It’s time to sneak a peak in the last Friday of May. Let’s check out what BTTS tips we have picked for you:
Dundalk vs Sligo Rovers – Ireland – Premier Division
Dundalk welcomes Sligo Rovers on Friday night. The hosts are staying currently at the top of the Premier Division leading only on goal difference. Their opponents are in the middle of the table but still have theoretical chances for Europa League Qualification.
Dundalk are in a great run of form – they are undefeated in 11 consecutive games. They haven’t been winners on only one of these occasions. The Lilywhites are holding the best home record in the league and are still unbeaten in front of their supporters. Dundalk are also the best attacking team with their 33 goals in 19 matches. However, The Town have conceded in half of their home matches.
Sligo Rovers have also performed well recently – they have lost only once in 10 games. The Bit o’ Red fell comfortable away from home – they even scored more goals in their visits. Sligo Rovers have scored 2 goals or more in each of their last 3 away matches.
BTTS: YES 53%
Metta/LU vs Jelgava – Bolivia – Apertura
The two bottom clubs of Latvia Virsliga are facing each other in a clash which may be crucial for the relegation battle. Jelgava are sitting points adrift from safety. Their opponents have played one more game so far but can become level on points with a win on Friday.
Metta/LU have won only 3 games so far – 2 of these wins were achieved in front of their supporters. They have failed to score in only one of their home matches. Metta have managed to keep only 1 clean sheet at Daugava Stadium.
Jelgava are winless in 5 games on the trot. They have recorded only 1 win away from home. Both teams scored in 67% of Jelgava away matches.
The fans have seen goals in their last head-to-head matches. Both sides netted in 6 of the last 8 direct encounters.
Cordoba vs Osasuna – Segunda Division
Osasuna will travel to Andalusia to take on Cordoba in the last round of Segunda Division. The visitors have already secured a promotion to La Liga after 1 year in the second tier of the Spanish football. They are unreachable at the top of the league and will finish the season as league champions.At the same time Cordoba were already relegated from La Liga 2 but will aim to make their fans happy with a win in their last home game in the division.
Osasuna are unbeaten in 9 games on the bounce winning 6 of these matches. They have kept 5 consecutive clean sheets. Jagoba Arrasate’s men are undefeated at home for the whole season but their away performances are less impressive. Los Rojillos are the 7th best away team in the league and even had a negative goal difference. They have secured a clean sheet in only 25% of their visits.
Cordoba have won their last 2 games at Estadio Nuevo Arcángel. Both teams scored in 75% of their home matches. Both sides have also find the net in the previous two clashes between these teams.
BTTS: YES 65%
|31st May||Dundalk vs Sligo Rovers||Australia – NPL Victoria||YES|
|31st May||Metta/LU vs Jelgava||Bolivia – Apertura||YES|
|31st May||Cordoba vs Osasuna||Segunda Division||YES|