Wuhan Zall vs Zhejiang Yiteng by Alexis1016
Wuhan Zall - Zhejiang Yiteng
Wuhan Zall are not a such bad side as the table suggest and I think they are able to win this match. Of course the DNB option would be much better, but the bookies haven't released so many betting options. I'm forced to back the straight win and the chances to lose this bet are much bigger. Wuhan Zall is coming after a nil-nil draw against the league leaders. Of course, Qingdao Huanghai had the possesion, created chances to score, but Zall wasn't bad at all and they had their chances in that match. Left-back Zhao-Ke he's still suspended as he completes his seventh match ban out of 8. Midfielder Yi Luo should be suspended as well after took his 4th yellow card of the campaign, but the informations in China Jia League are no so accurate as the Chinese journalists doesn't put always all the yellow cards in the match report and it's possible to see some missed yellows by the guy who makes the match-report on transfermarkt. http://www.transfermarkt.co.uk/spielbericht/index/spielbericht/2696623. Also wouldn't be a surprise if Michael Barrantes wouldn't be suspended, maybe he has already 4 yellows, not 3 as it's reported in the link above.
A thing that I'm 100% sure is that about the talisman striker of Yiteng, Rodrigo Paulista who is suspended (http://sports.sina.com.cn/china/b/2016-06-16/doc-ifxtfrrf0471463.shtml, http://sports.sina.com.cn/china/b/2016-06-11/doc-ifxszmaa1844283.shtml) along with another foreign player, the Aussie Adam Hughes. I think the absence of Rodrigo is a big blow for them as he won many points for them. The Brazilian scored some nice goals, especially after good free-kicks. He decided the game against Shenxhin after another good free kick. Paulista hit the crossbar in the first half. Biro Biro from Shenxin did the same before the break. Yes, Yiteng have a good form, but without their best player their mission should be more dififcult, especially as this will be an away game against a side with quality foreigners like tyhe former Iceland international Ottessen, the Brazilian striker Guto and Michael Barrantes.
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