08 May 2019, by: Carl Lewis
Daily Soccer Betting Tips – 9 May 2020
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With Corona Virus affecting most leagues, we pick out betting tips from Belarus, South Korea and Turkmenistan.
Belarus Vysshaya Liga
Slavia Mozyr have the third-highest goals per league game average (3.14) in the league but have now failed to keep a clean sheet in 6 of their 7 matches, they’ve also conceded at least twice in their previous 4 matches.
Unbeaten in 4 matches(2 W,2 D), Torpedo Zhodino kept a clean sheet in 3. Another plus for them, they have beaten Slavia in their last five away matches against them. Slavia have not beaten Zhodino since 2015.
Best Bet: Draw No Bet – Torpedo Zhodino at 1.80
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Neman Grodno have made their best start to a league season at home since 2013, earning two wins-to-nil in their first 3 home fixtures despite being third from bottom. Last round’s away loss to BATE was the first time in 2020 that Neman had conceded a first-half goal with five of their seven fixtures to date producing 0-0 half-time results.
Rukh Brest have only scored 3 goals this season but their defence has conceded just 3 as well. , none of their matches have seen over 2,5 goals. As a result, the team to open the scoring in Rukh Brest’s matches (at all venues) have gone on to win-to-nil on 4 of 5 occasions.
Best Bet: Neman Grodno to win at 2.30
South Korea K-League
Ulsan Hyundai were best home side in the league in 2019. The hosts head into 2020 having scored in 12 consecutive K-League matches, in addition to their last 12 at home. No surprise that no team had more 2.5 total goals than Ulsan, who saw 3 or more goals in 60% of their matches.
Sangju Sangmu have taken points from Ulsan in 3 of their last 6 K-League away trips. (2 W,1 D). They did not defend well on the road in 2019 though, recording just 2 clean sheets on the road. Some more bad news for them, they haven’t beaten Ulsan in their last 5 head to heads (4 L, 1 D).
Best Bet: Ulsan win and over 2.5 goals at 2.50
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Incheon United are unbeaten in 6 home matches (W1, D5) but suffered their worst home record last campaign (2 W,8 D,9 L). Incheon have not beaten their opponents at home in 5 attempts (2 L, 3 D).
Daegu FC are yet to start a season with a win (on opening day (4 D, 9 L). However, Daegu are on a 7-match unbeaten away streak (3 W,4 D). Daegu also had the best away defence last season (16 goals conceded) – with 13 first-half clean sheets in 19 away games.
Best Bet: Daegu FC win at 2.10
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Gwangju’s successful promotion season of 2019 saw them average 2.03 points per-game and a league-high 18 clean sheets (50%). They are also decent on attack having failed to score just once in their previous 22 matches, within which they also recorded an impressive 13 victories. Gwangju, who have lost just once in their previous 21 home games across all competitions. Gwangju also beat Seongnam 3-1 at home in 2018, which was the last time they played this fixture.
Last season Seongnam averaged only 1.84 goals, the last time they scored over 2.5 goals was in May 2018. 14 of their last 19 matches last season saw under 2.5 goals, whilst 9 of their 10 most recent league wins came by a 1-goal margin.
Best Bet: Gwangju to score over 1.5 goals at 2.50