BTTS Tips and Stats for Sunday 23rd June

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BTTS Tips and Stats for Sunday 23rd June 1

The majority of the elite football players are enjoying their summer break. Another are representing their countries on an international level. We consider these tournaments to be more unpredictable, so we are looking into less popular club competitions. You may check out our new BTTS tips and stats for Sunday posted below.

Rockdale City – APIA Leichhardt

BTTS Tips and Stats for Sunday 23rd June 2

Our first suggestion is an encounter from National Premier Leagues NSW. Rockdale City welcomes APIA Leichhardt. The hosts are challenging for direct promotion to NPL Tasmania while their opposition is fighting for a playoff spot.

Rockdale City are outside of the playoff places only because they have worse goal difference than the 5th in the table. Their home form is a concern. The Suns have collected more points on the road than at the Bicentennial Park South. Furthermore, they conceded in each of their home matches. Despite their defensive worries, Rockdale are prolific on their own turf. Paul Reid’s men scored two or more goals in 5 consecutive home games.

APIA are sitting just 5 points adrift from the top. They registered only 1 defeat in the previous 7 matches. They scored almost 2 goals per match in their visits so far. On the other hand, they kept a clean sheet only once playing away from home.

In their last 5 direct clashes, 29 goals were scored. We expect another entertaining showdown where both teams will find the net.

Prediction – BTTS: YES 83%

Ordabasy – Astana

BTTS Tips and Stats for Sunday 23rd June 3

Our next stop is the Kazakhstan Premier League. The leaders FC Astana are traveling to Shymkent to face Ordabasy. The hosts have two games in hand a can get close to the top spot with a win on Sunday.

Ordabasy have the best defensive record at Kazakhstan’s top flight – the conceded only 5 goals so far. Moreover, they let their opponents score only once at Kazhimukan Munaitpasov Stadium.

Astana are chasing their sixth straight league title. They were beaten only once in their previous 5 visits. However, the Blue and Yellows are hard to beat on the road – they conceded only 3 goals.

We predict a nervy encounter where both teams will struggle in front of the goal.

Prediction – BTTS: NO 84%


Date Match BTTS
23rd June Mt Druitt vs Manly Utd YES
23rd June Huddinge vs Haninge NO

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