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Both teams have found the net in seven of SIPG’s last ten matches in the Chinese Super League, while the same has occurred in seven of their past ten home games too. Neighbours Shanghai Shenhua have scored and conceded in eight of their past ten league games, while there have been goals at both ends in eight of their last ten league matches away from home (including each of the past six). Four of the last five meetings between these sides in the Super League have seen them both on the scoresheet. Don’t expect things to be any different this time.
Six of Charleroi’s last ten league matches have produced goals at both ends, while that figure increases to seven out of ten when taking into account just their home matches. Anderlecht have scored and conceded in eight of their past ten league games, including both this season, as well as four of their last five games against the hosts. A clean sheet seems unlikely in this one.
Despite PS Kemi currently sitting bottom of the Veikkausliiga on just 16 points, they have already beaten Kuopio PS by a 3-2 scoreline twice this season. They meet for the third time on Sunday with the hosts having scored and conceded in each of their past nine home league matches. Both sides have also scored in four of the visitors’ past five games in the league, and six of their past ten on the road. Will we see another glut of goals?
There have been fewer than three goals in nine of Chapecoense’s last ten league games, including each of the past eight. The Brazilian outfit have only found the net three times in their last five matches and now face Corinthians. The visitors face a long journey after they played away in the Copa Libertadores on Thursday, while Under 2.5 Goals have been scored in eight of their past ten matches in Serie A. Each of the past five matches between these sides have yielded Under 2.5 Goals, including a clash in the Copa do Brasil just last week. Don’t feel bad if you can’t watch this one on TV.
Over 2.5 Goals have been scored in eight of Toronto’s last ten games in MLS, with each of the past six featuring three or more goals. This is nothing new though, as seven of their ten home league games in 2018 have produced the same outcome. There have also been Over 2.5 Goals in nine of New York City’s 11 away games in MLS, as well as in their past four encounters with Toronto. Back goals here.
Accumulated odds = 9.09
*All odds subject to change