Racing Club vs Olimpo by Glittering11

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Racing and Olimpo meet at Estadio Presidente Juan Domingo Perón, in a match of the 13th round of the Argentine Championship. The record of recent direct confrontations favors the home team, who in the last five matches won 2 and drew 3. The last direct confrontation between these two teams, on 08/24/2016, ended with Racing's victory for (2-1 ).




After 6 wins, 3 draws and 3 losses, the home team is in 5th place, having won 21 points. In the last match, lost with Boca Juniors away (4-2), after having won the home game in a game against Independiente (3-0). For the championship, Racing conquered 14 points of 18, after 4 wins and 2 draws in the last 6 games that played in his stadium.


In this competition, won his last 4 matches at home and did not lose any of the last 6 that he played in his stadium. His attack has scored regularly, as he has scored at least one goal in each of the last 10 games in this competition.


Racing has been showing good performance in the Argentine Championship and is among the first placed with 58% of the points played so far and it is worth mentioning that it is 3 points from the qualifying zone for the next Copa Libertadores de America. The team scored 21 goals, being the third best attack of the competition, and suffered 13 goals, having the twelfth most leaked defense among the 30 national teams and these figures demonstrate the imbalance between the offensive and defensive sectors, being necessary to adjust defensively To suffer less goals, since the attack has been acting quite efficiently. Playing at home, Racing has 78% and averages of 1.67 goals scored and 0.50 goals conceded per game, which shows the great strength acting in front of their fans.





The visiting team is currently in 22nd place with 12 points, after 2 wins, 6 draws and 4 losses. In the penultimate match, it tied outside for Rosario Central by (1-1). In the last match, lost at home to San Lorenzo by (1-2). This is a stronger team when play at home, because in the last 30 games they have 6 draws and 9 defeats as a visitor; Against 5 wins, 5 draws and 5 losses in his stadium. In the last 6 games away from the championship, Olimpo has had 4 draws and 2 defeats, having won 4 points out of 18.


For this competition, not won any of the last 6 games outside of your stadium. His attack has scored regularly, as he has managed to achieve in 7 of the last 10 games in this competition. In their games outside there is a tendency for few goals, since in 10 of the last 15 that disputed there were less of 3 goals.


Olimpo has been making an Argentine Championship below the expected and figure in the bottom of the table qualifying with 33% of the points disputed to the moment. The team scored 10 goals, the tenth worst attack of the competition, and conceded 12 goals, with the 13th defense less leaked and these figures demonstrate that it is necessary to adjust both the offensive and defensive systems to try to reach the top half of the competition. Playing away from home, Olimpo has a 22% advantage and averages of 0.50 goals scored and 0.83 goals conceded per game.


Ricardo Zielinski's side are fourteen without defeat and having slipped six points off the pace at the top will demand a win.


Brave defeats are not going to keep Olimpo in the Primera and so as hard as they pushed San Lorenzo, El Aurinegro remain in the drop zone. The club will be hoping that a change of manager will improve matters but fifteen matches away from Bahia Blanca without a win paints the picture.


Despite the last three meetings ending in draws, Racing's home form makes anything other than a home win unlikely. Olimpo will make it difficult but Licha, Bou and Romero should find a way through.


Bet Racing victory whit the -1 handicap


Tip Bookmaker Odds * Stake Result
1 (-1 AH) Bet365 2.30 8 0-2 LOST (-8 units)
* Odds as of post published time and are subject to change.
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