Tigre vs Belgrano prediction, odds & betting tips – 13/06/2024

Tigre vs Belgrano prediction, odds & betting tips – 13/06/2024
Belgrano players celebrate victory against Internacional - Photo by Icon Sport

Belgrano will be hoping to move level on points with the league leaders on Thursday by securing all three points at struggling Tigre.

The hosts sit second from bottom with just a point from their opening four league games and have a problem scoring goals right now.

Visiting Belgrano are looking to make it four wins on the trot in all competitions this week but head into this game as the slight underdog according to the latest bookmaker odds.

Tigre vs Belgrano prediction: Away win on the cards?

Key Stats

  • Belgrano beat Tigre 4-1 when the pair locked horns in March.
  • Tigre have lost four of their last six matches in all competitions.
  • Belgrano have won four of their last five outings in league and cup.
  • Lucas Passerini top scores for the visitors this season with six league goals and the 29-year-old has scored five times in his last eight matches across all competitions.

Pre-game odds and win probability: Tigre the slight favourite

  • HOME: 17/10 (2.70) – 37%
  • DRAW: 28/13 (3.15) – 31.7%
  • AWAY: 19/10 (2.90) – 34.5%

*odds from Ladbrokes, subject to change

You can find all our predictions for today's games on our football betting tips page.

Last five H2Hs: Level pegging

The last five meetings between these two clubs have produced two wins, one draw and two defeats apiece, but it was Belgrano that ran out 4-1 winners when the pair last met back in March.

Argentina Copa de la Liga Profesional 29/03/24

CA Tigre

CA Tigre

1
Belgrano

Belgrano

4

Argentina Copa de la Liga Profesional 07/11/23

Belgrano

Belgrano

0
CA Tigre

CA Tigre

3

Argentina Liga Profesional 25/02/23

Belgrano

Belgrano

0
CA Tigre

CA Tigre

2

Argentina Nacional B 25/07/21

CA Tigre

CA Tigre

0
Belgrano

Belgrano

0

Argentina Nacional B 14/03/21

Belgrano

Belgrano

2
CA Tigre

CA Tigre

1

Tigre preview: Yet to win a league game this season

Tigre suffered a 3-1 defeat at Argentine giants River Plate last time out which left them second from bottom in the Liga Profesional after four games.

Only two Tigre players have scored more than one goal so far this season with Forclaz and Maroni both scoring two goals each.

Predicted lineup: Zenobio (GK), Ortega, Lomónaco, Fernández, Marchese, Maroni, Cardozo, Garay, Galván, Ferreyra & Armoa 

Argentina Liga Profesional 13/06/24

D

Belgrano

Belgrano

1

CA Tigre

CA Tigre

1

Argentina Liga Profesional 02/06/24

L

River Plate

River Plate

3

CA Tigre

CA Tigre

1

Argentina Liga Profesional 24/05/24

L

Racing Club

Racing Club

4

CA Tigre

CA Tigre

0

Argentina Liga Profesional 21/05/24

D

Rosario Central

Rosario Central

1

CA Tigre

CA Tigre

1

Argentina Liga Profesional 12/05/24

L

Estudiantes LP

Estudiantes LP

1

CA Tigre

CA Tigre

0

Belgrano preview: Looking for fourth straight win in all comps

The visitors have secured seven points from their opening four league games and sit 10th in the table as things stand following a 1-0 win over Argentinos Juniors.

Belgrano have goals in them and that should be enough to help guide the visitors to another victory this week against an out-of-form Tigre side.

Ulises Sanchez is a key player in midfield both from a creative and a goalscoring front, someone the Tigre's defence will have to watch out for.

Predicted lineup: Losada (GK), Rébola, Barinaga, Troilo, Reyna, Rolón, González, Baldi, Longo, Suárez & Velazquez

Argentina Liga Profesional 13/06/24

D

CA Tigre

CA Tigre

1

Belgrano

Belgrano

1

Argentina Liga Profesional 01/06/24

W

Argentinos Jrs

Argentinos Jrs

0

Belgrano

Belgrano

1

Copa Sudamericana 29/05/24

W

Internacional

Internacional

1

Belgrano

Belgrano

2

Argentina Liga Profesional 25/05/24

W

Central Cordoba

Central Cordoba

1

Belgrano

Belgrano

2

Argentina Liga Profesional 18/05/24

L

River Plate

River Plate

3

Belgrano

Belgrano

0

Player to watch – Lucas Passerini

Lucas Passerini is enjoying his second season with Belgrano after making the move back to his homeland following spells in Paraguay, Chile and Mexico.

Lucas Passerini player to watch
Lucas Passerini of Belgrano runs through on goal – Photo by Icon Sport

The former Tigre man scored 10 goals in 15 starts last year and has chipped in with six goals in 11 appearances so far this season, so you wouldn't bet against the 29-year-old scoring against his former employers this week.

Will Belgrano's top goalscorer add to his tally?

Passerini is in good form right now with five goals in his last eight games and will be relishing the chance of adding to his tally against a struggling Tigre side that are yet to win in the 2024 Liga Profesional campaign.


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