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Bohemians vs Sligo Rovers Prediction & Betting tips
While the FIFA World Cup is taking big strides towards the finish line and in most leagues the anticipation of the new season is rising so slowly, the league is in full swing in the Irish Premier League. The betting base illuminates the duel between the Bohemians Dublin and the Sligo Rovers for all readers. Both teams are in the lower half of the table and are in danger of slipping to the relegation rank. Is it worthwhile in the game Bohemians – Sligo Rovers a tip on the home team? Can you find an attractive quota there? Kick-off at Dalymount Park is at 19:45.
With a record of six wins, seven draws and eleven defeats, the team from the capital is currently in seventh place. Since there are only ten teams in the highest Irish league, this placement means they have to focus their attention towards the end of the table. Bray’s bottom of the table is a bit off the mark, but the Bohemians‘ lead on the penultimate table is just four points, and a win at home against Sligo would give them a reassuring advantage. The last two games were successfully contested.
The home game against St. Patricks was won 1-0 by Kevin Devaney. Last weekend, the Bohemians fought a 1-1 in third from Waterford. Goalkeeper Daniel Corocoran took his colors in the lead in the first half. However, after just over an hour of play, they conceded the equalizer. The team from Dublin is coached by Keith Long. Corcoran is with four goals so far the best scorer. Overall, the offensive of the Bohemians but too harmless. In 24 games only 23 own hits were scored.
The Sligo Rovers are not looking any better. With six wins, five draws and thirteen defeats, they still have two fewer points than their opponents from Dublin. The advantage over Limerick in ninth place is only two points. With an away win at the Bohemians they would pass the direct opponent and get some air in the relegation battle. Surely the fans are longing for the successful times back. After all, they were able to celebrate the championship in 2012 and the 2013 cup victory. But you are far away from that at the moment. The last two league games were both lost. First they lost at home to Waterford with 2: 3. In a spectacular first half fell all five goals. Then there was a painful away defeat at the bottom of Bray.
With a goal 15 minutes before the end Sligo drew with 1: 2 the short straw. Fortunately for coach Gerard Lyttle, midfielders Jack Keaney and Liam Kerrigan and Edward McGinty have extended their contracts with the Rovers by one year and remain in Sligo at least until the end of 2019. In addition, until the end of the season with Lee Lynch committed another offensive force. With 22 goals, the league table scored one more goal less than the opponent from Dublin. Best scorer is Adam Morgan, who was able to net four times in 16 missions.
Bohemians vs Sligo Rovers head to head matches
05.05.18 PD Sligo Rovers Bohemians 0 : 2
16.03.18 PD Bohemians Sligo Rovers 2 : 2
07.10.17 PD Sligo Rovers Bohemians 1 : 0
23.06.17 PD Bohemians Sligo Rovers 2 : 0
08.04.17 PD Sligo Rovers Bohemians 2 : 0