Gamba Osaka U23 vs Fujieda MYFC – Japan – J3 League
Gamba Osaka U23 and Fujieda MYFC will face each other on Sunday 2nd June as Game Day 10 of the Japanese J3 League continues. Gamba Osaka U23 are sitting 8th with 12 points after 9 matches, which is not the perfect performance. However, we are looking for goals here and when we look at the stats we can see that the home side have conceded at least 1 goal in their last 5 on home soil.
In addition, 67% of all their league games ended with over 2,5 goals. Gamba Osaka also managed to score 5 goals in their most recent home matches, which is exactly what we need. If they manage to win on Sunday, they will reduce the gap to Fujieda to just 2 points.
Fujieda MYFC are taking the 5th position with 17 points. But their away record is the 12th best out of 18 teams in the whole league – they played 4 games away from home and managed to win only 2 of them. Despite losing the last two of them, they were able to score in both of the occasions.
The visitors also conceded 10 goals so far, but 9 of them came when they were playing away from home. Having in mind all the facts from above, we think there is a big possibility to see both teams scoring a goal here.
BTTS: YES 76%
Tokyo Verdy vs Kyoto Sanga – Japan – J2 League
The next match we have chosen is also from Japan, J2 League. Tokyo Verdy are hosting Kyoto Sanga in a intriguing clash. The hosts from the capital are in the middle of the table- 10th, with 21 points. In fact, Tokyo are finding themselves in a very good form. They have made 7 consecutive matches without defeat and 7 consecutive matches at home without losing.
If we take a look at their last 8 matches home and away, we can see Tokyo Verdy score and concede easily. There were 24 goals scored between them and their opponents for the current period and we strongly believe they will continue with that performance on Sunday too.
Kyoto Sanga’s campaign is even better. They are in the play-off zone, only 3 points away from the 2nd spot, which means direct promotion to the J1 League. Of course, there is plenty of time till the end of the season, but so far Kyoto are doing a great job.
They managed to score in 86% of their away matches, and they also scored at least 2 goals or more in their last 4 games home and away. In 14% of the occasions away from home Kyoto Sanga recorded a clean sheet and we think this match won’t be part of this statistics.
BTTS: YES 70%
Askania Bernb. vs Ein. Rudolstadt – Germany – Oberliga NOFV Sud
The last match from the Sunday accumulator is from Germany, Oberliga NOFV Sud. Askania Bernb. are facing Ein. Rudolstadt. Unfortunately for the home side, they are in the relegation zone with only 2 matches till the end of the season. But it is not surprising, they are conceding plenty of goals, as they got the second worst Goal Difference in the league of -24.
Apart from that, in rare occasions they fail to score at home. It actually happened only once in their last 7 home matches, on 27th April, when they were heavily defeated by Inter Leipzig by 0-5. An interesting fact for Askania Bernb. is that they haven’t drawn a match at home for the last 13 matches.
Ein. Rudolstadt’s position in the league is looking safe at the moment. They are 4 points ahead of the relegation zone, but the next match could get them into trouble. However,
Rudolstadt are a team that loves to score. There was only 1 occasion in their last 12 visits, when they failed to score, and it happened on 17th March, when actually was their last defeat away from home.
Their most 3 recent games were all drawn, as the three of them ended with BTTS: YES, and two of them were on away soil. Ein. Rudolstadt also managed to score in every single of their last 9 matches. 63% of their total amount of goals were scored when playing away from home. We hope to see another BTTS: YES encounter here.
BTTS: YES 79%
|2nd June||Gamba Osaka U23 vs Fujieda MYFC||Japan – J3 League||YES|
|2nd June||Tokyo Verdy vs Kyoto Sanga||Japan – J2 League||YES|
|2nd June||Askania Bernb. vs Ein. Rudolstadt||Germany – Oberliga NOFV Sud||YES|
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