Djurgarden v Falkenbergs24/09/2019 18:00
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Dijon v Marseille24/09/2019 18:00
Ebbsfleet United v Barnet24/09/2019 19:45
Bromley v Woking24/09/2019 19:45
We start our journey in Sweden with the league leaders hosting Falkenbergs, and I see a comfortable win for the home side.
Djurgarden have won seven of their last eight home games while keeping five clean sheets in their last six. In that time, they have scored at least two or more goals in seven of those eight games.
Meanwhile, Falkenbergs are down in the bottom three currently fighting for survival. They picked up a big three points in their last match, beating Ostersunds 1-0 at home, but they have struggled on the road.
They have lost five of their last six away games while only scoring four goals and conceding a massive 22 goals! Against other top teams, the gulf in class has shown, with Hacken winning 4-1, Malmo winning 5-0 and Hammarby winning 6-2 in recent weeks.
I see nothing but a comfortable win for the home side in this game, and good value in the -1 handicap.
Marseille are in fine form going into this match with three wins and two draws in their last five games. They are playing great football on the road right now, scoring six goals in their last two.
However, they have not been too solid at the back, and that’s why I have gone for the draw no bet pick. They could concede in this game, but I do see value in them getting the win or at least a draw to void this selection if needs be.
Dijon have had a miserable start to their campaign, losing five of their opening six games while picking up one draw.
They have conceded at least two goals in two of their three home games, and I see that trend continuing against a dangerous and inform Marseille side.
Marseille also have the mental edge, winning five of their last six meetings including 2-1, 3-1 and 2-1 away victories in their last meetings.
Now we head down to the English National League as I look to avoid the Carabao cup fixtures.
Ebbsfleet might be bottom of the league, but they are a great pick for both teams scoring, and so are Barnet on the road.
Ebbsfleet have seen both teams score in 10 of their 12 games this season while seeing it land in 5 of their 6 home games.
Meanwhile, Barnet have seen BTTS land in 100% of their away games so far (5 out of 5), and I see good value in this trend continuing tonight.
Both teams lost their last matches, with Barnet conceding four away from home against Halifax Town. They will want to bounce back from that defeat with a win tonight, but they will likely concede against an Ebbsfleet side that almost always finds the net.
Top of the table Bromley host third-place Woking in tonight’s match, and I see good value in both sides finding the back of the net.
To start, Bromley have seen both teams score in five of their six home games this season while Woking has seen it land in five of their six away games.
Bromley are playing great football to be 1st in the league, but they have conceded at least one goal in their last six games (BTTS landing in each) and they come up against a Woking side that are unbeaten in their last ten games while seeing BTTS land in their last six in a row.
Also, Woking have scored at least one goal in their last 10 away games in a row while conceding in 18 of their last 19 on the road.
In terms of the stats, it looks like a great value BTTS pick!
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