Segunda Division Predictions

Cartagena vs Huesca prediction, odds and free tips 14/01/2023

These odds from Ladbrokes were correct at the time of writing.

Another interesting matchup in the upcoming round of La Liga 2 is the Cartagena vs Huesca duel. Here’s our preview of this match and some of our free betting predictions for it.

Our betting tips and picks for Cartagena vs Huesca

If you need a bit of help to determine what is the right bet for Cartagena vs Huesca, check our top predictions for this game here:

Cartagena and Huesca to Draw

With both teams struggling to get any wins in recent games, this will likely be a very close game, especially since both teams are still in the top half of the standings and relatively close to the playoff zone.

Clearly, Cartagena has the home-court advantage, but Huesca is a team that’s capable of beating anyone in Segunda. So, a draw in this match sounds like the most realistic outcome.

Cartagena and Huesca to Draw at Half Time

As we already said that we expect a draw in this game, we can also see Cartagena and Huesca being tied at half time as well, which often happens in games that end without a winner.

Furthermore, Cartagena drew at half time in 16 of their 22 games in Segunda this season, while Huesca did the same in 11 of their 22 games in the league so far.

Under 2.5 Total Goals

Although the last two h2h meetings between Cartagena and Huesca have gone over 2.5 total goals, we don’t see that happening on Saturday and we expect the game to go under 2.5 total goals.

After all, Huesca averaged just 1.68 goals per game in the league so far, while Cartagena averaged 2.05 goals per game in La Liga 2 this season, which bodes well for our prediction.

Cartagena vs Huesca preview: Two teams in poor forms to meet

Cartagena

With three wins and one draw in the last four matches in Segunda, Cartagena is clearly not in their best of forms at the moment. Overall, the team remains in the top half of the standings and currently they are still just three points behind places that lead to playoffs. Meanwhile, Damian Musto is out with an injury, while Pedro Alcala is suspended right now.

Huesca

Only one win in the last six games in La Liga 2 is far from a great haul for Huesca, who also notched three draws and a couple of losses in that span. After that run, the team is now in 11th spot in the standings, so right in the middle of it, and three points behind their next opponent Cartagena. On the bright side, Huesca has no injured or suspended players at this moment.

Top odds and key stats for Cartagena vs Huesca

If you want to bet on the highest Cartagena vs Huesca odds, check our list of odds from the main UK betting sites:

Head to Head

21/08/22

Spain Segunda SEG

Huesca

FC Cartagena

2

3

08/01/22

Spain Segunda SEG

FC Cartagena

Huesca

0

3

22/08/21

Spain Segunda SEG

Huesca

FC Cartagena

2

0

Last Five - FC Cartagena24329

14/01/23

Spain Segunda SEG

24265

Huesca

24329

FC Cartagena

0

0

D

08/01/23

Spain Segunda SEG

33779

Granada

24329

FC Cartagena

1

0

L

03/01/23

Spain Copa del Rey Spain

2819

Villarreal

24329

FC Cartagena

5

1

L

20/12/22

Spain Copa del Rey Spain

24322

Alcorcon

24329

FC Cartagena

1 (2)

1 (4)

W

17/12/22

Spain Segunda SEG

2835

Racing Santander

24329

FC Cartagena

3

0

L

Last Five - Huesca24265

14/01/23

Spain Segunda SEG

24329

FC Cartagena

24265

Huesca

0

0

D

09/01/23

Spain Segunda SEG

2848

Albacete

24265

Huesca

1

1

D

18/12/22

Spain Segunda SEG

2854

Burgos

24265

Huesca

1

1

D

10/12/22

Spain Segunda SEG

2815

Real Zaragoza

24265

Huesca

3

0

L

07/12/22

Spain Segunda SEG

610334 1

FC Andorra

24265

Huesca

0

1

W

Cartagena vs Huesca FAQs

Cartagena vs Huesca

  • Where will the game be held? The game will be held at Estadio Municipal Cartagonova in Cartagena.
  • When is the match starting? The match is starting at 1 pm GMT on Saturday, January 14th.
  • What was the score in the last duel between these two teams? Cartagena beat Huesca 3-2 in their last duel.

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