V-Varen Nagasaki vs Oita by Alexis1016
Are some reasons for the win of V-Varen here, but the odds on Oita are decent and worth a try. So, the main reason is the form of these two sides. V-Varen it's on high with 7 games in a row undefeated, while Oita it's in the relegation zone with only a win in 8 games and 6 defeats. Also, Oita is not a great side away from home.
Anyway, the result of Oita against Omiya Ardija (0-3) doesn't reflect the realty from the field. Oita dominated the start of the game and they were unlucky to not open the score. After that, one of their best player, the experienced Brazil midfielder Daniel was sent off in the 26'. Even with a man down Oita had a great opportunity to open the score after their Brazil centre forward, Evandro Paulista obtained a PK. The penalty was missed by the same man. In the second half, the individualities of Omiya made the difference, Akihiro Ienaga created the first goal and Mrdja scored a brace. Anyway, V-Varen is not having the individualities of Omiya and I don't think they will break so easy the defense of Oita.
Oita without Daniel and the striker loaned from Cerezo, Ryo Nagai missed the last due to a minor injury. I don't have infos about him, but will be a good thing if he can play in this match.
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|Oita DNB||Bet365||6.00||4||0-1 WON (+20 units)|
* Odds as of post published time and are subject to change.