Bury – Sunderland: Preview & Prediction
Last match in the lead before we scroll to the next chapter, the second round of the cup, where the little bigger plays step into the events. In plain language; Premier League clubs. Those types of matches like the blueberry team often like to play.
Several years in a downward spiral has now placed Sunderland in the Championship after being jumbo in the Premier League last year – something that also meant playing refuge and a hard weakened squad as a result. Flop Alert? In any case, a handful of competitors in the series are signed as stronger.
The series premier ended in a cross at home against Derby, 1-1, for “the black cats”.
Bury lives in the third division, also known as League One, and aims to bounce up in the Championship, although on the paper there will be better competitors. The team, at least, feels captivating and can be very surprised. The series premier won “only” with 1-0 over Walsall – and then we emphasize “only” because two penalty parks missed the match. Anyway; Three sticks into the account! That’s what matters.
Beckford painted in the debut
The most interesting name in Bury is, without a doubt, Jermain Beckford, who was captured in Preston North End prior to the season. He has the goalkeeper himself, and in his debut he was the first prize winner.
And that’s what we are in; With not least Beckford, the opponents defensive can face difficult questions.
In addition, as always in the cup game, the motivation and rotation factor plays in. Probably, Sunderland will throw a lot in the lead when the Championship and the relegation race are the main focus.
But a balja should still Sunderland peta in? They will, after all, be considered as favorites here, with the difference between players for players.
Bethard turns out 1.91 times the money for both teams to score and it is absolutely worth throwing the pollettes on. Most bookies are around ten points below for the same game and more right in how they value the match and its goals.
Bury – Sunderland: Betting Tips
Sunderland win – Odds: 2.15
Over 2,5 goals – Odds: 2.00