Free Betting Tip - St. Johnstone vs. Inverness – Premiership Relegation
- Title : Free Betting Tip - St. Johnstone vs. Inverness – Premiership Relegation
Almost all decisions were made in Scotland. Only the last vacant spot for the new first division season is still open. St. Johnstone and Inverness are arguing about this on Monday evening. According to the odds, the team that is currently higher in the class has the better chance of staying in the class against the second division team. Tension is nevertheless inevitable.
The two clubs met at eye level in the first leg. Despite a 2-0 half-time lead for the first division team, Inverness was able to equalize in the second round and make the final score 2-2. In the second leg at McDiarmid Park, it will be important for the outsider to keep the zero for as long as possible and to set pinpricks in the transition game as the game progresses. So there's a lot to be said for a competitive encounter.
St. Johnstone loves these do-or-die games
The first half of the first leg in particular gives hope for a positive result, when the favorites were already 2-0 up and actually had everything under control. However, two late goals in the last 20 minutes spoiled the very good starting position. Nevertheless, the Davidson team have everything in their own hands in front of their home crowd and that the club from Perth like such "Do-or-Die" games, they have proven time and again in the cup in recent years.
However, one cannot believe in an offensive spectacle, after all, in the regular season, the Saintees only scored exactly two goals on average in home games. The blue and whites were only able to mark 14 of their own goals in their own stadium. Over the entire season, the European Cup participants also provided the weakest offensive in the Scottish Premiership.
In the five matches of the relegation round alone, only three goals were scored, in four out of five cases the under 2.5 would have gone through. Consequently, we are also aiming for a tip on a maximum of two goals in the course of the game in the relegation leg St. Johnstone against Inverness on Monday evening. Tony Gallacher, Chris Kane, David Wotherspoon and Craig Bryson are all out injured. However, no significant changes are expected compared to the first leg.
Estimated formation of St. Johnstone:
Clark; Cleary, Gordon, McCart; Rooney, Hallberg, Davidson, MacPherson, Brown; Hendy, Middleton
St Johnstone FC/Draw & BTTS Yes
|Prediction||1st goal St. Johnstone|
|Start Time||20:45 : 23-May-22|