Pyunik Yerevan – CFR Cluj Free Betting Tips –

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Pyunik Yerevan – CFR Cluj Free Betting Tips

Pyunik will be hoping for a better result here after being defeated in their last match against Wolves, 4-0, in Europa League Qualifiers.

In that match, Pyunik had 48% possession and 4 scoring chances with 4 shots on target. On the other side, Wolverhampton Wanderers had 19 scoring chances with 6 shots on target. Pedro Neto (’54), Morgan Gibbs-White (’58), Rúben Vinagre (’64) and Diogo Jota (’87) scored for Wolves.

Matches involving Pyunik have often been entertaining in recent times, with the presence of many goals being expected. In their last 6 duels, a total of 20 goals have been scored for both teams combined, (averaging 3.33 goals per game) with 7 of those belonging to Pyunik. Knowing that no two matches are ever the same, it remains to be seen if that trend persists in the next encounter.

After being defeated in their previous encounter against Steaua Bucharest in the Liga 1 Play Offs match, CFR Cluj and their fans will be hoping for a better result this time around.

Over the course of their six most recent matches, Dan Petrescu’s CFR Cluj have found the net a total of 11 times. This therefore gives them an average of 1.83 goals scored per game.

Pyunik’s manager, presents no concerns to comment before this game, having a completely healthy team available for selection.

Having a fully healthy team available for selection, CFR Cluj coach Dan Petrescu is free of concerns to talk about before the start of this game.

We are inclined to think that CFR Cluj should score a few more goals than their opponents in this match. At the same time, Pyunik would not find it easy to score any goals, although we would not be surprised to see them avoid keeping a clean sheet. We expect a comfortable 1-3 win for CFR Cluj at the end of normal time.

OVER 2.5 GOALS Odds: 2.00
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Author: Daniel Morgan