Ayr vs Partick Thistle – Prediction, and Match Preview
Ayr vs Partick Thistle – After losing to Partick Thistle 3-0 in their previous match in the Premiership Playoffs, Ayr United won’t want a repetition of that performance here.
Partick Thistle received a goal from Jack McMillan (16 minutes) and two goals from Brian Graham (50 and 72 minutes) respectively.
Ayr United have scored a total of five goals in their previous six games while Lee Bullen has been the head coach. This gives them an average of 0.83 goals per game.
We’ve seen goals 24 times in the previous six games Partick Thistle have played, giving us a mean average of four goals per match, indicating their preference for high-scoring contests.
Seven of these goals have been scored by rival teams. However, only time will tell if the pattern will continue in this forthcoming game.
Ayr vs Partick Thistle – Betting Analysis
Ayr United has won two of their previous head-to-head contests against Partick Thistle, which date back to 29 April 2022, while Partick Thistle has won three. Only one match has ended in a tie.
Over the course of those games, they combined to score 21 goals, with 10 for The Honest Men and 11 coming from The Jags. This results in an average of 3.5 goals scored each game.
Lee Bullen, the manager of Ayr United, did not have any concerns about his team’s health going into this game because the entire roster is injury-free.
Kris Doolan, the head coach of Partick Thistle, has no concerns about his team’s health going into this game because they are completely injury-free and prepared.
When comparing these two teams, we believe that Partick Thistle will need to play well in order to crack Ayr United’s defense, who we believe will just have the edge.
What are the top odds for this match?
Checking the betting prices for this game on the 90 min. result market, a win for Ayr United is best priced at 2.27, a bet on a drawn result is 3.56, and taking a punt on a win for Partick Thistle gets you 3.06. They’re the top prices being offered at the moment.
Ayr vs Partick Thistle – Head-to-Head
Our Prediction: Away Win or Draw