I’'LL be snoring like a stuck pig by the time this one finishes but hopefully the deeds will be done long before then.
WILSTERMANN v SPORT BOYS (8pm)
Jorge continue their resolute march back up the table and now sit in a heady 3rd place just 4 points behind the fast-wilting Royal Pari – I reckon Wilstermann will have one eye on taking the gap down to 1 point and bypassing Pari as they look to salvage a repeat of last year’s successes after a poor start.
Fair to say Sport Boys aren’t in the best of form – just 2 wins in their last 9 reflect what has been a bang average campaign and a visit to Cochabamba most likely won’t be high on their list of Places We’d Like To Visit (unlike Bury).
H2Hs have almost exclusively gone the way of the home side with the hosting team having won a standout 89% of the 9 matches played within a 35-month spell – of those 9 Wilstermann have hosted 5 having netted 3-3-2-3-2 team goals in the process.
Timing is everything and given fortress Félix Capriles has seen Wilstermann wallop 3-4-1-3-3 team goals past consecutive opponents on home soil I reckon we may just be in line for a few more: