Match Preview: Den Bosch 0-1 G.A. Eagles Prediction and Betting Tips | Netherlands (Eredivisie)

Den Bosch – G.A. Eagles betting tips for today, May 22, 2019

Kick-off: 17:30 Den Bosch – G.A. Eagles
Football: Netherlands – Eredivisie
Tip: Over 2.5 Goals
Odds: 1.53
Bookmaker: Bet365
Match Result: 0:1 LOST

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Den Bosch’s last home game of the regular season brought a 2-0 victory over G.A Eagles, with the ‘Blue-White Dragons’ scoring in both halves, but can they do it again? The first leg saw a thrilling affair in which Den Bosch took the lead twice, with G.A Eagles equalising each time to see both teams score in both halves of the game.
Scoring the opening goal in the vast majority of their home league games (73.68%) this term, Den Bosch aren’t goal-shy. However, they have opened the scoring and failed to win in three of their last five home matches (W2, D2, L1).
Followers of the G.A Eagles rarely see a dull opening-45 when playing away; just two (10.53%) of their 19 regular season away games were goalless at the interval. Moreover, almost half (47.37%) of their away games saw over 1.5 first-half goals.
Encouragingly, the entertainment value in games involving G.A Eagles has not often come at a price to the team itself, as they have conceded an equaliser on only four of 12 occasions in which they took a lead away from home in 2018/19.
Players to watch: Den Bosch loan-man Vincent Vermeij has scored a stoppage time winner in two of his last three appearances, getting one against the Eagles.
Eagles top-scorer Thomas Verheijdt (13) is enduring a four-game barren run, directly following a run of six goals from six games prior. He has been booked in two of the last three H2Hs.
Stat attack: Two thirds of Den Bosch victories this season have come by at least a two-goal margin.
Visiting coach John Stegeman has a winless record against Den Bosch in three encounters (D2, L1).
Each of G.A Eagles’ last six Eerste Divisie away defeats to yield a multi-goal losing margin have seen them concede at least once between the 31st-45th minute.

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