30 Booking Points each team would have landed in the Celta Vigo v Getafe game, but the hosts picked up all their cards in the second half, which downed our bet. The logic was there, but strangely, not many first-half fouls.
As you’ve seen, I’ve been doing some previews for WeLoveBetting and means my team are in front of the Sky cameras, they’ve asked me to produce some analysis.
I did find it difficult given the events of what’s unfolded over the weekend. But here it is: https://welovebetting.co.uk/stoke-v-west-brom-baggies-to-pocket-narrow-success/
Silkeborg vs Brondby (18:00)
Brondby can go back into third place with a victory against bottom of the table Silkeborg.
After falling to defeat in the cup, the visitors will be looking to bounce back and make it four wins a row in the league.
They beat second-placed Copenhagen 3-1 to start this winning sequence and given their incredible record against today’s opponents, that should really be extended.
Brondby have won their last nine games against Silkeborg in all competitions. They’ve scored 23 goals in that run too. Three of the last five meetings between the sides have finished 3-1, with a 4-1 and 3-0 thrown in for good measure.
Silkeborg need an immediate change of fortunes or they’ll be soon down. They’re winless in six home games this season (D1, L5) and all those games have gone Over 2.5 Goals.
It’s 17 goals conceded here at JYSK Park and in five of six, they’ve conceded on three occasions.
Brondby’s top scorer Kamil Wilczek is suspended, but Dominik Kaiser has been chipping in with goals. The German has eight for the season and has five in his last six, so don’t rule him out of getting on the scoresheet.
Given Brondby’s decent league form of late, plus their top record against today’s opponents, then this looks to be a decent approach, given the goals Silkeborg concede.
Brondby to Win & Over 1.5 Goals (10/11 – Betway)
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