Stadium: Our Tampines Hub Stadium
Time: 21.08.2022, 12:30 PM
Geylang International will square off with Balestier Central at Our Tampines Hub Stadium tomorrow. It’s the battle of sixth versus seventh; however, the home side are being tipped to secure the victory here.Claim Your Welcome Bonus!
Geylang International (6th)
Last five games: DWWLD
The Eagles have only lost once in nine games; they have won five and drawn three. Having suffered a heavy defeat at home against Tampines Rovers, they put up one of their best performances of the season when they held Albirex Niigata to a (2-2) draw at home. It will be great to point out that Geylang International were the better side despite playing away from home. They were very close to securing all the points, but their own goal in the 95th minute ensured they left with a point.
Fey lang have been exceptional in recent games with a (1-1) and (2-2) draw against the best teams in the league.
Geylang have won two, drawn four and lost three games at home all season.
Balestier Central (7th)
Last five matches: LLWLW
For the first time this season, Balestier Central recorded a win with five goals difference as they trashed Hougang United (6-1) on their home soil. Nobody knows what inspired the victory; however, they looked clever throughout the encounter. The hosts have won six, drawn two and lost twelve all season.
They had been a terrible side before their last win, conceding the second most goals (50) and scoring the second-fewest (28) this season.
Balestier has won twice and lost seven times away from home this season, scoring the fewest goals (5).
The Tigers are sitting snugly in seventh place with twenty points, four behind Geylang in the sixth, and thirteen ahead of Young Lions at the bottom of the table.
Expert Betting Tips
Geylang International have won twelve and drawn once, while Balestier Central have recorded seven victories in the last twenty games together.
Both teams head into this game on the back of outstanding performance; however, the home side seem to be the clear favourite, having lost once in nine games. We believe they will get the win for 1.75.
Balestier’s 13-goal striker Shuhei Hoshino will serve a one-game ban for yellow card accumulation, while Naufal Azman is sidelined by injury. This will be the second-last match for Akbar Nawas, who has tendered his resignation. Bet on a home win and under 3.5 goals for 2.50.
We expect the home team to get a halftime win for 2.30.