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Ireland, First Division
14 April 23






  • Title : Galway-Bray
Date: 14 Apr 2023  |   Bet: 200  |   Odds: 1.65  |  
Author: Stefan  |   Category: Vip Tips  |   Units: 4/10


Can Galway make it nine straight wins?


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Galway United return home to Eamonn Deacy Park to take on Bray Wanderers on Friday night. United are coming into this top of the table clash after a historic 4-0 victory against Wexford last week, looking to extend their winning run to nine. 

Bray Wanderers sit in second place in the league, nine points behind leaders Galway United, as they look to make it back-to-back wins after they defeated Athlone Town 1-0 last Friday night. 

“Galway are flying – they are well ahead of everybody. But deservedly so” stated Wanderers Head Coach Ian Ryan.
“They have been together a while as a squad and have invested heavily. They are where they expect to be. All be it they’ve probably exceeded their expectations by winning all eight games.
He continued “We know it is a daunting task for us. But we’ll give it a go. We are second in the table on merit. It should be an exciting game.”

And here are some team news from the guests:

Goalkeeper Alex Moody is available after serving a one-match ban.
Defender Len O’Sullivan has recovered from a hamstring problem and resumed training this week.
But midfielder Conor Crowley (broken metatarsal) is side-lined for six-eight weeks.
Eoin Farrell and Joe Power are likely not to be involved due to injury.
Acting skipper Dane Massey is a worry after departing early against Athlone last week.
With skipper Dave Webster and midfielder Darren Craven still building up fitness, both will not feature.
“We were down a couple of bodies last week. We saw that we were still able to get the win and people performed really well. When one door closes another door opens. We’re looking to make a good performance against the league leaders” explained Ryan.

Galway are getting some people back in the spuad and are hot as a pistol. Bray still missing some guys. Therefore I go for the better team with asian -1


Prediction Galway asian -1
Odds 1.65
Start Time 20:45 : 14-Apr-23
Bookmakers Snabbare