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Arbroath to win
Under 2.5 goals
These odds from Ladbrokes were correct at the time of writing.
Arbroath vs Inverness – Predictions, Odds & Best Betting Tips
These teams played out a goalless draw last time out meaning things are firmly in the balance. Will either side find a winner this time round? Find out with our Arbroath vs Inverness preview here along with the predictions and free tips we mention along the way.
Arbroath to win
Arbroath will have been delighted with the draw in the first leg; their home form is very strong with just one defeat in their last 10 games on their own patch. Inverness’ away form isn’t terrible but it’s not all that convincing either; they won their last two on the road but, prior to that, they’d won just one in eight. With that in mind, we lean towards an Arbroath victory.
At least one side will blank
No matter what way you look at the both teams to score market you likely come back to a ‘no’ answer. Arbroath have seen both teams net goals in just two of their last five games. Inverness meanwhile have just seen one of their last five end with goals at both ends. Then you’ve got the head to head record to look at; these teams haven’t seen both teams score in the same match in any of the last six clashes.
We don’t see it going north of 2.5 goals
Our final tip for this match is that it will be a match of few goals; specifically we think it will go under 2.5 goals. Arbroath are the biggest risk factor with three of their last five going over that 2.5 threshold but the form shown by Inverness and the head to head record swings is back to backing under. Three of Inverness’ last five games have gone south of 2.5 and just one of the last five head to heads have hit the three goal mark.
The best odds for Arbroath vs Inverness
Arbroath vs Inverness: Team News
Arbroath performed well throughout the Championship season but came up just short of top spot. That said, they were the next best side in the division and with their home form being so strong, they’ll be expecting big things here. They’ll look to Michael McKenna to spark something in the attacking third.
Inverness finished the regular campaign six points behind their hosts but they won’t be thinking of themselves as underdogs here. Scott Allardice vs McKenna will be a big battle and, at the top end, ICT will hope Logan Chalmers can do something special.
The final word on Arbroath vs Inverness
- Who is favourite to win the match? Arbroath are favourites
- When is kick off? 19:45 GMT
- Where is the game being played? Gayfield Park