The visitors on the other hand are one step away from the lower division after losing 14 of their best players and having been stuck in the bottom places of the league for months already with things getting worse and worse. The win against Persiwa shouldn't fool anyone since it was a win against some of Persiwa's players (the starters were on strike) and it was the only win in the last 13 matches with one draw and 11 defeats in the rest of them. 7 straight defeats on the road with 5-34 goals against them reflects truly of how awful they are, they have conceded from 3 to 9 goals in those matches and at all of them at least 2 during the first halftime when they were always losing already even when facing worse teams like Persiwa and Persidafon. Their defense is their weakest spot consisted of local youngsters that won't have the physical abilities (height, weight and stamina) to face foreign strikers that had an ease against them.
Unfortunately for them Persepam has 2 foreign strikers eager to prove that they deserve to be there (especially Linkers that still hasn't scored creating many chances though) and also there is Togolese Khadafi that would be impossible to be stopped in set pieces (mostly corner kicks) since there is nobody close to his height. I expect the hosts to dominate the match and to convert their much more numerous chances this time into goals from early on. There are many bets that can be recommended for this match (in my opinion the home win shouldn't have been over 1.20 and it should reach that low before kick off) with handicaps, team totals, etc in favor of the hosts but I see them to win the match from halftime and turn it into a goal festival later on.
Expected Line Ups:
Persepam: Galih Firmansyah (gk), Michael Orah, Fachrudin Wahyudi, Aboubakar Sillah, Denny Rumba; Busari; Alain Nkong, Ali Khadaffi, Christopher Gomez; Zaenal Arif, E Linkers.
PSPS: Susanto (gk), Hadison, Dika Hanggara, Pawira Putra; Novi Hendrawan, Danil Junaidi, April Hadi, Lutfi Hidayat; Rusdianto; Ario Putra, M Isnaini.