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Lion City - Albirex Niigata

With just three league games remaining, leaders Albirex Niigata can seal the Singapore Premier League title with a win over the Lion City Sailors. They are +4 points ahead with the best away stats (7-4-0) in the league and superb striker Kodai Tanaka (25/28) in their ranks. The „Sailors“ have lost three matches in a row for the first time this season, and the last one against mediocre Balestier Khalsa (5:3) was a huge shock. Luka Lalić’s players will face an uphill task against the league leaders as key players Kim Shin-Wook (23/20 top scorer), Diego Lopes (23/9) and Gabriel Quak (21/8) are all major doubts and unlikely to feature. Hariss Harun (23/3) will also serve the first of his two-match suspension for a direct red card last weekend, while defender Pedro Henrique (21/2) remains ruled out due to injury. Forward Amiruldin Asraf (3/0) is also on the treatment table, while Zulqarnaen Suzliman (2/0) is still not match fit. Albirex are unbeaten against the Lion City in the league with four wins and four draws, and this is a great chance to be officially crowned champions for a fifth time.

Away win1.952:4

Ural - Khimki

Ural showed the right attitude under new coach Goncharenko and gradually improved their position in the Premier League standings. They successfully took advantage of the national team break and after it they first beat the Torpedo Moscow in the Cup and then successfully left Moscow with a great 2:4 victory against Lokomotiv. In this form, there are chances for a third win in a row, because sinking Khimki come to Central Stadium in Yekaterinburg. Only absences are Sungatulin (9/0 suspended), Podberezkin (9/0) and Konovalov (6/0). When former coach Yuran left Khimki, everything fell apart. They are without a victory in the last 10 matches, with nine defeats and a draw, and the third coach this season, Spartak Gogniev, is unable to improve the team’s game. Today, key midfielder Mirzov (10/2) is suspended, while Danilkin (5/0), Nikitin (5/0) and Volkov (5/0) are injured. The situation in Khimki, which has collapsed after the unnecessary removal of the remarkable coach Yuran, seems irreversible, and this is an ideal chance for Ural to grab the three points and move out from the red zone.

Home win1.802:1

Austria Vienna II - Grazer

The second team of Austria Vienna. traditionally start in the bottom third of the table and are not yet fully stable, but at Generali Arena in Vienna, they are always hard nut to crack without a defeat after 5 matches (1-4-0). After two away defeats against Dornbirn and Lafnitz, they welcome GAK in order to get back on the winning ways. Only absence is Ibrahima Drame (10/6). GAK coach Gernot Messner was unsatisfied by teams performance in the last two rounds, where they took only one point against Sturm Graz (Am), while they were convincingly defeated away to relegation candidate Rapid Vienna (Am). Due to injuries, out of the squad are Lang (5/0), Gabbichler (4/0), Kiedl (3/0), Gantschnig (1/0) and Zaizen. GAK has only one victory in 5 away matches, and I think that will have a hard task to take the victory.

1X (Double Chance)1.851:1