Beitar Jerusalem go into this game following a 1-1 Ligat HaAl drawn game vs Hapoel Jerusalem. The only name on the scoresheet from Beitar Jerusalem was Danilo Moreno (85′). Matches involving Beitar Jerusalem have often been lively ones lately with high scoring being a common characteristic. Over their past six clashes alone, a grand total of 27 goals have gone in for both sides combined (at an average of 4.5 goals per game) with 15 of these belonging to Beitar Jerusalem.
Maccabi Tel Aviv will go into the meeting following a 3-0 Ligat HaAl win vs FC Ashdod in their previous game. The only scorer from Maccabi Tel Aviv was Eran Zahavi (76′). The trend of at least one team not scoring a goal in games involving Maccabi Tel Aviv has been evident recently. Looking at their last six outings reveals that this has occurred 5 times.
During those clashes, opposing sides have hit a goal aggregate of 1 and Maccabi Tel Aviv have scored 15. We will just have to find out whether or not that trend can be continued on here.
In our view, Beitar Jerusalem will likely create enough chances to find the back of the net against this Maccabi Tel Aviv lineup, although one goal probably won’t be as many as they’ll concede.
Therefore, we’re predicting a narrow 1-2 victory for Maccabi Tel Aviv after the 90. Looking forward to seeing how this one unfolds.
A review of their past head-to-head meetings going back to 01/07/2020 reveals that these encounters have been miserable for Beitar Jerusalem. They’ve not been able to get themselves any victories whatsoever while Maccabi Tel Aviv have been too good for them, running out winners in 83 per cent of those matches.
A sum of 17 goals were yielded between them during those clashes, with 3 of them from The Menorah and 14 coming from The Yellows. The average goals per game has been 2.83.
The last league clash between the two was Ligat HaAl match day 5 on 17/09/2022 when it finished Maccabi Tel Aviv 4-0 Beitar Jerusalem.
This match will start from 12:00 am
This match will take place on 17 January 2023
Looking at personnel, there is just the lone fitness concern for the Beitar Jerusalem boss Yossi Abukasis to be concerned about due to a largely intact set of players. Dan Azaria (Foot Injury) is sidelined.
Maccabi Tel Aviv has some current player fitness concerns. Idan Nachmias (Cruciate Ligament Rupture) and Ofir Davidzada (Bruised Knee) will miss out on this game.
Israeli, Maksim Grechkin, Ori Dahan, Orel Dgani, Amit Cohen, Adi Yona, Ofir Kriaf, Trazie Thomas Zai, Yarden Shua, Stav Nachmani and Danilo Moreno.
Daniel Peretz, Ofir Davidzada, Enric Saborit, Nir Bitton, Sheran Yeini, Andre Geraldes, Eyal Golasa, Gavriel Kanichowsky, Dan Glazer, Djordje Jovanovic and Eran Zahavi.
Turning to the betting odds on the WDW market, victory for Beitar Jerusalem can be had for 9, a bet on a draw is 5.5 & selecting a victory for Maccabi Tel Aviv gets you 1.29. These are the most competitive bets on offer as of now.
Our expert partners are tipping over 1.5 goals for this match.
Israeli Premier League games are broadcast live on Sport 1, Sport 1 HD, and Sport 2 channels, with the big match of the week which is reserved to be shown by Sport 5 and Channel 1 HD network television.
Beitar Jerusalem vs M. Tel-Aviv a great match to watch, Beitar Jerusalem will win.
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