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Hándicap Asiático FT | Waterford |-0.5
@odd - 1.69
@Stk - 2.50
Norrkoping have put themselves in a strong position ahead of this second leg; not only did they win on the road last week, but they notched two away goals and kept a clean sheet. St. Patrick’s quest for Europa League football appears to be over. St. Patrick’s enjoyed a few moments of promise last weekend, but overall, it was a game dominated by Norrkoping, who were the better side in all areas. Offensively, as they clocked 1.97 expected goals for, registered 23 shots, eight of which hit the target, and scored two goals, the Swedish side were superior. Not only did Norrkoping dominate the game in an attacking sense, but they also did the much better job of preventing their opponents from getting serious in the final third. The Swedes limited St. Patrick’s to just two shots on target and only 0.37 expected goals for, which is pleasing since they were playing away from home. Having done such a good job on the road, Norrkoping will fancy themselves to finish the job off in front of a home crowd. Will Waterford put more distance between themselves and the bottom two with a victory on Friday? The Blues have slipped down to third from bottom, placing them a spot ahead of the cut adrift bottom two. That’s left Waterford as the worst of the rest, but can they take this chance to see off a Finn Harps side who are on the fast track to the second tier? The visitors come into this clash in terrible form, so we aren’t expecting to see a lot from them in this weekend’s trip south. The hosts are in poor form, which has left them struggling to match the rest of the top flight in recent weeks. Waterford are without a win in four matches, but they saw the green shoots of recovery in last weekend’s meeting with Sligo Rovers. They turned around some poor away form to claim a 0-0 draw on Saturday, but can they add another three points to the board six days later? Finn Harps are currently three points shy of UCD in last place in the league. They are on their way to being relegated straight back to the second tier, which has come after a torrid season. They are 10 points shy of Waterford, despite playing three games more than the Blues. They aren’t likely to get out of the bottom two, but at least ninth place would give them a chance to survive in the relegation playoff. Can the Harps boost their form and jump off the bottom this weekend? The visitors are really on a terrible streak on their travels. They have failed to score in 75% of their trips, while they’ve conceded in 92% of their matches on the road. The Harps are yet to win on their travels this term, while they have the second-worst away record in the division after picking up just 0.25 points per game away from their own ground. Despite that, they aren’t massive outsiders for this weekend’s game.