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Myanmar National League: Magwe v Yangon – Yangon Win – 1.45
Myanmar National League leaders Yangon are looking to move within two points of Hantharwady if they beat Magwe. The visitors have beaten Magwe three times in a row. Yangon have also won three of their last four games in all competitions. The hosts are currently in a very sticky patch. They are winless in their last six games.
Myanmar National League: Yadanarbon v ISPE FC – Over 2.5 Goals- 2.00
Yadanarbon are looking to climb up the table in the Myanmar National League when they welcome ISPE on Tuesday night. Four of the hosts’ last five home games have seen at least three goals scored. Three of ISPE’s last five games have seen Over 2.5 Goals.
Melbourne City v Adelaide Utd – Melbourne City Win – 1.80
Australia’s A-League continues behind closed doors even as the COVID-19 virus continues to wreak havoc across the globe. Melbourne City all but sealed their place in the top six with an emphatic 4-2 win over Central Coast Mariners who suffered their tenth successive loss. City meet Adelaide United this Friday looking to solidify second place in the table. The visitors have lost their last four games in the league but are seventh tied on points with sixth-placed Western United. City are unbeaten in their last six home games, winning four and drawing two. Adelaide have lost six of their last seven away league games.
Belarus Premier League: Torpedo-Belaz v Belshina – Torpedo-Belaz Win – 1.50
Belarus Premier League enters the second game week with Torpedo hosting Belaz on Friday. Torpedo have won three of their last five home league matches while Belshina are winless in their last five league games. The visitors started the league on the wrong foot losing 3-1 to Minsk on Sunday. The hosts began with a win, beating Shakhtyor 1-0 away from home.
Belarus Premier League: FC Rukh Brest v BGU Minsk – Both Teams to Score – 1.55
Both Brest and BGU Minsk kicked off their respective league campaigns with victory. Ruh Brest taste top-flight football for the first time after being promoted via the playoffs from the First League. Four of Brest’s last seven games have seen both teams find the net. Both Teams have scored in BGU Minsk’s last four games.