Cavalry (@1.66) vs York9 (@4.5)
21-08-2019

Our Prediction:

Cavalry will win

Cavalry – York9 Match Prediction | 21-08-2019

They'll have an easier time using long balls to switch play at Spruce Meadows than they're used to at York Lions Stadium, so that could be an option. Make a plan:Much of the reason for York9's stunted attack against Cavalry in prior meetings is that they struggled to break up the Calgary-based side's high-pressure football. York9 will surely have spent some time in the buildup to this game studying Tommy Wheeldon Jr.'s system, and now it's on Nine Stripes boss Jimmy Brennan to find a way to create space for his players up front - primarily Rodrigo Gattas and Ryan Telfer.

Last time these sides saw each other, York9 visited a snowy Spruce Meadows in Cavalrys very memorable home opener, a 2-1 win for the hosts that kickstarted their rise to the top of the table. The Nine Stripes would certainly like to knock the league leaders down a peg or two in their bid to become a real contender for the Fall season.

With this, we always try to provide gratis all the tools you need to bet responsibly and we hope winning! Even stats, standings, news and information on the football league Canada Canadian Premier League - Fall Season and on teams Cavalry and York 9.The prediction 1x2 or under/over or goal/nogoal, with odds of bookmakers comes complete with the correct score. Under you found the prediction processed by our proprietary software and reviewed manually by our editors of the football match Cavalry-York 9, match of the championship Canada Canadian Premier League - Fall Season.

The Nine Stripes have lost their last two games by 2-0 scorelines, both at home and neither to a side ahead of them in the table. Its been a tough few weeks for York9 as well, as theyve slipped behind Forge, Cavalry, and FC Edmonton in their chase for the Fall crown. Now that theyve dropped six points at home over two games, this string of road gamescould make or break their season, as theyre slated to play all three of the clubs currently within a point of each other at the summit.

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It's been a tough few weeks for York9 as well, as they've slipped behind Forge, Cavalry, and FC Edmonton in their chase for the Fall crown. The Nine Stripes have lost their last two games by 2-0 scorelines, both at home and neither to a side ahead of them in the table. Now that they've dropped six points at home over two games, this string of road gamescould make or break their season, as they're slated to play all three of the clubs currently within a point of each other at the summit.

In fact, the last league match Cavalry won was exactly a month ago, in this exact same fixture - a 1-0 triumph over York9 that time. Tommy Wheeldon Jr.'s men are, nonetheless, still second in the league table, just one point behind Forge FC at the top. Although unbeaten in Fall competition (3-0-3), Cavalry has drawn their last three CPL matches (both of the last two 0-0 stalemates).

York9 has struggled to find the net against Cavalry in the past, with just one goal in three games against them. Granted, the Cavs have also kept a clean sheet in both those contests, but it's still not good enough for a club that's set the bar as high as they have. These are two teams that have shown tremendous attacking prowess in the recent past, so perhaps it's just a matter of which one can heat up first. Rekindle the spark: Neither of these teams has scored in their last two CPL games.

PT, on OneSoccer),while Jimmy Brennans men will head up the 401 to Stade Saputo for their reverse leg against Montreal Impact (7:30 p.m. Following this clash, both teams willturn their focus to the Canadian Championship and the second legs of their Qualifying Round 3 ties on Wednesday, July 24. Cavalry will head to BC Place Stadium for their second leg against the Vancouver Whitecaps (10:30 p.m. ET, on OneSoccer). ET, 7:30 p.m.

Fellow Fall contenders York9 FC have also been riding high in the month of July with two league wins on the bounce, and a spirited 2-2 draw against MLS side Montreal Impact in the Canadian Championship to boot. Jimmy Brennans side saw off Pacific FC at midweek, with a Manny Aparicio scorcher highlighting a solid night for the Nine Stripes as they continue to build towards a Fall season run.