Split vs NK Zagreb by Sors
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The hosts began 2016 with a 1-1 draw in the visit to Zapresic last Sunday and now they are back at home, where Split is 6-3-2 16/9 since the beginning of the new season and 4-1-0 11/2 in five games against the last four teams in the standings.
The club signed with four new players in Maksim Vitus (def.) from Dinamo Minsk, Nino Galovic (def.) from Belupo, Joel Barcenas (midf.) from Arabe Unido and Abdiel Arroyo (forw.) from Arabe Unido, while Antonio Mrsic (midf.) was the only important player, who left during the break.
Only a few changes have been made in Zagreb during the break: Bozo Musa (def.) and Vedran Jurjevic (midf.) left the club, while Rodney Strasser (midf.) from Castelli Romani is the only new player.
Zagreb is on the last spot in the standings, with only theoretical chances to avoid relegation at the end of the season and with only four points from its previous ten away games in the league (0-4-6 6/19).
In addition to that, the guests will be without several important players for this match in Edin Sehic (d / 10+0), Denis Kolinger (d / 17+0), Valentino Stepcic (m / 21+2) and top scorer Gabrijel Boban (f / 21+8).
I think that the hosts are capable to win this match with at least two goals difference.
|Split - 1.50||Unibet||2.25||8||1-0 LOST (-8 units)|
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