July 1, 2022 Sports Betting
When Talleres Cordoba plays Tigre this weekend, they’ll be hoping to break their recent losing streak.
With a pitiful point total from their first five games, the visitors are clinging to the bottom of the league.
Talleres’ Argentine Primera Division season has not gone well, with just one victory in their first five games.
Talleres has only had one victory since the current phase of the season began in June, which was on the opening matchday against Sarmiento Junin.
Following losses to Independiente and Newell’s Old Boys, a draw with Arsenal Sarandi, followed by another loss to Central Cordoba last weekend.
Talleres’ performance will nevertheless raise some questions, despite the fact that the Argentine league’s structure requires relegation to be determined using an average points system over three years rather than the traditional techniques employed in European leagues.
Tigre, who is listed above Talleres in the table, will also be attempting to move up the division after experiencing a lackluster start.
Tigre has a total of five points and only one victory to their name, but they have avoided embarrassing losses.
At least one of Tigre’s two draws thus far—a stalemate last time out against rival San Lorenzo—shows some indications of steadiness.
The fact that the home team has a winning record against Talleres—they haven’t lost to the Cordoba team since April 2006—will give them confidence.
Tigre hasn’t lost to Talleres in five games, and the home team is undoubtedly eager to continue that streak this weekend.
Talleres will feel as though their performances so far this season have been far below average as a club in the Libertadores knockout rounds.
Tigre will welcome the underdogs with the intention of profiting from their opponents’ misfortune and should prevail this weekend.