Yokohama F. Marinos enters this J-League match after winning 3 of their last five games (Kawasaki Frontale, Vissel Kobe, Shimizu S-Pulse), losing 0 and 2 draws against Kawasaki Frontale, Cerezo Osaka. Yokohama F. Marinos enters this fight after winning the J1 league 4-2 with Kawasaki Frontale in their last match. We also expect to see over 2.5 goals in a single game for Yokohama F. Marinos are blessed with a lot of offensive talent in their ranks.

The last league match with these clubs took place on the 21st day of the J1 League match on 03/07/2021, which ended with Kashiwa Reysol’s home score of 1-2 Yokohama F. Marinos. Kashiwa Reysol Yokohama F. Marinos scored an average of 2.59 goals per game in direct games.

In the previous five championship matches, the hosts scored an average of 2.2 goals. Recent editions have averaged 2.57 goals, with both teams scoring 67% of the time. The hosts have three wins in the last ten direct matches; the guests have three wins and four draws. In 2 (100.00%) home matches of the 2022 season, the total number of goals was over 2.5 goals.

Kashiwa Reysol had one of the craziest recovery periods of the entire season in the previous round when Kashiwa Reysol scored up to two goals to defeat Shonan Bellmare on the road. The golden-blacks pulled ahead with the lead of their men, especially in the second half, blocking Yokohama F. Marinos deep and taking every chance they had. The home crowd cheered when The Gold and Black returned, but the decisive moment came in the 35th minute when Shinnosuke Hatanaka showed his second yellow card, and Yokohama F. Marinos was down to 10 men.

Anderson Lopes started the scoring with an early goal in the 5th minute. Lopes’ goal put pressure on Kashiwa Reysol. Kashiwa then began to press higher and made attacks on them. In the 24th minute, Kashiwa equalised through Hosoya. The game took an exciting turn before the end of the first half when Hatanaka was sent off, and the Yokohama F. Marinos were left with ten men.

In the second half, Yokohama had control over the ball; in fact, they controlled the ball for the majority of the time and made passes all around the field. But it looked like a difficult task for them to convert chances on goal with a man down. Kashiwa took the lead in the 60th minute when Douglas scored through a deflection from his teammate, who tried to block the Yokohama’s goalkeeper clearance. Two Kashiwa players pressed the keeper. In the 87th minute, Iwata was shown a yellow card which was then changed to red after the foul, and thus, Yokohama was left with nine men on the field. Tomoya Koyamatsu then took the advantage and scored the third goal for Kashiwa.

Kashiwa Reysol is now placed third in the league table with six points.