Legia Warsaw vs Radomiak Radom – Legia Warsaw hopes to replicate its 0-1 Ekstraklasa victory over Stal Mielec. In that game, Legia Warsaw had 49% of the ball and attempted 16 goals, scoring three of them.
Carlos López was the lone scorer for Legia Warsaw (74′). Stal Mielec’s 5 shots on goal, 1 of which were on target, were at the other end. Legia Warsaw’s last six games have seen them score a total of nine goals, which works out to 1.5 goals per game on average for Kosta Runjai’s team.
Radomiak Radom will be looking to avenge a loss to Korona Kielce in the Ekstraklasa tournament previous time out. In that game, Radomiak Radom possessed 63% of the possession and 1 goal on 1 shot attempts.
On the other side, Korona Kielce had eight attempts at goal, three of which were successful. Dawid Blanik (83′) and Bartosz Piczka (35′) both scored goals for Korona Kielce.
Radomiak Radom has been scored against in 5 of their last 6 games, giving up a total of 8 goals, according to the statistics, which tell the whole tale. Radomiak Radom, in the back, has observed how vulnerable they are. However, there is no guarantee that the trend will continue in this game. Radomiak Radom entered this match with a perfect road record in their last five league games.
Legia Warsaw vs Radomiak Radom – Betting Analysis
Kosta Runjai, the manager of Legia Warsaw, will be grateful that he doesn’t have to worry about his team’s fitness whatsoever before this game because they are all fully healthy and prepared.
The entire Radomiak Radom team is injury-free and prepared for this match, so manager Mariusz Lewandowski has no fitness concerns whatsoever.
Legia Warsaw can and should be able to generate a respectable amount of chances and shots on goal in this game, in our opinion. However, we do believe that they could end up scoring at least once here. Radomiak Radom may struggle to score at the same time. As a result, Legia Warsaw has a 3-1 advantage when the referee sounds the final horn.