Ebbsfleet United Vs Fleetwood Town Match Review    

Ebbsfleet United Vs Fleetwood Town Match Review    

November 26, 2022 Sports Match

Ebbsfleet United Vs Fleetwood Town Match Review

In their second round FA Cup matchup against Fleetwood Town on Sunday, National League South team Ebbsfleet will be looking to pull off a massive shock.

To advance to this round, Fleetwood defeated Oxford City, while Ebbsfleet defeated Halifax Town in the previous round.

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Ebbsfleet United Vs Fleetwood Town Betting  odds

Team Bet365 Betway 1xbet

Ebbsfleet United

3.10 3.00 2.99

Fleetwood Town

2.25 2.31 2.30

Ebbsfleet United Vs Fleetwood Town Tips and Prediction

Ebbsfleet hopes to achieve greater success this time around after narrowly missing out on promotion to the National League last season after falling to Dorking Wanderers in the play-off semifinals.

The Fleet have been stuck in the sixth tier of English football since their relegation three seasons ago, but they are currently leading the National League South table on goal differential after 17 games. The Fleet were previously owned by MyFootballClub between 2008 and 2013, where members could vote on player transfers, budgets, ticket prices, etc.

But in the meanwhile, Dennis Kutrieb, who last managed Ebbsfleet when they fell to Aston Villa in the FA Cup semifinals, will be looking to make history by becoming just the third manager in the club’s history to advance to the third round or beyond.

Inflicting a shock loss on a team playing in the division three divisions above them in the English football pyramid could only boost the morale of his players and the club’s finances, even though Kutrieb’s main focus this season will be on promotion.

While all is going on, Fleetwood will be trying to defeat Ebbsfleet on Sunday in order to go to the third round of the FA Cup for the fifth time in seven seasons.

Scott Brown will be attempting to do that as manager of the Fishermen this season since despite being a Football League team for more than ten years, the squad has never advanced above that point.

After 19 games, the former Scotland and Celtic midfielder has led Fleetwood to an eight-point lead over danger in League One. He was hired throughout the summer, Considering that they barely managed to survive last season on goal differential, this is a respectable accomplishment.

While Brown’s major concern in the upcoming weeks will be maintaining his team’s healthy distance from the relegation zone, he will also be anxious for his players to avoid being on the losing end of what would be a potentially catastrophic defeat at Stonebridge Road.


We expect Ebbsleet to give Fleetwood a good fight on Sunday given their strong league performance thus far this year.

Due to this, we believe the visitors may need to invite their opponents back to Highbury Stadium for a repeat despite the fact that these teams are in three different categories.