Levantia – Vikingur: Match of the qualifying phase of the Champions League in Reykjavik. The winner will face the team that will qualify from the pair La Fiorita – Inter Club Escaldes. Levantia is running an unbeaten streak of eight games, all for the championship. A period in which seven wins and a draw count. She is 2nd and she is equal to 44 with the champion Flora but she has one more match. The two of them will fight for the title. In the Meistriliga, Levantia counts a total of 14N-2I-1H with a goal of 41-7.
Vikingur is also in good condition. In the last six championship games, it counts five wins and one defeat, by the champion Braidablik. With the easy qualification to the Cup against Hawkar, she counts four victories in her last equal number of games. She is 2nd in the league with 19 points, at -5 from the top and with four teams following her at a distance of 1-4 points. At 6N-1I-3H her record, with a goal of 22-16.
Levantia – Vikingur: Levantia is very competitive in its domestic competitions. It ‘blows’ from the middle and front, creates with characteristic comfort and scores in bursts. At the same time the team appears very strong in the back, as she has conceded just seven goals in 17 matches. The problem is that the dynamics of the league is extremely low and in part gives a false picture. The top four team in Iceland is Vikingur. In a league rather more competitive than that of Estonia. She scores more than two goals per game, a testament to her attacking prowess. However, it also looks like a vulnerable inhibitor, since the passive of 16 goals in 10 matches is great.
In the data we are examining, there are many parameters that can be misleading. Certainly both teams are easy to score. Slight lead for Vikingur based on odds, but it’s a game that can go anywhere. Regardless of the outcome, the possibility of the two teams finding nets at once is serious. Let’s bet on the goal / goal at 1.70 of TigersBet.