Algerian Ligue 1
Kabylie vs Paradou
Stade 1er Novembre 1954
Stade 1er Novembre 1954 will serve as the host venue for the match between Kabylie and Paradou, which is part of the round of seven matches in the Algerian Ligue 1. The two teams currently occupy the last two spots in the table. We anticipate a lot of defensive play from them as they attempt to pull themselves up from the bottom of the table.Claim Your Welcome Bonus!
Kabylie - looking to get back to winning ways
JS Kabylie's previous games included a victory against JMS Tiaret, two defeats at the hands of MC Alger and JS Saoura, and a pair of draws against USM Khenchela and US Biskra. JS Kabylie won one game against JMS Tiaret. JS Kabylie could only score three goals, while they allowed four goals to be scored against them. Regarding disciplinary action, the home team received 4 yellow cards, and the home team received 16 yellow cards. During the current league season, JS Kabylie has scored 0.6 goals on average in every game they have played. This season, JS Kabylie has maintained an average possession of the ball 53.14% of the time.
Paradou - a draw will satisfy the visitors
The Paradou AC team has not won any of their previous five matches, so they come into this game winless. On the other hand, the guests were defeated in three matches by USM Alger, MC Oran, and ES Sétif, while two of their matches against El Bayadh and MC Alger ended in draws. The club could only score four goals while allowing eight goals against them. Away from home, Paradou AC only scored 0.82 goals per game while allowing 1.27 to be scored against them. The away team received 21 yellow cards and only 2 red cards for their efforts. Ball possession is not something that Paradou AC excels at, as evidenced by their total average of 45.00% during this season.
Expert Betting Tips
We anticipate this match to go the full 90 minutes with a draw. Both clubs do not appear to have a strong offensive presence at the moment, as seen by the fact that three of their most recent five meetings finished in a draw. This could be a trend that continues in this match as well.