Ajax v Juventus10/04/2019 20:00
Hull City v Wigan10/04/2019 19:45
Rotherham v Aston Villa10/04/2019 19:45
|BTTS+Over 2.5 goals|
Can the Dutch underdogs get off to a good start at home tomorrow night? Honestly, I can see them getting a result in this match, and they should not be underestimated.
Ajax are prolific goal scorers at home, scoring two or more goals in all but one of their league matches this season.
They have also scored at least one goal in their last 12 Champions League home games while scoring three goals in four home games this season. Most impressively, scoring three goals against a tough Bayern side in the group stages.
But, the Dutch giants are susceptible at the back, and Juventus will certainly pressure them in this match.
Juventus have scored in all but one of their away matches in Serie A this season, while only failing to score against Atletico Madrid in their last away CL match.
But, many teams struggle to breakdown that tough Atletico defence, especially on the road.
Still, I see Juventus scoring at least one goal in this match, and both teams scoring is good value at 4/5.
Wigan picked up a rare away point in their last match, scoring a 93rd-minute goal against Bristol City (which let down my Daily Double…).
But, I believe they will go back to their losing ways against a Hull side that are solid at home this season.
The Tigers have won five of their last seven games while scoring two or more goals in each game.
Meanwhile, Wigan have conceded two or more goals in their last four away games, and I struggle to see them getting anything against this prolific Hull side at the KCOM Stadium.
Admittedly, Hull are sometimes suspect at the back. But, they should be able to outscore this struggling Wigan side, and the value is certainly there at 5/4.
Hull’s strong home form stretches back quite some time too, winning eight of their last ten home games.
Meanwhile, Wigan have the worst away record in the league, winning just 1 game while losing 15 and drawing just 4.
Wigan have failed to keep a clean sheet in their last 18 away matches, and they will likely struggle again tomorrow night.
This looks like a real banker for me, and I see great value in both teams to score at 4/6.
Rotherham are consistent scorers at the New York Stadium, only failing to score in two home matches this season.
Meanwhile, Aston Villa are one of the most inform teams in the league right now.
Winning their last six games in a row while winning their last three on the road, scoring seven goals.
But, Villa tends to struggle at the other end, and I see them conceding once again tomorrow night.
Villa have conceded in six of their last eight away games, and Rotherham will be desperate to get a result as they struggle in a relegation battle.
Also, Villa have seen over 2.5 goals in their last four games while Rotherham have seen both teams score and over 2.5 goals in seven of their last eight home games.
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