Stjarnan and Reykjavik meet in the Iceland Urvalsdeild karla on 22.10.2020. At 21:15, the referee will start the game. This fixture sees the currently 4th challenges the 5th in the table. Current statistics of UMF Stjarnan In their last match UMF Stjarnan won 1:0 against Fjölnir. The hosts were able to decide 8 of their 17 games of the recent 6 months in their favour. The home record for the last six months shows three victories, four draws and one loss. In the current season 2020, Stjarnan has so far managed to win 3 out of 8 home games (37.5%). Four games ended in a draw and one game was lost at home. In total, Stjarnan has won 8 out of 17 season games. While it was enough to draw seven games, two matches ended without points. More goals are scored by Runar Pall Sigmundsson’s team in the first 45 minutes of the match. Stjarnan currently scores an average of 1,50 goals per home match and receives 1,38 goals. This results in a total of 2,88 goals per game. A look at last season’s goal record shows UMF Stjarnan at home with an average of 1,73 goals. The average number of goals conceded in front of their own fans is 1,36. In front of their own fans, the team’s games mostly finished 1:3, 2:1 or 3:2 last season. In the current season, the most frequent result in home matches was 1:1, 1:0 or 1:5. Current statistics of KR Reykjavik Reykjavik last played 1:1 against Kopavogs. This season, the team has been winning 5 out of 7 matches in away stadiums (71.43%). Reykjavik has won eight matches and lost five games in the last 6 months, with four games ending in a tie. During that period Reykjavik won five away games while the team lost zero games at away stadiums and two games ended in a tie. There have been 1,57 away goals scored by Runar Kristinsson’s team on average this season. Most of these coming in the second half-time. When Reykjavik plays in front of foreign fans, there is an overall average of 1,86 scored goals per match. Previous season’s statistics show Reykjavik scoring 1,64 goals per away match, while they conceded 1,09 goals. As the away team last season, the side’s game most often ended 2:1, 1:0 or 0:0. Reykjavik’s away matches this season have ended primarily 2:0, 1:1 or 0:0.