Petaling Jaya CFC vs Sabah
Hang Jebat Stadium, Malaysia.
26.07.22 at 16:00
Penang FA have truly defied the odds by booking their place in the FA Cup semi-finals, where they will face Johor Darul Ta'zim, but for now they will have to do everything in their power to beat Melaka United if they are to climb out of their current position.Receive Your Welcome Bonus!
They have another chance at home against Penang FA, who have risen to the occasion in their recent FA tournament, after being pleased with their result against Petaling Jaya CFC, in which they were able to salvage a point and end the game in a 2-2 draw.
Going up against Penang FC, who had a hectic weekend schedule, with a fully rested team this time around shouldn't be too difficult to outperform the guests and earn three points.
The visitors had control of the situation during their first meeting of the year, which took place in March, making it a very tense affair. However, they were once again able to save a point thanks to an own goal by the visitors to end the day with a 1-1 tie.
Things could take a different turn for the visitors, with the hosts looking to get back to winning ways, and more importantly, getting a win will be the top priority on their minds.
Overcoming a significant two-goal deficit from Pahang, the visitors pulled off a 5-2 comeback to advance to the Malaysian FA Cup semi-finals, where they will face Johor Darul Ta'zim.
They've come a long way for a team that is currently bottom of the Malaysian Super League, but reality is something they can't escape at the moment, with their league form being far too obvious to ignore.
They certainly do have a stronghold over the hosts' for various reasons, and with all of the cards on the deck properly shuffled, something positive could come out of this encounter, and maybe they can get out of the 12th position.
Expert Betting Tips
Their blunder against Petaling Jaya CFC resulted in a point rather than three, but with home advantage, they can get things right against Penang and this will be a certain win rather than another draw.
Penang may be buoyed by their successful Malaysian FA Cup victory over Pahang, but I doubt things have improved on their side, and it will take more than that to seriously keep the hosts on edge.
Backing the home team to win and should have no trouble claiming three points, combining the pick with a draw to be on the safe side with under 3.5 goals total is perfectly fine.
- 1X and TU 3.5 for 1.80
- Under 3 Goals for 1.60
- Melaka United for 1.80