Stadium: Cairo Military Academy Stadium
Time: 05.08.2022, 07:30 PM
Relegation-threatened Misr El-Maqasah will host National Bank of Egypt at the Cairo Military Academy Stadium on Friday. The home team are foreordained to be relegated, having won twice in the past twenty-eight matches while the visitors must return to winning ways if they are to finish strong this season.Claim Your Welcome Bonus!
Misr El-Makkasa (18th)
Last five matches: LLLDL
With two wins in the last twenty-eight games, they remain the only team with the fewest wins this season as they are set to play in Division Two next season.
They recorded another defeat against struggling Al Ahly on match day 27 as the visitors snatched all the points to make it sixteen losses for the home team.
Their performance was followed by another shambolic display against Ismaily on matchday 28. They settled for a (1-0) loss as they failed to find the back of the net.
They are literally the worst in the division, with fifteen points in twenty-six matches.
Misr El-Makkasa's problem lies in their striking department, as they have scored the fewest goals in the league (11), and there is almost nothing they can do to survive relegation this season.
They have recorded just a victory in the past thirteen home games with six draws and seven losses.
National Bank of Egypt (7th)
Last five matches: WWLLD
The visitors are winless in the last three games with two losses and a draw. They sit 7th on the log with thirty-eight points in twenty-eight games. They are not fighting for relegation and neither are they trying to catch up with Al Ahly in the CAF Confederation spot.
The National Bank of Egypt recorded a stalemate against El Gouna on matchday 28. Their last three matches have been a result of some glitch or little mistake from them. The loss against Future FC happened because they were reduced to ten men, and there is no way they could defeat Pyramids FC.
National Bank of Egypt have won three, drawn seven and lost four in the last fourteen away games.
Expert Betting Tips
The last three games between both teams have ended in two wins for the National Bank of Egypt and one victory for Misr El-Makasa.
This match is dicey and could go both ways, however, the visitors are the clear favourite here; bet on the away win for 1.85.
The home team have been losing in six out of their last seven games at halftime; bet on the visitor's halftime victory for 2.50.
We expect them to play out a total of under 2.5 goals for 1.65.