Bray vs Finn Harps: Preview & Prediction
A lot of new things did not really happen on the 1st day of the new season on the green island, except the favorites at this early season were a bit difficult. The champions favorites Dundal and Cork won only tightly, but trimmed promoted Limerick with the 5: 1 against Sligo on top and is first table leader.
Bray, who finished sixth in the last season with a balanced result, came in a 2: 1 away win at St. Patricks in Dublin and also benefited from 2 red cards for the paddies. Compared to last year, the team has not changed much and Brüllerspielseränderungen gabs also not. New additions are Keith Buckley (Bohemians), Aaron Greene (Limerick), Gary McCabe (Shamrock Rovers), Derek Foran (Sacremento / USA), Anthony Flood (no club) Player Daryl Horgan to Preston / England. Darragh Noone and Conor Earley, who are still injured on the first day of the match, are likely to be back again, but there will not be any stoppages at the Carlisle Ground.
Bray vs Finn Harps: Direct Matches
The harp from the coastal town in the north of Ballybofey has reached the season goal class as a climber. And not only short, but always with 9 points ahead of Reliktplatz 9 after the team had first ascended into the Premier League. On the 1. Match day, Vizemeister Cork had a great deal and Cork had a hard time in the end to take a happy 1-0 lead. Newly, the Derby striker duo, Paddy McCourt and Barry Molloy, were the most likely to take the offensive Lukewarm air was to give more force. In the meantime, the two abovementioned Danny Morrissey (Cork City), Harry Doherty (Cockhill Celtic), Jonny Bonner (Wexford Youths), Killian Cantwell (Galway United) and Carolan McAleer (Greenock Morton) 4 players left the club or hung the shoes on the famous nail. The Gareth Harkin and Sean Houston are here again.
Last season the harps won 2 of 3 games, more specifically both home games and here in Bray there was a 0: 1. It should be very close, too, and maybe the harp will be able to beat the buck.
Bray vs Finn Harps: Betting Tips
Bray win – Odds: 1/2 – UK / (1.50) – European
Over 2,5 goals – Odds 13/10 – UK / (2.30) – European