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River Plate - Huracan
Argentina Superliga Cup - Estadio Monumental Antonio Vespucio Liberti
* Betting odds were correct at the time of publication but are subject to change
River Plate and Huracan cross swords in the Argentine league on Saturday, October 04th in what promises to be a close contest between two ambitious sides that sit in the top 4. Can River extend their lead at the top of the table? Will Huracan have enough goals in them to cause an upset?
River Plate vs Huracan predictions and betting tips
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River Plate to Win
- This calendar year River have been near-perfect at home in league games – W17 D0 L1.
- Leaders River are also undefeated in the last 9 rounds – W7 D2.
- River won 3 of the last 5 H2Hs – D1 L1.
Borja to Score Anytime
- Miguel Borja scored 4 goals in the last 3 rounds for River.
- Borja has also scored 4 goals in the last 4 home matches.
- He has 11 league goals in 17 appearances this year.
Top betting odds and key stats for River Plate vs Huracan
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Now, let's take a better look at the best markets and odds we found for this duel:
River Plate odds: 1/2 (1.50) – 50.0% Probability
Draw odds: 57/17 (4.35) – 23.0% Probability
Huracan odds: 16/5 (4.20) – 23.8% Probability
As we can see, the bookies see River Plate to be the expected winners in this match, with a 50.00% win probability. Regarding other markets, Borja to be First Goalscorer is our recommendation to consider at 3/1 (4.00) – 25.00%.
River Plate – Huracan preview: latest form, news, and potential lineups
Read all of the latest injury updates and team news for this duel, including our predicted River Plate vs Huracan lineups.
River Plate had to show character last weekend to extend their unbeaten run to 9 (W7 D2). Conceded very early on their visit to Gimnasia La Plata and only thanks to 2 very late goals turned the tables and won 2-1. Played well only inside the final 30 minutes but that was enough.
Continue to top the table and dominate almost every game at home. River won 17 of their 18 home league games this calendar year.
Defender Lecanda and the important wide midfielder De La Cruz remain in the treatment room.
Armani (GK), Simon, Gonzalez, P. Diaz, E. Diaz, Colidio, Perez, Fernandez, Lanzini, Barco & Borja
Huracan remain in the top 3 despite losing their form in recent weeks (W1 D1 L3). Last weekend boring 0-0 home draw vs Baracas was registered. The display was toothless and the only positive from it was that defensively Huracan looked very solid.
Uruguayan striker Coccaro remains the main hope up front but he lost his form lately. Failed to score in 8 of the last 9 rounds.
Huracan don’t seem to have any injury issues and the manager might consider refreshing the front line.
Chaves (GK), Souto, Pereira, Carizo, Ibanez, Echeverria, Alarcon, Fertoli, Perez, Coccaro & Mazzantti
The teams usually announce their starting lineups one hour before the start of the game.
Player to Watch: Manuel Lanzini
River Plate’s playmaker Manuel Lanzini is a man under pressure right now. The 30-year-old ex-West Ham player started all of the 11 games since joining the club this summer but he is yet to score.
Lanzini has 4 assists but his first goal for the club is yet to come and there are signs the fans and the manager are starting to get impatient with him. Lanzini needs to open his goal account and he needs to do it soon. Could this be the game?