Albion will be hoping for a better result following a 2-0 Primera Division Apertura defeat in their last game at the hands of Nacional de Football.
Three or more goals per game have been seen in 5 of the past 6 meetings where Albion have taken part. Their opponents scored 14 times in this period whereas Albion amassed a tally of 6.
Over the course of 5 of the prior 6 clashes featuring Danubio, a notably low volume of goals have been scored between them and opposing teams. The overall average number of goals per game during that period comes to a meagre 1.17, with the average goals for La Franja standing at 0.67. That kind of pattern might not follow through here, however.
We’re of the opinion that Albion might well have a job on their hands to get anything against this Danubio outfit who we think might get the win and a maybe even keep a clean sheet as well.
We’ve gone for a good battle with a 0-1 victory for Danubio when all is said and done.Expecting it to be tight.
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