Sundays Football Bet of the Day see’s me start off in Belarus where Dinamo Minsk look good for a comfortable victory at home. Then it’s too Norway where Strømsgodset and Vålerenga look a good bet for goals.
Dinamo Minsk vs Slavia
🇧🇾 Vysheyshaya Liga
⏰ Sunday 4th July, 16:00
Dinamo Minsk host Slavia at the Stayden Dynama on Sunday teatime. Dinamo Minsk currently sit 5th but just two points behind Ruh Brest in third. Slavia on the other hand currently sit in 13th just one point above the relegation play off spot and two points away from the automatic relegation zone.
Dinamo Minsk come into this recording a 1-2 win away to 14th placed Neman Grodno. That win keeps up their excellent record against bottom half sides. Dinamo Minsk have won all seven games against sides in the bottom half. In those seven wins they’ve scored eighteen goals scoring two or more in six of them. Four of those victories were at home in which they scored eight times and keeping clean sheets in all four.
Slavia come into this winless in their last five losing four and conceding fourteen. Away from home Slavia have lost four of their six games conceding twelve times. Slavia have failed to win any of their seven games against top half sides losing six of them. In those matches Slavia conceded eighteen goals.
Strømsgodset vs Vålerenga
⏰ Sunday 4th June, 19:00
Strømsgodset host Vålerenga at the Marienlyst Stadion on Sunday evening. Strømsgodset currently sit mid table in 10th whereas Vålerenga currently sit in 3rd occupying a Conference League spot.
Strømsgodset come into this suffering a 3-0 defeat away to league leaders Molde. That’s the third time they’ve failed to score this season in their nine games however they haven’t failed to score at home. Strømsgodset have scored in all four of their home games scoring ten times. Their 4-0 win over Sandefjord in their last home game is their only clean sheet this season. They’ve conceded a total of eighteen goals so far this season.
Vålerenga come into this recording back to back wins over Sarpsborg (4-1) and Stabæk (0-2). Vålerenga have scored in all eleven of their games this season scoring an impressive twenty one goals. Ten of those goals have came in their five away games. They have only kept two clean sheets this season and they were against the leagues bottom two sides. Vålerenga have conceded fourteen goals with half of those coming in their away games.
Bet of the Day
Dinamo Minsk look to keep their perfect run against bottom half sides by recording a comfortable win at home to a Slavia side who struggle badly against the leagues better sides. The best game for goals in Norway in my opinion this weekend is between Strømsgodset and Vålerenga. Both sides usually score but find clean sheets harder to come by.