Cork vs Bohemian Soccer Prediction Today

The statistics are with this game proposal.
Of the six games of the season, 3 of Cork’s matches have been under the line. More specifically, the last 3.
4 of Bohemians 6 matches have gone under the line.
Cork and Bohemians have the habit of playing goal-poor matches. Of their 14 meetings over the last 4 years, only 2 have crossed the line.
Bohemians, despite the poor position, held the opponents under 2 goals close to last match against Sligo. This is largely due to a well-functioning defense that has just been changed in a single match.
Cork also has a very effective defensive. The last 4 matches, Mark McNulty in Cork’s goal, have just let 3 goals pass.
Bohemians are semi-professional, while Cork is full-time professionals.

Soccer Prediction of the Day Cork vs Bohemian

Bohemians have several injuries in the attack while Cork is more easily hit in the defense (however, no new injuries to some of the teams).
Cork has some usually goal-savvy players in Graham Cummins (attack) and Kiaran Sadlier (midfield), who both scored 4 goals. Cummins divided into 2 matches, while Sadlier has scored in 4 different.
In addition, they have Karl Sheppard (attack) and Barry McNamee (midfield) who scored about 10 goals each season, but together they scored only once a year.
It is one of the games that can develop into a ugly game for Bohemians, though Cork has made a quick target.
Cork injury list consists of Johnny Dunleavy (defense), Steven Beattie (defense) and Alan Bennett (defense). Dunleavy has not played this year, while Beattie and Bennett have been in the last 2 and 3 matches respectively. However, it does not seem that it has cost anything significant in a broad defense staircase.
Bohemians I have not yet officially trupnyt from. But for the last match (2-2 home against Sligo Rovers) they had 3 attackers on the injury list. Kevin Devaney, Christian Magerusan, Ryan Swan. Devaney may be ready for the match after sitting out of the last 2 matches. Magerus and Swan have been injured all season and are not expected to be ready.
Like the bookmakers, I’m reasonably sure that Cork wins. However, I thought the odds on home win are under the playable. So bad, Bohemians are not, and especially the history of the 2-team mutual show scares me a little. Odds on Bohemians to lose with a maximum of 1 goals have unfortunately also fallen a bit, so I’ll stay away from that too. On the other hand, I thought Bet365’s odds for under 2.5 goals are too high. There is also a lot of other bookmakers. That’s why it will be my shot on this game.

Prediction Today: Cork

Odds: 1.42