CSKA Moscow vs Amur Khabarovsk by Sors
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CSKA Moscow will play the fourth game of a six-game home stand, which will end on Nov. 30 against Novokuznetsk.
The hosts lost 0-2 against Slovan Bratislava on Nov. 19, but showed much better play in the next two games against Medvescak Zagreb (3-1) and Vladivostok (5-1), outshooting their opponents 74-38 in those two encounters.
It is well known that CSKA Moscow is among the teams with the biggest potential in this league: well balanced team, with a solid defense and powerful attack.
The hosts have won fifteen of their previous nineteen home games this season (14-1-0-4 64/28), twelve of them with two or more goals difference.
Stephane Da Costa (winger / 3+5) and Simon Hjalmarsson (winger / 3+10) are out due to injuries, but I doubt that their absence will be so big problem for the home team.
Khabarovsk took a 4-1 win in the visit to Cherepovets on Tuesday, but lost seven of its last ten games in the league (2-1-1-6 20/20), as well as four of six in November.
I think that CSKA Moscow will manage to win that game, most probably with more than one goal difference.
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|CSKA Moscow - 1.50||Pinnacle||1.73||8||2-0 WON (+5.84 units)|
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