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- 72% of Vissel Kobe's matches had under 2.5 goals in total.
- Vissel Kobe have scored 62% of their goals away.
- Vissel Kobe have scored 33% of their goals after the 75th minute.
- Yokohama FC conceded at least 1 goal in 100% of their away matches.
- 86% of Yokohama FC's points have been earned at home.
- Yokohama FC have conceded the opening goal in 79% of their matches.
- Yokohama FC were losing at halftime in 68% of their matches.
- Yokohama FC have lost 74% of their matches.
- Yokohama FC have lost 89% of their away matches.
- Yokohama FC have failed to win in their last 9 away matches.
Vissel Kobe have owned recent games in front of their own supporters, winning five of the last seven in the J1 League and suffering just a single defeat in the previous ten. Yokohama FC don’t exactly have the best of form on the road either, with Yokohama FC suffering four defeats in six top-flight trips of late.
Although Vissel Kobe are more than capable of putting most opposition to the sword in the J1 League, particularly on their own patch, it is notable that nine of their previous 11 home games have served up under 3.5 goals. This has also been the case in 11 of the last 13 Yokohama FC away matches at this level, so don’t expect a cricket score in this contest.
Over the course of their last 15 away matches at the top table of the J1 League, Yokohama FC have been involved in just a couple of encounters in which the net has bulged at both ends. Given that Vissel Kobe have pitched a shutout in 13 of their most recent 20 J1 League home games, it would come as a surprise were they not to repeat the trick in this clash.
Yokohama F. Marinos are one of four teams in with a genuine chance of landing the J1 League title, with their cause being significantly aided by a run of seven consecutive victories, including at fierce rivals last time out. Sagan Tosu, on the other hand, have suffered four defeats in five J1 League trips recently, losing three times along the way.
Yokohama F. Marinos actually got off to an entertaining start when their coach picked up the managerial reins, but it is noticeable that nine of their last ten J1 League matches on home soil have produced three goals or fewer. What’s more, this has also been the case in eight of the last nine Sagan Tosu away games at this elite domestic level.
Hitting the back of the net has proven relatively straightforward for Sagan Tosu on their top-flight travels recently, with the coach charges doing so 17 times in 18 trips. Given that Yokohama F. Marinos have scored in ten of their previous 10 home matches at the top table of the J1 League, it would come as a surprise to see either keeper emerge with a clean sheet.
- Vegalta Sendai conceded at least 1 goal in 71% of their home matches.
- Vegalta Sendai have failed to score in 43% of their home matches.
- Vegalta Sendai have scored 67% of their goals away.
- 73% of Vegalta Sendai's goals have been scored in the second half.
- Vegalta Sendai have scored 33% of their goals after the 75th minute.
- Shimizu S-Pulse have scored 27% of their goals in the first 15 minutes.
- 39% of Shimizu S-Pulse's conceded goals occurred after the 75th minute.
Nine wins from their previous 11 home games in the J1 League suggests that Vegalta Sendai are a force to be reckoned with on their own patch, and they need to keep on winning in order to maintain their bid for promotion. Shimizu S, meanwhile, are battling to beat the drop, which is not surprising when you consider that they have suffered nine defeats in their last 13 matches.
When Shimizu S come calling at the top table of the J1 League, under 2.5 goals tends to follow, with this being the case in 17 of their last 19 away matches, including in nine on the bounce of late. As for Vegalta Sendai, 14 of their previous 19 home games at this level have also produced two goals or fewer, including a win and a draw against these opponents.
At least one of the two goalkeepers has emerged with a clean sheet from each of the previous five Vegalta Sendai matches in the J1 League, so there is no reason to see this pattern changing against Shimizu S. One reason for this is that it has also been the case in each of the Toffees’ last three away games at this level, so both teams are on the same page.
- Tokushima V. conceded at least 1 goal in 75% of their home matches.
- 67% of FC Tokyo's conceded goals were conceded at home.
Irrespective of who has been in charge, Tokushima home record has made for some dreadful reading in recent times, with the Tokushima suffering a staggering 13 defeats in the J1 League matches. This should be music to the ears of a FC Tokyo side that has triumphed four times in five trips at this level of late, with one of those wins.
Thrilling encounters have been few and far between at home stadium of late, with no more than a couple of goals being netted in ten of the previous 11 Tokushima home games in the J1 League. This has also been the case in 11 of the most recent 18 FC Tokyo away fixtures at this level, so supporters should brace themselves for another low-scoring clash.
Over the course of their previous 13 matches in the J1 League second-tier, FC Tokyo have been involved in a staggering 11 encounters in which at least one of the two goalkeepers has kept a clean sheet. Even more amazingly, perhaps, Tokushima boast exactly the same record, so it would come as a major surprise were both teams to find the net in this clash.
- Oita Trinita conceded at least 1 goal in 89% of their home matches.
- 75% of Oita Trinita's points have been earned at home.
- Oita Trinita have conceded the opening goal in 76% of their matches.
- Oita Trinita have scored 33% of their goals in the first 15 minutes.
- 31% of Oita Trinita's conceded goals occurred after the 75th minute.
- Kashima Antlers have scored in each of their last 13 matches.
- Kashima Antlers have scored in 88% of their away matches.
- Kashima Antlers have scored in each of their last 7 away matches.
- 38% of Kashima Antlers's conceded goals occurred after the 75th minute.
Kashima Antlers may have been struggling somewhat on their own patch of late, but the Kashima Antlers have endured no such difficulties on the road, collecting ten points from a possible 15. Having lost seven of their last nine home games at this level, Oita Trinita can only dream of such impressive form, and it is easy to see why Oita Trinita find themselves less better.
Oita Trinita have proven extremely inconsistent on their own patch of late, winning three, drawing four and losing three of their previous ten J1 League matches, yet all of these contests have served up under 3.5 goals. Not only that, but nine of the last 10 Kashima Antlers away games at this level have also produced three goals or fewer.
It has been quite unusual to see both teams on target in recent Oita Trinita home matches, with this being the case in just six of their previous 19 games in the league. What’s more, Kashima Antlers have either failed to score or kept a clean sheet in each of their last four away matches at this level, so it would come as a surprise were the net to bulge at both ends here.
- Taraz have failed to win in their last 8 matches.
- Taraz conceded at least 1 goal in each of their last 10 matches.
- Taraz have failed to score in 43% of their home matches.
- Taraz have scored 63% of their goals in the first half.
- Taraz have lost their last 3 home matches.
- Arys did not concede any goal in 57% of their away matches.
- 62% of Arys's points have been earned away.
- Arys have been undefeated in their last 4 away matches.
- Arys did not concede any goal in their last 4 away matches.
- 32% of Arys's conceded goals occurred after the 75th minute.
Turan would love nothing better than to dent the promotion bid of their rivals, but a 15-game winless run on their second-tier travels, including five defeats on the bounce, suggests that such a result is likely to prove beyond them. As for Taraz, they have enjoyed eight wins in their last nine matches in front of their own supporters at this level.
Turan have not been the most entertaining of sides to watch recently, as seven of their previous ten matches in the Premier League have served up no more than a couple of successful strikes. Under 2.5 goals has also been the order of the day in five consecutive Taraz home games at this level, with the net bulging just four times across these contests.
It has been quite unusual to see both teams on target in recent Taraz home matches, with this being the case in just six of their previous 19 games in the league. What’s more, Turan have either failed to score or kept a clean sheet in each of their last four away matches at this level, so it would come as a surprise were the net to bulge at both ends here.
- Kaisar K. conceded at least 1 goal in 88% of their home matches.
- Kaisar K. have lost 62% of their home matches.
- Kaisar K. have failed to win in their last 5 home matches.
- Kaisar K. have scored 35% of their goals after the 75th minute.
- Tobol have been undefeated in their last 8 matches.
- Tobol have scored in each of their last 16 matches.
- Tobol have scored in 100% of their away matches.
- 71% of Tobol's points have been earned at home.
- Tobol have scored the opening goal in 81% of their matches.
- Tobol have scored in each of their last 7 away matches.
To say that Kaisar Kyzylorda come into this contest in poor form would be somewhat of an understatement, with the La Liga strugglers suffering 11 defeats in their previous 15 top-flight matches. Although Tobol have not been firing on all cylinders this season, the fact remains that the Tobol have enjoyed eight wins in their last 11 fixtures at this level.
Over the course of their last 20 matches in the league, Kaisar Kyzylorda have been involved in no fewer than 19 encounters containing under 3.5 goals. Interestingly, this has also been the case in 17 of the most recent 20 Tobol away games in the Premier League, so any deviation from this script would come as a surprise when the two teams meet.
Over the course of their previous 18 matches at this elite level of the Premier League, Kaisar Kyzylorda have been involved in no fewer than 14 contests in which at least one of the two goalkeepers has emerged with a clean sheet. This has also been the case in 16 of the last 19 Tobol away games in the top-flight, so don’t expect the net to bulge at both ends in this encounter.
Home matches has not exactly been a fortress for Ilves in recent times, with Ilves suffering four defeats in their previous five top-flight home matches. As if that wasn’t a worrying enough statistic on its own, it should also be pointed out that title-chasing Inter Turku are currently on an severyal winnings against their rivals in the Veikkausliiga.
Inter Turku are on a roll when it comes to their involvement in the Veikkausliiga matches containing over 2.5 goals, with 21 in a row subscribing to this particular scoring model. This has also been the case in 18 of the last 21 second-tier fixtures involving Ilves, so the deadlock should be broken at some point in this late-season clash.
The net tends to bulge at both ends when Inter Turku come calling in the Veikkausliiga, with this being the case in 16 of their most recent 21 away matches, including in 1-1 and 2-2 draws against these opponents last season. Speaking of Ilves, 18 of their previous 21 top-flight home fixtures have also seen neither goalkeeper emerge with a clean sheet.
90 minutes from the end of the group stage, Group E is certainly one of the most open and indecipherable: all four teams, in fact, still harbor hopes of qualification and the intertwining is truly manifold. In short, anything can still happen and the sentences could also be sensational, such as the simultaneous elimination of Spain and Poland, the two national teams that were theoretically the favorites of the group. Today, however, Sweden are in first place in the partial standings and Slovakia in second, with Spain having to win to be sure to move forward and Poland having to play all their chances against the leaders. In short, not an easy situation for Poles to manage .
For Sweden, it is important to report the return of young and promising Bologna midfielder Svanberg (22), who missed the first 2 matches due to a positive Covid-19 test. Since the start of the Euro, Swedish players have not shown themselves in their best light except for striker Isak (24 sel, 6 goals). The Real Sociedad player has yet to score but he is the most moving offensive element. He will be associated with veteran Berg (34; 88 sel, 24 goals) unless substitute Quaison, who won the penalty against Slovakia, is established. The playmaker Forsberg (60 sel, 10 goals) scored, from the penalty spot, the only goal of the Swedes in this Euro. Very solid behind, the team can count on the fine performances of goalkeeper Olsen and central hinge Lindelöf - Danielson. Poland can count on the return of suspension of the important midfielder Krychowiak (81 sel). Expelled during the first day against Slovakia, he should regain his place in the midfield and be associated with the most creative Klich (33 sel, Leeds).
On the other hand, the Moder midfielder (12 sel) started during the last outing could be dismissed due to knee pain. Robert Lewandowski is obviously the guide of this selection. Little in sight against the Slovaks, he scored the equalizer goal against Spain last Saturday. His 67th achievement in the Aigles Blancs jersey in 121 selections. In support, we find the very good playmaker from Naples, Zielinski (62 sel, 7 goals). Like the first 2 days, Paulo Sousa should again favor a system with a defense of 3. In the cages, we find the holder of Juventus, Szczesny, while the former Monegasque Glik (Benevento, 33) is always an essential part of this selection.
Slovakia and Spain face this Wednesday, at 17:00, at the Estadio de La Cartuja, in Seville, in a match related to the third and final round of the group stage of the European Championship. The Slovakian team is currently second in group E, with three points, the result of the victory in the first round against Poland, by 2-1. In the second match, this Saturday, the Balkan national team were defeated 1-0 by Sweden. The Spaniards, in turn, started with a goalless draw against the Swedes, followed by another draw, this time 1-1 with Poland, in two matches also played at the Estadio de La Cartuja. Luis Enrique's men are far from convince and even see themselves forced to win this Wednesday's game to move forward in the competition. Five points will surely give them a place in the round of 16, but any other outcome could mean goodbye to the main European competition for national teams.
Even so, the team from the neighboring country is clearly favorite for this clash with Slovakia, which will have great chances of qualifying in the event of a draw, even if depending on the results of third parties, since the match between Sweden and Poland, which will measure forces in St. Petersburg, Russia. Due to the quality of their players and obviously the history of their national team, Spain is always pointed out as a potential candidate for the title, but so far they have not presented a coherent and consistent football over the 90 minutes. Nuestros hermanos lacks confidence, especially in the last third of the field, and in the last match, against Paulo Sousa's Poland, the Spanish team even lost a penalty. The individual and collective superiority over Slovakia is clear, but the Balkans as a whole will be looking for a surprise. Who will get the better of this Wednesday's challenge?
When Spain come calling in the Euro 2020, excitement tends to be in short supply, with at least one of the two teams pitching a shutout in 14 of their previous 19 away games. It has been a similar story as far as Slovakia are concerned on their own patch of late, with both teams on target in just two of their last nine matches at this level, so something similar seems likely.
- Deportivo Maipu have scored 40% of their goals after the 75th minute.
- Almirante Brown have scored 43% of their goals after the 75th minute.
Almirante Brown have celebrated eight victories in their most recent 16 away games in the top-flight, and it only seems a matter of time before the home tema add to their haul of domestic titles. Deportivo Maipu, by way of contrast, are heading for difficult times at the Primera Nacional, with their plight not being helped by a ten-game winless run on home soil that has included six defeats.
Almirante Brown have not exactly been pulling up any trees in terms of excitement recently, with seven of their last eight matches at the top table of Russian football delivering two goals or fewer. Considering that under 2.5 goals has also been the order of the day in 16 of the previous 20 Deportivo Maipu home games at this level, something similar is expected in this clash.
Over the course of their last 15 away matches in the Primera Nacional, Almirante Brown have been involved in just a couple of contests in which they have both scored and conceded during the same 91 minutes. Not only that, but at least one of the two goalkeepers has emerged with a clean sheet from each of the most recent six Deportivo Maipu home games at this level as well.
- Ferro Carril have scored in each of their last 7 matches.
- 93% of Ferro Carril's conceded goals were conceded away.
- 100% of Villa D�lmine's matches had under 2.5 goals in total.
- Villa D�lmine have scored 75% of their goals in the first half.
- Villa D�lmine have failed to score in their last 5 away matches.
- Villa D�lmine have scored 50% of their goals in the first 15 minutes.
Although their home ground can justifiably be accused of lacking atmosphere, Ferro have not let that detract from recent performances, with the former champions enjoying four wins on the spin in front of their own supporters in the Primera Nacional. As for Villa Dalmine, they clearly do not travel well, suffering nine defeats in 18 top-flight trips and winning only once along the way.
Ferro could hardly be described as the great entertainers at the moment, as 16 of their last 18 top-flight home games, including each of the most recent 11, have served up two goals or fewer. It has been a virtually identical story as far as Villa Dalmine are concerned on their travels, with 16 of their previous 18 matches at this level also producing under 2.5 goals.
Over the course of their last 19 Primera Nacional matches, Villa Dalmine have kept an impressive tally of 14 clean sheets, so finding a way through against Villa Dalmine can prove difficult. Given that just three of the most recent 13 top-flight fixtures involving Ferro have served up goals at both ends of the pitch, it is hard to see much of a deviation from the script.
It's the shock of this last day of the group stage of Euro 2020. We have the right to the remake of the final of the 2016 edition between Portugal and France. Five years ago, Fernando Santos' team came out with victory. A success acquired at the end of extra time on an achievement of Eder 1-0. And the Portuguese players then offered the first great coronation to their nation. Now the situation has changed somewhat. The France team has clearly changed dimension since this defeat in the final of its Euro 2016. The Blues have notably won the 2018 World Cup and have just qualified for the Final Four of the League of Nations, in particular beating Portugal during the group stage, Winamax is offering € 200 here! Obviously, this is one of the most anticipated matches of this first round. And it's hard not to give Didier Deschamps' team an advantage. For her entry into the running, she made a very strong impression against Germany. Opening the scoring on a CSC of Mats Hummels, the Blues then showed a lot of character to hold the result 1-0. Admittedly, the France team disappointed the following day on the lawn of Hungary. Attila Fiola's opener chilled everyone. And despite the equalizer of Antoine Griezmann in the second half, this result was not the one wanted by the French 1-1 players. However, the French team have always struggled against teams playing with a low block, and we clearly cannot say that Portugal will evolve with this philosophy. The defending champion is in great danger before the last meeting of this group stage. For the moment, Fernando Santos' team has three points on its scoreboard. When entering the running, she broke her teeth for a long time on the Hungarian defense. Portugal had to wait until the last minutes to claim the 3-0 victory over Hungary. And the rest was even more complicated for Lusitanian players.
Traveling this time to Germany, they suffered a heavy defeat towards Munich 4-2. A very delicate situation when it comes to finding the Blues, with a view to qualifying for the knockout stages of this Euro.Winamax is offering € 200 here! For the moment, the Blues are leading this group. They are one point ahead of Germany 2nd and Portugal 3rd. In order not to depend on the score between Germany and Hungary, the French team will do everything to win in this meeting. A victory would allow him to secure first place in this group and therefore afford a more affordable round of 16 in this European competition. Especially since Cristiano Ronaldo's teammates seem to have their backs to the wall in this competition. With three points on their tally, they are not certain of being among the best third in the event of another defeat. And France is certainly aware of it ... Didier Deschamps' team fully intends to take its revenge, after the final of Euro 2016, in a great competition. Why not do it on this third day? ? Last November, France managed to beat Portugal on their home turf in the Nations League 1-0. She therefore seems to have been full of confidence in the face of this opponent. Especially since the men of Didier Deschamps will intend to revive after their disappointing match against Hungary. And the French attackers will have a lot of space, since Portugal will certainly do everything to offer themselves the victory and ensure their qualification for the future. A situation that could make the trio Griezmann - Benzema - Mbappé happy. And we have the impression that this could allow the Blues to already beat a second cador in this competition.
Over the course of their previous 15 home games in the second tier of the Euro 2020, Portugal have both scored and conceded during the same 91 minutes on no fewer than 14 occasions. As for France, eight of their ten trips following difficulties have seen them find the back of the net, and they have only kept two clean sheets across these matches as well.
Germany and Hungary face this Wednesday, at 20:00, at the Allianz Arena, in Munich, in a game of the third and final round of the group stage of the European Championship. The German team is coming off a 4-2 victory over Portugal, having thus reacted in the best way to the defeat on their debut, against France, by 0-1, also in Munich. The Magyars, on the other hand, scored their first point on matchday two, against the French, drawing a 1-1 draw in Budapest, after a 0-3 defeat in the first round, against Portugal. Mannschaft thus have three points, while the Hungarians add one, so the scenarios for each team are different: Germany could qualify with a draw, but Hungary will surely have to win to be in the round of 16 in the main European competition of national teams.After the gray performance against the French, who not only dominated in offensive terms but were very competent defensively, the Germans made an excellent match in the clash with the National Team.
Portugal even scored first, but the German response was overwhelming, translating into four goals, with the Portuguese only managing to reduce to the final 4-2. Now, again in Munich, Germany are clearly favorites and have everything to confirm qualification for the round of 16. The Magyars, on the other hand, played a game of great combative spirit against France, were even ahead and thus erased the timid image of the debut meeting, with Portugal. Will the Hungarian team be able to surprise in Munich or will Mannschaft enforce the law of the fittest in Wednesday night's match?
Joachim Low seems to have found his starting 11, as can be seen from his 2 identical compositions on the first days. In difficulty to bring danger to the goal of the Blues, and finally beaten (1-0) on the smallest of the margins, the Mannschaft, on the other hand, was able to appreciate its offensive potential against Portugal (4-2 victory). The pistons Kimmich (57 sel) and Gosens (9 sel) bring a lot of danger and appear unavoidable, especially the second city which was excellent on its left side against the Lusitanians and which was involved in several decisive actions. In midfield, the excellent Kroos (104 sel) and Gündogan (48 sel) notably allowed their formation to confiscate the ball. Back on the scoresheet against Portugal, Klostermann is uncertain due to a muscle injury, as is the providential Müller (104 sel, 39 goals) hit in a knee. The important Bavarian midfielder Goretzka (33 sel) could however make a comeback. He said he was ready to play this 3rd match and to replace Müller, a member of the attacking trio with Gnabry (24 caps, 16 goals) and Havertz, also a scorer. The ghost is indeed very uncertain for this meeting but he should rather see Leroy Sané take his place. In addition to Müller, who can also be replaced by Sané, Citizen Gündogan and the defender scorer against his camp against France, Hummels, victims of physical problems, did not participate in Monday's training session.
It will be necessary to check whether they are training on Tuesday. Coach Marco Rossi should renew his confidence in the elements that stood up to the France team last Saturday. Left side Fiola (37 sel) blew up the stadium by opening the scoring shortly before half-time. Behind, the Leipzig goalkeeper Gulacsi (41 sel) was very important to contain the attacks of the Blues as the defender of the defense, Orban (24 sel, Leipzig). Even if they have not yet scored in this Euro, the attackers Sallai (24 sel, 4 goals; Friborg) and Szalai (73 sel, 23 goals; Mainz) show a good complementarity in front. The latter will undoubtedly be back after being replaced quickly on Saturday, victim of a thermal shock due to the heat. Package for the competition, the very promising Szobozlai (Leipzig) misses a lot by this team as the playmaker evolving in MLS, Gazdag, injured.
Fluminense have collected just two points from a possible 24 on the road of late, whilst they have failed to score more than a single goal in 14 consecutive top-flight trips. Atletico GO, on the other hand, clearly know what they are doing on their own patch, winning six of their last seven league fixtures and outscoring their opponents by 19 goals to three across these wins.
Atletico GO could hardly be described as the great entertainers at the moment, as 16 of their last 18 top-flight home games, including each of the most recent 11, have served up two goals or fewer. It has been a virtually identical story as far as Fluminense are concerned on their travels, with 16 of their previous 18 matches at this level also producing under 2.5 goals.
Over the course of their last 19 Serie A matches, Fluminense have kept an impressive tally of 14 clean sheets, so finding a way through against Fluminense can prove difficult. Given that just three of the most recent 13 top-flight fixtures involving Atletico GO have served up goals at both ends of the pitch, it is hard to see much of a deviation from the script.
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