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Liverpool Montevideo vs. Independiente (Recap)

Recap

Liverpool Montevideo vs. Independiente

Saturday, October 25th 2012, 15:15 CET

Surprisingly, the match between Liverpool Montevideo and Independiente that took place in Cupa Sudamerica ended just like the previous confrontation between the two teams. Independiente achieved a 2-1 victory, just like they did earlier this year in September. This also means that this time I lost the bet I made.

If in the previous match, the authors of the goals were the Columbian Fabian Vargas and Paulo Rosales, this time, the ones who brought the victory to Independiente were the midfielder Federico Andres Mancuello and Roberto Battion. Mancuello managed to bring the first goal for his team in the 49th minute, when he reestablished the balance on the scoring table. The first goal of the match was scored in the 44th minute, by Carlos Nunez from Liverpool Montevideo. The final goal, which brought the victory to Independiente was added by Roberto Battion in the 90th minute, just 8 minutes before he joined the game as a substitution.

Other substitutions of this match took place in the 77th and the 85th minutes, when Enzo Herrera and Walter Tourreilles joined the game in the team of Liverpool. Independiente had 3 substitutions, two in the 46th minute when Martin Benitez and Lucas Villafanez joined the game, and another one in the 82nd minute, when the goalscorer Roberto Battion came on the field.

All in all, it was a transparent match, and Independiente really proved to deserve not just this victory, but also the one from a month before.

Result:-5 units, bet lost

Liverpool Montevideo vs. Independiente (Prediction)

Prediction

Liverpool Montevideo vs. Independiente

Saturday, October 25th 2012, 15:15 CET

On the 25th of October, Livepool are going to meet Independiente at Estadio Centenario, Montevideo. The two teams met previously at Copa Sudamericana, this year, on the 26th of September. The result was a bit unpredictable – a 2-1 victory for Independiente. In that match, El Rojo (The Red) dominated the game, but not for very long. They outshot their Uruguayan opponents 9 to 4, but got 19 fouls called against them, while Liverpool only got 7 fouls.

The first goal came very fast, in the 6th minute and it was scored by the Colombian player Fabian Vargas. The second one was added in the 49th minute by the football player Paulo Rosales.

Regarding the last five matches of both teams, Liverpool has 2 victories against Central Espanol and Cerro Largo, and 3 defeats with Nacional, Bella Vista and River Plate Mondevideo. On the other hand, Indepediente has 4 victories over Argentinos, Atletico Rafaela and Liverpool, and one draw in the match with All Boys.

Even if Independiente seem to be in very good shape, I think Liverpool Montevideo still have better chances to win this match, and are also very motivated to take the revenge. So, I am going to place a bet on Liverpool’victory. I bet 5 units at 2.19. The odds I used are from IBCBET. In case things turn out to be different as I expect, I think I will also place some live bets.

Liverpool Montevideo to win at 2.19.