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8 Reasons why Stuttgart’s woeful 2015 looks set to continue this Friday.

10 Mar | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
8 Reasons why Stuttgart’s woeful 2015 looks set to continue this Friday.

Huub Stevens’ side are without a win since December 16th and recent performances don’t show any signs of change.

Even though Stuttgart have managed two points from their last two games, they are going to struggle to keep a 4th placed Bayer Leverkusen at bay.

1)      Since the Christmas break, Stuttgart have only taken 3 points from a possible 18.

2)      In their 8 matches since the 20th of December, Stuttgart have only scored more than one goal on one occasion. They have failed to net in 5 of those games. It is 23/20 for Leverkusen to win to nil.

3)      Karim Bellarabi has scored 9 times in 24 league appearances for Michael Schade’s side this season, including the fastest ever Bundesliga goal on the opening day. He is (odds) to draw first blood.

4)      Leverkusen have netted 27 times in the second half of games, more than double their first half total. The last 45 minutes is 21/20 to be the highest scoring half.

5)      Leverkusen have taken an average of 1.75 points per game at home compared to a league average of 1.66.

6)      The BayArena side have scored an average of 1.92 goals per game at home against a league average of 1.60. Bayer are 11/2 to win 2-0.

7)      Son Heung-Min has 10 goals in 21 games for Leverkusen. He scored twice in Bayer’s last game, against Paderborn. The South-Korean is (odds) to net anytime.

8)      Die Roten have failed to score in any match between 16 and 30 minutes but have conceded 8 goals during this period.

 

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