EASY Stacks for Bettors in the Nigerian Professional Football League
Getting your predictions right when looking into the Nigerian Professional League might seem slightly off for some tipsters but when you know your way around it, I'm certain you're going to be winning almost 90% of your bets, pocketing huge profits every weekday or weekend 🤑.
The Nigerian league may appear to be tough or somewhat unprofessional for bettors to beat the bookies but it's actually quite the opposite. The only one tip that works 70% of the time and has been working over the years is that you need not worry yourself in assessing how well or bad the Away teams are performing, but rather focus on the home teams performance. This is because almost 90% of the home teams win their games and at worse, they end it in a full time draw. Another thing to note is that even the best teams in the league normally have poor away records
More often than not, in the Nigerian league, the fans of the home teams always have a huge impact on the outcome of the game or the officiating of the referees, which gives the home team huge confidence and puts them at advantage especially when the atmosphere favours them. A lot of the time, the home team fans pose threat to the visiting team fans through intimidation and in some cases it result to violence especially when the away team wins the game.
Enough of the important things to note in the NPFL, so let's talk about game review and prediction of the anticipated game this weekend between Eyimba United and Kano Pillars will definitely be an unforgiving game-week between both teams. Although, this is just the 5th round of the NPFL with many matches still left to draft some points, but it still promises to be an entertaining game to watch due to the fact that both teams are always considered the favorites to win the tittle.
Coming to this game, the guests, Kano Pillars seems to be having an excellent performance since the start of new season. Contending against one of the strongest teams in the league on their own soil, this might be somehow difficult to get a positive results at the ABA stadium, so it's expected that Eyimba should secure the much needed three(3) points.
Like I said earlier, a home match is normally a huge advantage to the home team in the NPFL. Although, the host are coming off a 2-0 loss against a mediocre Heartland's team in their previous round, so playing this round at home against one of the leagues favorites, Kano Pillars, I believe this might just be the perfect opportunity to secure all maximum points coupled with the fact that the guests have slim chance of winning.
The stellar have a good start of the season and a perfect record in the CAF competition, so I believe coach Fatai Osho and his boys are fully prepared entering this game with the highest sense of comfort and confidence that they are gonna be taking all three (3) points. Also, the host have never lost a single game at home against Kano Pillars in their last three (3) encounters having won every single game, so this might be another added advantage for the host if they play with the right spirit
The guests on the other hand are not in a very good form having won just two games and two draws in the last 4 matches played. So apart from the fact that the home teams always seems to win 80% of their home games, they are also no match for Enyimba United when visiting the ABA stadium, judging from their previous head to head meetings.
Also, the morale of the team is somehow declining prior to their previous game against Plateau United, which they won 1-0 which was even a home win. Coach Lionel Emmanuel Soccoia and his team might hope to secure at least a point in this round, but I don't think that would be possible.
- Enyimba United has won their last 3 games at home against Kano Pillars
- Both teams have managed to play Under 2.5 goals in 5 of their previous matches
Both Enyimba United and Kano Pillars are desperately in dire need of this game just to get into a favorable position on the table, but right now, the host Enyimba is so much better team than their opponent, Kano Pillars, and I think they would surely wanna continue their stellar performance to the new season. Although, the gap between the two teams on the rankings is not really big, in which the home team is currently ranked 10th with just few games played compared to the visitors who has played all 4 games, and currently ranked 3rd on the league standings. However, that still doesn't change the fact that the host are the huge favorites to win this round. Therefore, I'm banking on home team win.
Pick: Enyimba Win
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