In that contest, Austria Vienna possessed 58% of the ball and made 22 attempts on goal, scoring on six of them. Aleksandar Jukic (56′) and Reinhold Ranftl (4′) scored goals for Austria Vienna.
Austria Lustenau made 8 attempts towards goal, four of which were successful. For SC Austria Lustenau, goals were scored by Anderson (34′) and Lukas Fridrikas (27′).
Recent Austria Vienna games haven’t been clean. Austria Vienna has surrendered 12 goals in their past 6 games. This trend may not continue.
Hapoel Be’er Sheva will be looking to redeem themselves after losing their previous Ligat HaAl contest against Maccabi Haifa.
Tomer Hemed (2′) was the lone Hapoel Be’er Sheva scorer. For Maccabi Haifa, goals were scored by Omer Atzili (40′) and Frantzdy Pierrot (90′).
Prior to this match, Hapoel Be’er Sheva had no trouble breaching the defences of their opponents, scoring 12 goals in their previous six games.
Although its manager Elyaniv Barda will undoubtedly view that as encouraging, Hapoel Be’er Sheva may also strengthen its defence after allowing goals in 5 of those same matches.
Austria Vienna vs Hapoel Be’er Sheva – Betting Analysis
Armand Smrcka (ligament), Marko Raguz (unknown injury), Muharem Huskovic (hip), Matan Baltaxa (ankle), and Florian Wustinger are out for Austria Vienna goalkeeper Manfred Schmid (cruciate ligament rupture).
The Hapoel Be’er Sheva manager Elyaniv Barda does not have any significant fitness concerns going into this match because he has a fully injury-free roster to choose from.’
Austria Vienna vs Hapoel Be’er Sheva – Head-to-Head