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While the Boston River vs Cerro Largo duel is not the most interesting one in this round of the Primera Division, this should be a very close match. With that in mind, we have prepared a detailed preview of the game for you, along with some free betting tips.
Our top betting tips and predictions for Boston River vs Cerro Largo
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Boston River and Cerro Largo to Draw
The home team is still looking for the first win in the Uruguayan Apertura, but they’ve had four draws in the last five matches in the league. That, along with the fact that the guests are far from some amazing form themselves, makes us think that a draw in this match is the most likely outcome.
Boston River and Cerro Largo to Draw at Half Time
Since we expect a draw at the end of the game, we also expect the teams to be even at half time. After all, that is the most common way in which the scores are going. However, another reason for our prediction lies in the fact that the previous three h2h duels between Boston River and Cerro Largo have been equal at half time as well.
Both Teams to Score – Yes
Both teams have scored in two of the last four meetings between these two teams, but more importantly, both teams have been playing high-scoring games this season. For example, both teams have scored in 78% matches played by both Cerro Largo and Boston River, so this seems like a very safe bet to us.
Boston River vs Cerro Largo preview: Can Boston River finally win a game?
Even though both teams are not doing great in the Uruguayan Apertura, the guests are in much better form since the home team is still looking for a win in the league. So, let’s take a closer look at both teams ahead of this duel:
The team from Las Piedras has been struggling this season in the Uruguayan Apertura since they are still without a win after nine rounds. In these nine games, Boston River managed to draw four times and they’ve also lost five matches. However, those four draws have all come in the last five matches, so it seems that Boston River is getting into a bit of a form lately.
With just one loss in the last four matches, Cerro Largo is not doing that bad lately. However, the team is not doing that great overall since they are currently sitting in the 10th spot in the standings in a league that has 16 teams. After the first nine rounds, Cerro Largo has three wins, two draws, and four losses.
Frequently asked questions for Boston River vs Cerro Largo
- Which team is the host? Boston River is the host at the Parque Artigas in Las Piedras.
- When will the game begin? The game begins at 4:45 pm BST on Sunday, July 11th.
- Who is the odds favourite? Cerro Largo is the slight favourite at 7/5 odds.