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Argentina Primera Division 2022: 3 Betting tips for this weekend (Phase 2, Matchday 7)

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Ace Football presents detailed betting tips on the upcoming Primera Division matches of the weekend.

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As we prepare for another matchday of Primera Division’s second phase, our experts take a look at the bookmakers’ predictions for the upcoming games.

Let’s check out three betting tips for Matchday 7 of the Argentinian top-flight.

Expect goals on both sides when River Plate face Godoy Cruz

River Plate crashed out of the Libertadores after a goalless draw against Velez Sarsfield on Thursday.

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The Argentine giants dominated their opponents throughout the game but couldn’t find the back of the net. We expect them to do so when they meet Godoy Cruz next Monday.

River’s recent attacking numbers at home suggest they will find enough goalscoring chances. 

However, we also back Godoy Cruz’s in-form frontline, who have scored in all but one of their last ten games, to find the back of the net in the upcoming match.

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Back Huracan to beat Lanus

Lanus continued their terrible start to the second phase of the season by suffering a 3-0 defeat against Union last weekend.

Next up, they must host Huracan, who come into the game on the back of a 3-2 win over River Plate.

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Huracan have shown impressive consistency in their goalscoring stats recently. On the other hand, Lanus’ shaky backline suggests they won’t be able to hold their opponents at bay on Sunday.

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Goals likely on both ends when Patronato host Arsenal Sarandi

Arsenal Sarandi defeated Estudiantes 2-1 to continue their unbeaten run of nine games.

A solid backline has been key to Arsenal’s success, but they have also shown great form in their attacking line. 

Having scored in all but one of their last seven games, we expect Arsenal to find the back of the net against Patronato.

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However, the hosts’ consistent goalscoring stats in recent weeks suggest they will also find enough chances to score on Saturday. 

On the other hand, Patronato’s open style of play will most likely prevent Arsenal from slowing the game down.