We have and say, Wisla is a newcomer, as opposed to Piasta, who came a breath from last year's take-off (it was for the first time, eventually -2 by 1 Leigh). Wisla is clearly out of the question as it comes from 5 defeats in 6 last (0-1-5), and 3 / 6 has not managed to score. In the home I would call her bad (3-1-4), no other qualifying for a team that in her last 3, lost with 1-2 from Latcha (1-3-3 has been off, (1-2-3 away from home, 10 was the home away from Wisła), and 1-2 from 6 in Wisla Krakow (1-XNUMX-XNUMX away). As the newcomer understands in addition to deforme, at home he makes ... waters.
Let's go now to Piast, which has not changed much since last year's team. Here, in the summer we had the departure of Czech Lato, despite its excellent course. Neckek took over, with the team going from bad to worse, with just 1 winning a total of 9 matches, including a blockade in the Cup. Guess who's back in order to get her out of the difficult quagmire. Oh, who else did Lato, who with her on the bench last year made her best run. Latal at about 2 months at her bench has accumulated 12 points (3-3-3). With it, 1 won an away win, while the other 2 offsides were defeated by 2 first, Lecky (preceded by 79 ') and Jagelonia. Has defensive issues, but does not Wisla have? At least score with relative ease. With these and with those, the double at 4.00 is worthy of betting