Valour FC - HFX Wanderers
Canada Premier League - IG Field
*These betting odds were correct at the time of publication but are subject to change.
Valour vs HFX Wanderers Predictions for the Canadian Premier League
Bottom-of-the-table Valour is hosting HFX Wanderers on the 7th of October in a game that the team simply must win in order to save face. Would that be the case? Find out the answer in the following Valour vs HFX Wanderers betting tips below.
HFX Wanderers to Win
- HFX Wanderers won four of the last five matches against this opponent.
- Coach Patrice Gheisar has never lost a game against Valour, as he has two victories and a draw in three official games.
- Valour are at the bottom of the table in the Canadian Premier League, with barely six matches won in 27 attempts.
BTTS – No
- A shocking 100.0% of the last 10 Valour vs HFX Wanderers head-to-heads resulted without goals galore.
- HFX Wanderers have the 2nd-best defensive record in the league, with 32 goals conceded, which is surely a plus in favor of our Valour vs HFX Wanderers prediction.
- Two of Valour’s last three league games had no BTTS.
Exclusive Valour vs HFX Wanderers Odds and Match Stats
Take a closer look at these Valour vs HFX Wanderers head-to-head stats. They’ll explain some of the Valour vs HFX Wanderers predictions we had earlier.
Valour odds: +140 – 40.9%
Draw odds: +245 – 17.0%
HFX Wanderers odds: +130 – 42.1%
Despite having the home-field advantage, Valour are the underdogs in this Canadian Premier League match, with barely a 40.9% win probability at +140. HFX Wanderers are the expected winners, as they have a 42.1% chance to scoop the final three points before the final part of the season commences. BTTS – No is probably the safest bet you can make in the Canadian Premier League this week, as you saw in the Valour vs HFX Wanderers predictions above. Our betting pick is priced at -135, giving it a massive 57.45% chance of success.
Valour vs HFX Wanderers Lineups & Team News
We mentioned earlier in our article that two of Valour’s previous three league outings had no BTTS. It should’ve been three out of three, as coach Phillip Dos Santos definitely didn’t deserve to score in last week’s game against Cavalry, as Valour barely produced two shots on target. You see why we can’t favor the home team in our Valour vs HFX Wanderers prediction.
Predicted lineup – Yesli (GK), Haynes, Cela, Jean-Baptiste, Baquero, Campbell, Polisi, Gutierrez, de Brienne, Ponce & Niyongabire
The below-mentioned players were the ones coach Patrice Gheisar opted to give a chance in last week’s clash with Forge. They repaid his faith in the best possible way – with a 2-1 win over coach Smyrniotis’ team. We believe Gheisar will reward these starters with another chance in the visit at Investors Group Field.
Predicted lineup – Fillion (GK), Ruby, Nimick, Loughrey, Timoteo, Callegari, Ferrin, Omar, Daniels, Coimbra & Perruzza
Player to Watch: Lorenzo Callegari
Lorenzo Callegari may not be the most frequent scorer for coach Patrice Gheisar but he’s still definitely one of the most useful players at his disposal. The defensive midfielder is the key culprit to blame for HFX Wanderers’ tremendous defensive performance this season. Furthermore, he does have six assists to his name this season, which makes him the most creative player on the team. Surely, he’ll be among the starters for HFX Wanderers in the last league game before the final stage of the campaign.
*Starting lineups are usually announced 1hr before the kick-off