Athlone Town vs Bray Wanderers: Tips

new typeFootballPosted on October 27,2020


On 27.10.2020, Athlone and Bray will cross swords in the League of Ireland First Division. The referee will get the game underway at 20:45. The present 9th meet the 2nd placed team.

Current statistics of Athlone Town AFC

In their last match Athlone Town AFC lost 3:1 against Rovers B. The home team has won 3 out of 15 matches in the past six months. The team has had one win, one draw and five defeats at their home stadium. In the current season, Athlone won 12.5% (1 out of 8) of the matches in their own stadium. 1 times it was enough to score one point, while 6 times the guests took all points. In total, Athlone has won 3 out of 17 season games. While it was enough to draw three matches, eleven matches ended without points.

After the half-time break, coach Terry Butler’s team is able to score most of their goals. According to current statistics, Athlone will score 1,25 goals in each home game and will concede 3,25 goals, which is 4,50 goals in total per match in front of their own fans. Previous season, Athlone Town AFC scored an average of 1,29 goals at home. At the same time, the team conceded 2,50 goals per home match. In front of their own fans, the team’s games mostly finished 2:2, 0:2 or 1:1 last season. In the current season, home matches most often end 0:4, 1:3 or 2:4.

Current statistics of Bray Wanderers AFC

Bray last lost 0:1 against Galway. This season, the team has been victorious in 5 out of 8 away games so far (62.5%). Bray has won ten games and lost three matches in the last 6 months, with two matches ending in a draw. In games in away stadium five wins were achieved. One game was lost while one match ended without a winning team.

Gary Cronin’s team scores 1,88 away goals per game this season, mainly in the second 45 minutes of the game. On average, 3,13 goals are scored when Bray plays in foreign stadiums. Last season, Bray had an average of 1,29 goals for and 1,07 against in their away games. As the away team last season, the side’s game most often ended 0:1, 0:2 or 2:1. Bray’s most likely played away 2:0, 3:1 or 2:1 in the present season.


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