Ulsan Hyundai v Busan I Park
Ulsan HT/FT @ $2.30
Ulsan might be the most entertaining side in the K-League over
the opening fortnight, recording a thumping 4-0 win on opening weekend before
completing a wild 35 minute comeback to defeat Suwon.
Busan has two losses to begin their campaign and if Uslan’s
forwards get going early, this one could be very ugly.
It might come down to how ready to play Ulsan is and after
the likely rocket shot their coach delivered after their slow start last match,
they’ll come out ready to go here.
Mainz v RB Leipzig
RB Leipzig HT/FT @ $2.15
RB Leipzig’s return was soured a little bit by Freiburg after
being held to a 1-1 draw but they have a chance to bounce back here.
Heading into the weekend, they are one point above Bayer Leverkusen
for the final Champions League spot and keeping that gap is imperative for the
club given the strides they have made in the past 18 months.
Mainz will be equally desperate however sitting just four
points above the relegation zone but in position to leapfrog some out of form
teams to give themselves some more breathing room.
This one simply comes down to backing a good team to take care
of business against a bad team.
Dinamo Brest v BATE Borisov
BATE to Win (90 Minutes) @ $1.75
Dinamo Brest and BATE Borisov are the last two sides left in
the Belarusian Cup and a winner will be crowned in the wee hours of the morning
at Dinamo Stadium in Minsk.
It’s hard not to expect BATE to win this match based on
recent form, they are unbeaten in their last eight and have won six on the trot,
doing it any way they can.
By the looks of things their preferred method of playing is
to outscore the opposition like it’s a game of FIFA 20 with three or
more goals in their last four matches.
Dinamo has had a less than ideal preparation for this match
losing their last two matches and while anything is possible in cup football,
the safe play is to take the in form side to win.