 loss to Sunderland at the weekend, Wycombe Wanderers will be looking to regain top position in the League One standings when they host Rochdale at their Adams Park on Matchday 28. The Chairboys impressed in the first half of the season, but the team’s current form is anything but promising. Seeing that Wycombe are on a five-game winless run in the League One, home win should not be considered.
You should bear in mind that the hosts will be without injured USA international Giles Phillips against Rochdale. The Dale aim to take advantage of the situation in the Wycombe dressing room, and the fact that they outplayed the likes of Accrington Stanley and Bolton Wanderers in the previous two league fixtures are surely giving fans a reason for optimism ahead of the trip to Buckinghamshire. Anyhow, we predict that the visitors are going to grab something from the match against the out-of-form hosts.
Highlighted Player (Fred Onyedinma):
Fred Onyedinma is a Nigerian footballer who plays for Wycombe Wanderers in the League One. Onyedinma is a product of Millwall football school and he continued playing for the Lions at senior level. The 185-cm tall midfielder scored 8 goals in 120 appearances for the capital club in the league before joining Wycombe Wanderers.
Fred Onyedinma played 46 games as a loan player for the Wanderers before signing a permanent deal with the club in July 2019. The Nigerian footballer penned the three-year contract for an undisclosed fee. His main position is right midfielder, but he is used as both attacking and left midfielder as well. He has a contract with Wycombe Wanderers which should expire in the summer of 2022.
Fred Onyedinma scored 4 goals in 21 appearances for the club in the 2018/2019 League One season. The Nigerian player was born in Lagos on November24, 1996.
Highlighted Team (Rochdale):
Nicknamed the Dale, Rochdale are a professional English club that compete in the League One (English third tier). Rochdale were founded back in 1907, after World War I, with the team beating Accrington Stanley 6-3 in their first league game 14 years later.
The Dale wear blue shirts with black stripes and blue shorts when playing at home, whilst gray is the dominant colour of their away kit. Spotland Stadium is the club’s home ground, with the venue holding no more than 10,249 spectators. Bury and Oldham Athletic are considered the club’s fiercest rivals, but they have built up rivalries with the likes of Halifax Town, Burnley, Stockport County, Wigan Athletic and Accrington Stanley as well.
Back in 1962 Rochdale made it to the Football League Cup final, with the team facing Norwich City in the title game. The Canaries proved to be a big catch for the Dale, but this is still considered the club’s biggest success. It has to be noted that the Spotland Stadium outfit have three Lancashire Cup titles as well (1948/1949, 1970/1971, 2004/2005).