Football Facts and Streaks 25.07.2021

Football Facts and Streaks

Football Facts and Streaks
Football Facts and Streaks

  1. Brondby IF have won with at least a 2 goal margin in their last 3 home matches in Superliga.
  2. There have been over 2.5 goals scored in Copenhagen’s last 11 games in Superliga.
  3. BATE have won their last 11 home matches in Premier League.
  4. FC Olexandriya have lost their last 5 away matches in Premier League.
  5. Haecken have won with a 1 goal margin in their last 3 matches in Allsvenskan.
  6. There have been under 2.5 goals scored in Ural’s last 7 home games in Premier League.
  7. Gent have won their last 4 matches in Jupiler Pro League.
  8. Partizan Belgrade have won with at least a 2 goal margin in 83% of their last 6 matches in Super Liga.
  9. There have been over 2.5 goals scored in KV Mechelen’s last 6 games in Jupiler Pro League.
  10. KuPS have won their last 6 matches in Veikkausliiga.
  11. Sandhausen have won their last 4 home matches in Bundesliga II.
  12. Zorya have won with a 1 goal margin in their last 3 home matches in Premier League.
  13. There have been over 2.5 goals scored in FC Zuerich’s last 9 games in Super League.
  14. Zorya have won 88% of their last 8 home matches in Premier League.
  15. Slavia Prague are undefeated in their last 34 matches in Gambrinus League.
  16. Kalmar FF have failed to win 90% of their last 30 home matches in Allsvenskan.
  17. BATE have kept a clean sheet in 86% of their last 7 matches in Premier League.
  18. IFK Mariehamn have failed to score in their last 5 home matches in Veikkausliiga.
  19. BATE have won with at least a 3 goal margin in their last 3 home matches in Premier League.
  20. There have been under 2.5 goals scored in Dynamo Brest’s last 7 away games in Premier League.
  21. Vojvodina are undefeated in 90% of their last 29 home matches in Super Liga.
  22. Partizan Belgrade are undefeated in 93% of their last 27 matches in Super Liga.

Football Facts and Streaks

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Grew up as a kid in Berlin in the late 90's. Moved to Rome with his parents in 2008. A lifelong football player and fan, Andreas Weber joined Euro Football Rumours in 2017 after covering Italian Serie A, Spanish La Liga and German Bundesliga for various European football portals.

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