Yokohama vs Tosu: in der Japan J. League am 29.03.2019 aufeinander. Anstoß ist um 11:30 Uhr. Folglich gastiert der aktuell 15. der Tabelle beim Tabellen-7. Aktuell favorisieren die Wettanbieter einen Heimsieg von Marinos.
Für Wetten auf Sagan gibt es aktuell die Bestquote mit 5.50 bei bet365. In der daraus resultierenden Vorhersagen, siegt Yokohama F Marinos zu 56%, Sagan Tosu zu 25% und zu 26% geht die Begegnung unentschieden aus.Marinos konnte zwei Match der letzten direkten Duelle gewinnen und teilte sich bei einem Match die Punkte mit Sagan. Letzteres Team gingen indes bei drei Match als Sieger vom Platz.
With an open roof and a number of upgrades in place for this fall’s Rugby World Cup, the hallowed Kansai ground played host to 25,172 fans and a game with plenty of star power but just one goal as David Villa’s second-half effort gave Vissel Kobe a narrow win over struggling Sagan Tosu.
Both teams were looking to turn things around in the second round after disappointing opening weekends — Kobe lost its opener 1-0 at Cerezo Osaka, while Tosu was thumped 4-0 at home by Nagoya Grampus and 2018 top-scorer Jo.
Vissel manager Juan Manuel Lillo again fielded his all-star “VIP” trio of Villa, Andres Iniesta, and Lukas Podolski, with Brazilian defender Dankler making his J. League debut after joining on a full transfer from Portugal’s Vitoria earlier this week.
Newcomer Dankler seemed shaky at some points — earning a yellow card in the 31st minute — but was effective in containing Tosu’s biggest weapons, strikers Fernando Torres and Mu Kanazaki.
As Iniesta roamed the pitch putting out fires, it was Villa who created two of Vissel’s best chances in the first half. His half-volley in the 11th minute went slightly wide of the post, while a powerful shot following Dankler’s long pass from the back clanged off the crossbar in the 34th, much to the chagrin of the crowd.
Tosu did well to bottle up Vissel’s foreign talent, but created few chances of its own as the balance of power seemed to shift toward the host in the approach to halftime.
“I didn’t feel like we played defensively,” Tosu manager Luis Carreras said after the match. “We tried to connect the ball and attack as soon as we forced a turnover.”
The best chance by a Japanese player on either side came in the 41st minute, when Kobe’s Kyogo Furuhashi crashed into teammate Villa by mistake, managed to stay upright to receive the former Valencia star’s pass, and unleashed a strong right-footed shot that went just wide of the near post.
“We had a lot of chances in which we could have scored and you can’t evaluate the match without considering those,” Lillo said. “The match developed similarly to last week’s against Cerezo, and in general we were in control.”