22 May 2019, by: Carl Lewis
Daily Soccer Betting Tips – 23 May 2020
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Suwon Bluewings have lost their two matches by a 1 goal margin, they are now on a run of 3 league losses in a row. Suwon went unbeaten in 71.43% of the home league games in which they started as favourites last season.
Incheon United have played out 3 goalless draws in a row, also both teams have not scored in their last 5 matches, it’s no surprise that their previous eight league fixtures (W2, D5, L1) have all seen under 2.5 goals.
On the road, Incheon hasn’t scored in 3 league matches.
Best Bet: Under 2.5 goals at 1.66
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Gangwon have just 1 win from 6 (D1, L4) and failed to keep a clean sheet in any of the last 11 matches. They’ve conceded at least 1 first-half goal in their last 4 matches. Gangwon are solid at home, scoring 2+ goals in 12 of their last 13 games here (W8, D2, L3) – 10 of those 13 saw both teams score.
Seongnam are one of just 2 sides yet to concede a goal after the opening two rounds (W1, D1) and have kept a clean sheet in 4 of their last 6. In a mirror image opposite to Gangwon, 7 of Seongnam’s last 10 matches saw under 2.5 match goals (1.6 per-match).
Best Bet: Gangwon FC to win at 2.00
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A 2-0 home win in Sangju Sangmu’s previous match means 5 of their last 6 games have seen to win “to nil”. Scoring first is key, 7 of Sangju’s last 10 matches have seen the winner open the scoring.
Gwangju started their season with two losses ‘to nil’, making it 5 consecutive top-flight games in which they failed to score (D1, L4). Even on the road, Gwangju have failed to find the net in their last three away matches. Additionally, Gwangju remains poor travellers with just one win across their last 22 away games (W1, D8, L13).
Belarus Vysshaya Liga
Slutsk take on Rukh Brest for the first time. There’s been over 2.5 in each of Slutsk’s last 5 matches, only one team has a higher average of goals per game this league season than Slutsk’s 3.22. The hosts have conceded in all 9 matches this term, and as such, have seen both teams score in 7.
Enjoying a 6-match unbeaten run (W2, D4), Rukh Brest can move level on points with their opponents if they win. The visitors are about low-scoring matches this season, with 8 of their 9 matches witnessing under 2.5 goals. Although unbeaten in 4 of their 5 VL away matches (W2, D2, L1), Rukh Brest failed to score in 3 and netted 4 of their 5 away goals this league season in their previous road trip (a 4-2 win at Neman).
Best Bet: BTTS at 1.83
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Despite winning just over half their matches, Isloch Minsk have started their season in an unpredictable manner (W5, L4). However all of their wins have come at home, 4 of those wins came by a 1-goal margin, giving them a current +5 goal difference in home clashes.
Energetik-BGU also falls into the ‘inconsistent’ category (W6, L3), and along with Isloch, are one of only three teams in the league yet to draw this season. The fixtures history has seen Energetik record no wins in seven head to heads across all competitions (D3, L4).
Best Bet: BTTS and over 2.5 goals at 2.05