Palmeiras vs San Lorenzo prediction, odds & betting tips – 30/05/2024

Palmeiras will host San Lorenzo in the last round of Copa Libertadores group stages on Thursday, 30 May.

Will Palmeiras secure another win in this competition or will San Lorenzo cause an upset? Read our Palmeiras vs San Lorenzo prediction to learn more about this game, but remember to also look at our other Copa Libertadores predictions.

Palmeiras vs San Lorenzo prediction
Can San Lorenzo avoid a loss against Palmeiras? – Photo by Icon Sport

Palmeiras vs San Lorenzo prediction: Guests to put up a fight

While Palmeiras certainly deserve to be the favourites here, they've already secured top spot in the group, while San Lorenzo need at least a point to ensure their place in the next stage.

Key Stats

  • The last three H2H meetings between these two teams have all gone under 2.5 total goals.
  • San Lorenzo have gone under 2.5 total goals in eight of their last nine matches in all competitions.
  • Palmeiras have gone under 2.5 total goals in seven of their previous 11 games across the board.
  • San Lorenzo have avoided a loss in two of the last three duels with Palmeiras.

Pre-game odds and win probability: Palmeiras the more likely winners 

  • HOME: 8/15 (1.53) – 65.20%
  • DRAW: 13/5 (3.60) – 27.80%
  • AWAY: 17/4 (5.25) – 19.00%

*odds from Ladbrokes, subject to change

Looking at these Palmeiras vs San Lorenzo odds, we can see that the hosts are the expected winners, which isn't surprising given how they've dominated their group in Copa Libertadores so far.

However, Palmeiras are already in the next stage and they've secure the top spot in the group. Meanwhile, San Lorenzo are fighting to finish second and they've done well in this competition recently with a couple of wins.

Anyhow, if you liked our predictions for this duel, make sure to check out our top betting tips for today as well.

Last five H2Hs: A tied matchup overall

These two teams have met five times in their history and each of them have won a couple of matches, along with one draw. Palmeiras do have a small advantage in goal difference, but overall, San Lorenzo have been a respectable opponent for them.

Copa Libertadores 04/04/24

San Lorenzo

San Lorenzo

1
Palmeiras

Palmeiras

1

Copa Libertadores 09/05/19

Palmeiras

Palmeiras

1
San Lorenzo

San Lorenzo

0

Copa Libertadores 02/04/19

San Lorenzo

San Lorenzo

1
Palmeiras

Palmeiras

0

Palmeiras preview: A stress-free closing of the group stages

With 13 points from five games in their Copa Libertadores group, Palmeiras have already secured the next stage as the best team in the group. Also, with just one loss in the last 10 games in all competitions, Palmeiras are in great form and having a good season overall.

When it comes to team news, Palmeiras are still without Bruno Rodrigues who's dealing with a knee injury.

Predicted Lineup – Weverton – Rocha, Gomez, Cerqueira, Piquerez – Rios, Ze Rafael – Jhon, Lazaro – Dudu, Endrick

Brazil Serie A 17/06/24

W

Atletico Mineiro

Atletico Mineiro

0

Palmeiras

Palmeiras

4

Brazil Serie A 14/06/24

W

Vasco da Gama

Vasco da Gama

0

Palmeiras

Palmeiras

2

Brazil Serie A 02/06/24

W

Criciuma

Criciuma

1

Palmeiras

Palmeiras

2

Copa Libertadores 30/05/24

D

San Lorenzo

San Lorenzo

0

Palmeiras

Palmeiras

0

Copa do Brasil 23/05/24

D

Botafogo SP

Botafogo SP

0

Palmeiras

Palmeiras

0

San Lorenzo preview: Hoping to secure their place in Round of 16

After only winning one point in the first three rounds of Copa Libertadores, San Lorenzo have won the last couple of games and now they're in a good position to reach the next stage. To achieve this, they either have to avoid a loss to Palmeiras or hope for a draw in the game between Independiente del Valle and Liverpool. They could could even go through with other results, but it might then come down to goal difference.

Meanwhile, Facundo Altamirano is currently the only injured player at the club.

Predicted Lineup: Gomez – Giay, Lujan, Campi, Braida – Ferreira, Remedi – Leguizamon, Barrios, Cuello – Bareiro

Argentina Liga Profesional 15/06/24

L

Union Santa Fe

Union Santa Fe

2

San Lorenzo

San Lorenzo

1

Argentina Cup 07/06/24

W

Chacarita Juniors

Chacarita Juniors

0

San Lorenzo

San Lorenzo

2

Argentina Liga Profesional 03/06/24

L

Sarmiento

Sarmiento

1

San Lorenzo

San Lorenzo

0

Copa Libertadores 30/05/24

D

Palmeiras

Palmeiras

0

San Lorenzo

San Lorenzo

0

Argentina Liga Profesional 20/05/24

D

Lanus

Lanus

1

San Lorenzo

San Lorenzo

1

Player to watch: Raphael Veiga

With two goals and three assists in Copa Libertadores this season, Raphael Veiga has been the most consistent performer for Palmeiras, at least on the offensive end.

Raphael Veiga
Veiga looking for his third goal in Copa Libertadores this season – Photo by Icon Sport

Will Veiga score from a penalty?

While Veiga has yet to score from the penalty spot in Serie A or Copa Libertadores this seasons, he's the team's designated penalty taker and quite confident one at that.


Vladimir’s dreams of becoming a professional basketball player ended a long time ago, but his other dream of becoming a writer came true as he combined his love of writing and sports to become a professional content writer who covers multiple sports, including football, basketball, and tennis.