Penarol vs Juventud by Sors
Tip based on Asian handicap. Not familiar with handicaps? Read our Asian handicap betting guide
The hosts are just three points away from winning the title in the Uruguayan league for a record 48th time, as Penarol will enter the last round of Apertura with one point advantage over Nacional.
Penarol played well and with an enviable constancy throughout the entire season, with a few exceptions at the very start of the season and in the last three rounds (0-3-0 3-3), although it should be taken into account that two of those three games were against teams from top 4 like Nacional (1-1/away) and Wanderers (1-1/home).
Nahitan Nandez (midf. / 1 goal) was sent off in the visit to Plaza Colonia in the last round (1-1) and will miss this match against Juventud, while Gabriel Leyes (forw.) is injured, but even without these two players Penarol owns enough potential to complete the mission successfully.
Juventud finished Clausura’2014 in fifth place, but several important players left the club this summer (Matias Perez, Rodrigo Viega, Jaime Baez, etc.), which obviously has negative effect over this team, as the guests have won only fifteen points from the previous fourteen rounds (4-3-7 14/24) and just one point from their last three away games against Cerro (1-4), Defensor Sporting (1-4) and Sud America (1-1).
There are many factors that speak in favor of the home team here (potential, motivation, home court advantage, etc.) and I think that Penarol will win that game, probably with more than one goal difference.
Play now US Players are welcome
|Penarol - 1.50||Pinnacle||1.80||8||1-0 LOST (-8 units)|
* Odds as of post published time and are subject to change.