Good morning with Infobeto's team, the French Champions League proposal for the Amiène match did not pass through with Anzhe, although it was unbelievable how 0-0 stayed with this game with so many opportunities on both sides. We move on to the next Australian championship game with Perth Glory to host Sydney.
Perth Glory is the first to rank in the country with 26 points in 11 games with 8 wins, 2 draws and 1 defeats in them. 3 has 1 1 8 draw and 1.6 defeat, while 6 is the only defeat so far in the league. From the statistics we see how 1.2 has scored goals within which means an average of XNUMX goals per home game while it has only kept its net clean once having received a total of XNUMX goals in its home games where on average it equals XNUMX goals play within. Without new injury problems he will face Sydney.
Australia's A-League rankings third place is Sydney where it is equals with Melbourne City while only three points behind Perth Glory where it meets tomorrow for 12's championship. Outside, he has a good self with 4 wins and 2 draws as a host, having achieved 12 goals where on average he is equivalent to 2 goals per game while he has accepted 5 goals where he equals an average of 0.8 goals per game. She has only once kept her home away from her away games so far. Without any particular racing problems, he will be fired against Perth Glory.
The two teams are aggressive in nature with Perth Glory having scored 24 in the league and being in the first place in the game, while Sydney is in third place with 23 goals behind Peet Glory and Melbourne Viktori from 24.
On the basis of these statistics I will bet on the ambisher as well as over 2.5 goal as they are teams that play aggressive football and rarely keep their outing "clean". I would raise the bar to 3,5 but it is a 1 game with 3 and I will stay on a lower goal line.
Perth Glory - Sydney -----> G / G & Over 2,5 (2.10) Bet365 6u (Units)