Stadium: CCM Kirumba Stadium
Time: 29.10.2022. 04:00 PM
Following their hard-fought win over KMC, Young Africans will lock horns with Geita Gold at the CCM Kirumba Stadium on Saturday. The home side have the advantage here as Young Africans will play Club Africain in the CAF tournament three days later.Claim Your Welcome Bonus!
Geita Gold (8th)
Last five games: LWDWW
The home side are back on their feet, having gone five games without a win in their opening five games. They have won back-to-back games for the first time this season as they defeated Ruvu Shooting at home.
Since their setback in the CAF competition, the home side have lost once, drawn one, and won three in the last five games. Their performance has improved over the previous four games, and a win here will further strengthen them in their pursuit of a top-four finish.
Geita Gold have won just a game at home the season, with two ending in a stalemate.
Young Africans (1st)
Last five games: DWWDW
The Yanga Boys escaped another stalemate, beating KMC (1-0) a few days ago. A game that witnessed lots of chances on both ends ended in favour of the home side. Feisal Salum was the match's hero after coming off the bench to secure his team all the points.
The victory means Young Africans have now won five out of their last seven games, with two ending in a draw. Young Africans are undefeated in the previous forty-four games in the league and have won all their last three away games.
Expert Betting Tips
Both sides have met twice in the league, and Young Africans have won the games on both occasions with (a 1-0) scoreline.
It’s going to be difficult for the visitors, who have been struggling in the last two games. Not just that, Yanga Boys will be hosting a Tunisian-based club in three days. We expect both sides to settle for a halftime draw here for 1.80.
The home side win or draw and under 2.5 goals might surface here for 2.70.
Bet on a full-time draw for 2.75.