Malacateco vs Mictlan by Sureseye
With a 7/12 home standing so far, Malacateco are not having it too rosy in the league. The aperture pla-off quarter finalist have lost their first two home matches but haven’t lost at home thereafter (3 wins and 1 draw). Last home match was a 5-2 win over Halcones. They are coming from a 1-0 loss away to 5th placed Coatapeque, with a good account not missing still. Defender José Andrade will continue to be sidelined due to intestinal problems while important midfielder Edwin Gonzalez (27/1) is on the verge of recuperating but is a little doubt to feature.
Mictlan’s unbeaten home record got dented last round as they fell 0-1 to the Hawks of Halcones. Host had no response to Hernandez Castillo Ronal Alberto 13 minutes goal for the rest of the 77 minutes played as it seemed they are yet to gell with their ‘home-away-from-home’ since they are currently not playing on their home stadium. Mictlan made a shocker last time they travelled winninig Municipal city 1-0 and such record of victory will long stay in their memory. With a 2 win 1 draw and 2 lost record on travel so far, this is by far one of their best away performance in recent years as they were two previous years without any away win (more than 88 away league matches, calculating Apertura and Clausura). For this clash, guest will not count on important defender Néstor Martínez Norales (21/0) due to injury while defender Luis Torres (12/1) is suspended due to accumulation of yellow cards.
With a motivation to steer clear relegation zone, host will be eager to get 3 points today and can count on tradition as they welcome currently out-of-form guest who have a little defensive worry.
|1||BetVictor||1.80||10||3-2 WON (+8 units)|
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