National Bank of Egypt vs Smouha
In the 19th round of matches that make up the Egyptian Premier League, National Bank of Egypt will face off against Smouha at the Petrosport Stadium. Before this competition, National Bank of Egypt had previously been defeated by Pharco, and Smouha had previously been beaten by Zamalek.Get Your Sign-Up Bonus!
National Bank of Egypt - a draw will satisfy the host
National Bank of Egypt's previous games resulted in 0 wins, 4 losses, and 1 draw against Al Ittihad, Al Ahly, Future FC, and Pharco respectively, while 1 of their games against Ghazl El Mehalla ended in a draw. The National Bank of Egypt was only able to score 3 goals while they allowed eleven to be scored against them. During the current league season, National Bank of Egypt has scored a goal in 0.94 percent of their matches on average. In terms of disciplinary action, the away team was given one red card and thirty yellow cards during their match at home. The National Bank of Egypt has a strange inability to maintain possession of the ball, as evidenced by their season-long average of only 49.01% possession.
Smouha - confident of picking a point
Smouha comes into this match having won two of their most recent five matches against Ceramica Cleopatra and ENPPI, losing two of those matches against Pyramids FC and Zamalek, and drawing one of their most recent five matches against Al Masry. In total, the team was responsible for seven goals scored and six goals allowed. Smouha scored 0.72 goals per game on the road while allowing 0.94 goals per game to be scored against them. The team was shown 32 yellow cards but none of the more serious red cards. Smouha has only managed to keep the ball in their possession an average of 49.60% of the time throughout this season.
Expert Betting Tips
In spite of the fact that both teams are not playing at their best, this game is still going to be a lot of fun to watch. In fact, I anticipate a great deal of breathtaking attacking plays, with goals coming from both teams before the conclusion of the normal time period. The home team, on the other hand, appears to be quite vulnerable, and it does not appear like they have the strength necessary to win this match. In spite of this, I have faith that they will perform admirably and avoid failure.