King Faisal vs Legon Cities
Dr Kwame Kyei Sports Complex - Abrankese
In the Ghana Premier League's round 33 matchup, King Faisal will play host to Legon Cities at the Dr. Kwame Kyei Sports Complex in Abrankese.Grab Your Signup Bonus!
King Faisal - Faisal working had to avoid relegation
In their previous league games, King Faisal had a record of 0 wins, 4 losses against Accra Hearts of Oak, Tamale City FC, Samartex, and Medeama, and 1 tie with Bechem United. King Faisal were only able to score one goal while giving up ten in those matchups. During the current league season, King Faisal has scored 0.84 goals on average in every game they have played. This season, King Faisal's team has an average possession rate of 49.60 percent, indicating that they are unable to retain the ball in their hands.
Legon Cities - will look to build on their last win
Legon Cities comes into this match having won three of their most recent five matches against Acra Lions, Nsoatreman, and Accra Hearts of Oak and losing to Dreams and Bechem United. The visiting club only managed to score seven goals while giving up a total of eight in that span. When playing away from home, Legon Cities had a goal scoring average of 1.09 and a goals against average of 1.03. The team was shown a total of 47 cautions, including 46 yellow cards and 5 red cards for disciplinary reasons. The percentage of time that Legon Cities has had control of the ball throughout the entire season is a very respectable 50.92% on average.
King Faisal and Legon Cities have have met 19 times in the previous seasons, with King Faisal winning 5 games and Legon Cities FC winning 10 games. A total of four of the games were decided by a draw. In the head-to-head matchups, King Faisal scored 16 goals, while Legon Cities FC scored 24.
Expert Betting Tips
Despite the fact that the odds are stacked against them, I do not see King Faisal coming out on the losing end here. Despite the fact that they won their most recent battle, Legon Cities are not playing to their full potential. After giving this contest some serious thought, I can predict with complete certainty that both of the competing clubs will score goals.