Belgrano will want to continue from where they left off last time out with the 0-1 Primera B Nacional victory vs Estudiante Rio Cuarto.
An interesting feature of recent Belgrano games is seeing a zero in the scoreline.
Taking their prior six clashes leading up to this one, in as many as 5 of them a wager on BTTS would've been a loser.
After a loss in their previous game against San Martín de Tucumán in Primera B Nacional competition, Temperley and their fans will hope to get a better result this time.
The numbers tell their own story, and Temperley have been scored against in 5 of their last 6 matches, with opponents netting 9 goals overall. Defensively, Celeste, Gasolero have not been doing too well. That kind of pattern might not be continued here, though.
Team News: Belgrano
Belgrano boss Ricardo Caruso Lombardi will be happy not to have any fitness concerns to speak of before this match owing to a completely healthy squad available to choose from.
Team News: Temperley
Thanks to a fully healthy squad to choose from, Temperley manager Wálter Perazzo has no fitness worries to report coming into this match.
Our thinking is that Belgrano will probably convert a lot of goal-scoring opportunities.
At the same time, Temperley won’t find it easy to break down their defence - but, we do see them managing to get on the scoresheet, too.
Therefore, we are anticipating a controlled 3-1 margin for Belgrano by the time that the referee blows the final whistle.