St. Patricks – Bohemians leader meets a team from the relegation zone

Friday night at 21:45 of the current leader of Ireland Premier League St. Patrick will receive the visit of Bohemians, a band struggling in the water line in the rankings. As expected, all shares give the host band as big favorite, this being by her side most of the arguments.

St. Patricks present at this game from the position of a band located in a great shape. In the championship hosts have three wins in the last four rounds, but after long relaxing St. Patricks neck feels breath of teams, namely Dundalk, located on wave band that was close to a single point in the standings. The hosts of this game were the most impressive figures in the Premier League. After 24 stages were tight drained 53 points and a fabulous golaverage 41:12. What is remarkable here is mainly defensive, the strongest championship clearly. In a ranking of parties at home St. Patrick is also the leading position with 28 points from 39 possible past in mind, one defeat in 13 matches and only five goals conceded. Opposite the home side’s game formula, most likely they will evolve in the usual 4-2-3-1 formation with top pushed Flood.

Bohemians on the other hand is not just a moral good before this game, although team coming off a win, 1-0 at home against Shamrock rated. Guests of this game left the last position of the ranking after winning last weekend, reaching the tenth position (12) with 21 points, exactly one point over the last two classes. Golaverage the team is one match, with 20 goals and collected 40 goals. When it comes to traveling Bohemians can not boast only two wins in 12 matches. The band visiting accustomed us in most games to align a classic 4-4-2 formula, but there were situations that after two stages, when Bohemians played in 4-2-3-1.

The two sides have battled five times since 2012 until now, no chance for the Bohemians. Two matches ended in a draw, while the other three were won by St. Patricks. Furthermore guests of this game are without a win in last ten games against St. Patricks.