Watford v Arsenal15/04/2019 20:00
Leganes v Real Madrid15/04/2019 20:00
FC Koln v Hamburg15/04/2019 19:30
|Home Win+Over 1.5 goals|
Firstly, Arsenal are the only team yet to keep a clean sheet on the road, and I do not see that changing in tonight’s game.
But, I am hoping the Gunners play better than they did at Goodison Park in their last away game.
Arsenal have been woeful on the road in recent months, losing four of their last six while drawing one and winning one.
Of course, the Gunners can play some great football at times, but they are struggling to replicate in on the road, while really struggling in the first half of games.
Watford have scored in six of their last seven home games, but they have kept just four clean sheets at Vicarage Road this season.
Really, Arsenal should manage a goal or two, but I have very little faith in them keeping a clean sheet.
It feels strange to tip both teams scoring in this match, I am not an avid La Liga watcher, but the stats point to Leganes getting a goal or two tonight.
Leganes have picked up some great results at home this season, beating Real Madrid in the Copa Del Rey 1-0, drawing to Atletico Madrid 1-1, Sevilla 1-1, Valencia 1-1, and beating Barcelona 2-1!
They have been quite force against some of the best teams in the league, and have scored in all but two of their home games this season.
Meanwhile, Real Madrid continue to struggle, even under Zidane. They have conceded in their last seven away games while managing just one clean sheet on the road all season!
Real Madrid are usually good for a goal or two though, only failing to score in three away games. They have scored 15 goals in their last six away games, winning five and losing one.
Koln top the table, and they have been smashing teams at home this season. Yes, this is 1st vs 2nd, but the difference in ability and form should show tonight.
Koln have scored two or more goals in their last eight home games, winning seven and losing one.
They have scored a total of 33 goals in that time while conceding just seven goals.
Meanwhile, Hamburg have hit a rough patch in form, and are not the strongest on the road.
Hamburg have lost two and drawn one of their last three conceding five goals and scoring three. They have been patchy on the road in recent weeks, losing three, drawing two and winning two.
But, I see them struggling against this prolific Koln side tonight.
Koln have a massive 39+ goal difference, and they create an intimidating and incredible atmosphere at the RheinEnergie Stadium.
There is a potential for quite a few goals in this match, but I believe Koln will have a better time tonight and should push even closer to a return to the Bundesliga.
Steven has been following football and darts since he was very young. He has a passion for enhancing sporting events through betting for long-term, sustainable profit.