Shonan Bellmare vs Kyoto Sanga – Betting Preview

The J1 League clash at Lemon Gas Stadium Hiratsuka on Sunday sees hosts Shonan Bellmare welcome opponents Kyoto Sanga.

Shonan Bellmare Preview

Shonan Bellmare come into this game off of a J. League Cup tie with Urawa Red Diamonds.

Shonan Bellmare, a team led by Satoshi Yamaguchi, had scored 13 goals in their last six games. The comparable total of goals they have given up over that time is 5.

Based on their prior performances, Shonan Bellmare have gone 8 games without dropping a league tie versus Kyoto Sanga. They have also gone undefeated in their last five home league games.

Looking at their previous head-to-head matchups dating back to April 29, 2014, Shonan Bellmare has won three of them and Kyoto Sanga has lost zero, with three of the matches ending in draws.

They scored a total of 11 goals together during this time, with 8 coming from Shonan and 3 from Kyoto. There are 1.83 goals scored on average each game.

Kyoto Sanga Preview

Kyoto Sanga will be trying to make a comeback after losing to Gamba Osaka in their most recent match in J. League Cup action.

Just Ryogo Yamasaki (34′) was listed as a member of Kyoto Sanga on the scoresheet. In the first half, Gamba Osaka scored through Yuya Fukuda (30′), Dawhan (42′), and Hideki Ishige (79′).

Over their last six games, Kyoto Sanga’s attacking players have scored a poor total of just four goals, which is a depressing lack of goals. The total number of goals scored against Kyoto in those contests has also reached seven.

Kyoto Sanga’s past performance against Shonan Bellmare in away games over the course of the previous four league matches reveals that they have never beaten them. The least impressive of away records.

They are also without a win away from home in their last 3 league matches.

The two last met in a league match on J1 League Match Day 18 on June 26, 2022, with the final score being Kyoto Sanga 0–1 Shonan Bellmare.

At that time, Kyoto Sanga had 54% of the possession and 3 of their 7 shots were successful.

At the other end, Shonan Bellmare got 13 attempts at goal with 4 of them on target. Shuto Machino (87′) was the scorer.

1×2 Betting Odds

Let’s begin analysing the 1×2 market

When all things are considered, Shonan Bellmare will almost certainly score at least once against Kyoto Sanga, who may find it difficult to score their own goal.

The home side are the favourites to win this one with odds standing @ 1.83.

Hence, when the game is over, we anticipate Shonan Bellmare to have a rather comfortable lead!

The odds of win for the away side stands @ 4.76. They are the underdogs in this!

The market odds of a stalemate stands @ 3.68.

Total goals over/under

Let’s check the over/under scenario

The odds that the total number of goals scored will be over 2.5, stands @ 2.21.

While the odds that the total number of goals will be under 2.5, stands @ 1.75.

In the last 6 head to head between these two, there have been a mere 11 goals scored which averages out to 1.83 goals per game.

And even in this one expect a similar trend to follow!