Segunda Division Predictions

Ibiza vs Cartagena prediction, odds and free betting tips 29/01/2023

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

Ibiza vs Cartagena – Predictions, Odds & Best Betting Tips

Both of these teams arrive into this match in truly horrible form. Will either have enough about them to bag three points? Find out with our Ibiza vs Cartagena preview here along with the predictions and free tips we mention along the way.

Draw

We’ve already told you that both these sides are in horrid form but the words really don’t do it justice. Ibiza have lost each of their last five and Cartagena have lost three and drawn two in the same period. The situation doesn’t become much clearer when looking at home and away form either; Ibiza have won one, drawn two and lost two of their last five at home whilst Cartagena boast the same set of results but on the road. With both teams out of sorts a draw seems the most logical outcome. It’s also what happened last time Ibiza hosted Cartagena.

Under 2.5 goals

Our next prediction for Ibiza vs Cartagena is from the total goals market and we have this game going south of the 2.5 mark. Ibiza have seen four of their last five home games fall short of that marker with a total of nine goals giving them a measly 1.8 goals per game average whilst Cartagena have only seen one of their last five away games break the 2.5 cut off. Their game average sits at a lowly average of 1.4 across that period. Each of the last two head to head games and three of the last five have also gone under 2.5.

Both teams to score – No

Our last tip for this game sees us backing at least one side to blank as we say ‘no’ in the both teams to score market. Ibiza have seen both teams score in just two of their last five games. Cartagena meanwhile have seen a ‘nil’ in each of their last three matches. The reverse fixture earlier this season also failed to produce goals at both ends so, again, there is plenty of evidence of this game featuring a clean sheet!

The best odds for Ibiza vs Cartagena

Head to Head

16/10/22

Spain Segunda SEG

FC Cartagena

FC Cartagena

es

UD Ibiza

2

0

26/07/22

Europe Friendlies Europe

es

UD Ibiza

FC Cartagena

FC Cartagena

1

1

12/02/22

Spain Segunda SEG

es

UD Ibiza

FC Cartagena

FC Cartagena

2

1

10/10/21

Spain Segunda SEG

FC Cartagena

FC Cartagena

es

UD Ibiza

5

1

14/04/19

Spain Segunda B Group 4 Spain

es

UD Ibiza

FC Cartagena

FC Cartagena

1

0

Last Five - UD Ibiza

17/12/23

Spain Primera Division RFEF Group 2 Spain

es

Antequera

es

UD Ibiza

0

3

W

26/11/23

Spain Primera Division RFEF Group 2 Spain

es

CD Castellon

es

UD Ibiza

0

2

W

19/11/23

Spain Primera Division RFEF Group 2 Spain

es

Melilla

es

UD Ibiza

0

3

W

12/11/23

Spain Primera Division RFEF Group 2 Spain

es

Malaga

es

UD Ibiza

1

1

D

02/11/23

Spain Copa del Rey Spain

Villanovense

Villanovense

es

UD Ibiza

2

1

L

Last Five - FC Cartagena

19/05/24

Spain Segunda SEG

Eibar

Eibar

FC Cartagena

FC Cartagena

1

0

L

12/05/24

Spain Segunda SEG

Tenerife

Tenerife

FC Cartagena

FC Cartagena

0

2

W

04/05/24

Spain Segunda SEG

Alcorcon

Alcorcon

FC Cartagena

FC Cartagena

0

1

W

28/04/24

Spain Segunda SEG

Levante

Levante

FC Cartagena

FC Cartagena

0

1

W

22/04/24

Spain Segunda SEG

Oviedo

Oviedo

FC Cartagena

FC Cartagena

0

2

W

Ibiza vs Cartagena: Team News

Ibiza

Ibiza are the Segunda Division’s bottom side and their problems are at both ends of the pitch. They’ve got the worst attack and the worst defence but, for this game, it’s their attacking talents that could prove vital owing to Cartagena not exactly being prolific. Christian Herrera will lead the line and boasts two goals from his last six games. Another one here could be enough for the win.

Ibiza´s News:

The Celestes know that if they do not end their run of bad results, they will soon become the first team to be relegated. Coach Lucas Alcaraz requires some reinforcements to cope with the rest of the season. In the offensive line, two strikers were added, Czech Lukas Julis and Spanish Kaxe. The Argentinian defender Fausto Grillo also arrived in the winter transfer window and has already played two games as a starter.

Cartagena

Cartagena will see this game as very much a winnable encounter and that would be greatly appreciated given how poor their run of form has been. With the Ibiza backline leaky to say the least the likes of Armando Sadiku and Alfredo Ortuno could have a big say on how this game plays out.

Cartagena´s News:

The Zebras have stagnated in mid-table after several matchdays without a win. The club decided not to make many changes, and this month only the Spaniard Iban Martos joined the team. The left-back hopes to add quality and create internal competition to improve the defensive line. However, Luis Miguel Carrion hopes that his team will recover the level with which they started the season.

The final word on Ibiza vs Cartagena

Ibiza vs Cartagena prediction

  • Who won the last head-to-head meeting? Cartagena
  • When is kick-off? 8 PM GMT
  • Where is the game being played? Estadi Municipal de Can Misses


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