Belgrano - CA Tigre
Argentina Superliga Cup - Estadio Julio Cesar Villagra
* Betting odds were correct at the time of publication but are subject to change.
Top Odds and Best Predictions for Belgrano vs Tigre
Belgrano is entering this match versus Tigre as the overwhelming favorite.
Belgrano to Win
- Belgrano is undefeated in all six home games during the competition
- Tigre lost three out of their last four outings
- Tigre won the last h2h battle versus Belgrano with a 2-0 score away from home
Both Teams to Score – No
- Belgrano has played three negative BTTS games in the past five matches
- Tigre covered the bet in question four times in a five-game span
- Three out of the previous five h2h matchups ended with at least one team failing to score
Current Statistics and Odds for Belgrano vs Tigre prediction
Belgrano's last six matches: DDWWDL
Tigre's last six matches: DDLLLW
Here are the top stats for the game along with a tool to help you pick the best odds.
This is how the bookies have set up the Belgrano vs Tigre odds:
Belgrano odds: 5/4 (2.25) – 44.4%
Draw odds: 11/5 (3.20) – 31.3%
Tigre odds: 12/5 (3.40) – 29.4%
Belgrano is the expected winner in this matchup versus Tigre with a probability margin set at 44 percent. The home team leads its group and suffered their first defeat in the Copa de la Liga Profesional during the club's last match. Follow our football betting tips page for the current offers around the markets and these are some choices you have concerning this particular Belgrano vs Tigre clash: Under 8.5 Corners bet could get you odds of 1/1 (2.00) – 50% and Lucas Passerini getting on the Scoresheet Anytime is priced at 3/1 (3.00) – 33.3%.
Match Preview, Team Information, and Belgrano vs Tigre Lineups
The home team is still the top side in Group B of Copa de la Liga Profesional with the same number of points as Godoy Cruz and Central Cordoba. Belgrano suffered their first loss in the competition last week going down to Lanus with two unanswered goals. Ignacio Tapia is injured while Erik Godoy is suspended.
Possible lineup: Losada, Barinaga, Rebola, Novaretti, Diarte, Longo, Rolon, Sanchez, Lencioni, Vega, Passerini.
On the other side of the Group B standings, Tigre is at the very bottom with only a couple of wins on the record in eleven games played. Tigre did, however, win their second match last week against Godoy Cruz and will hope that this confidence will give them an extra boost versus Belgrano. Agustin Obando, Tomas Badaloni, and Ijiel Protti are missing out through injury.
Possible lineup: S. Rojas, Prieto, Luciatti, R. Rojas, Garay, Paradela, Cardozo, Menossi, Molinas, Forclaz, Lopez Patron.
Player to Watch: Lucas Passerini
The best player between these teams is by far Lucas Passerini. The versatile Belgrano striker has scored seven goals during the team's Copa de la Liga Profesional campaign and will be looking to add some extra numbers to his tally during Belgrano's match against the first team in the group.
Passerini has started all eleven games his team has played thus far and added an assist to his record while participating in more than half of all the goals his club scored. This is Passerini's first season at the club after joining the team in August from Chile's La Calera.
Starting lineups are usually released 60 minutes before kick-off.