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FC Tokyo VS Jubilo Iwata, hosts are favorites

JPN D1FC Tokyo VS Jubilo Iwata, hosts are favorites

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Posted Sun, 12 May 2019 11:01:54 GMT        

Match Time: 5/12/2019 13:00 Sunday (GMT+8)

J-League Division 1 -- FC Tokyo VS Jubilo Iwata

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Sei Muroya is still not in full training for Tokyo, while Yoshitake Suzuki is out for the season. Yojiro Takahagi is suspended.


Kengo Kawamata has been announced with a dislocated shoulder and will miss at least one month for Jubilo.



Suspended: Yojiro Takahagi (one game - yellow card accumulation)

Doubtful: Sei Muroya

Injured/Unavailable: Yoshitake Suzuki (knee joint osteochondritis)



Suspended: None

Doubtful: None

Injured/Unavailable: Kengo Kawamata (dislocated shoulder)





Tokyo were held to a 0-0 draw at Gamba Osaka last weekend in J1 and remain unbeaten this season and have won every one of their five home matches. They have 15 league goals to their name and can thank Diego Oliveira for many of them, but it is 17-year-old Takefusa Kubo who is creating chances and running the show. With Kubo in form and Oliveira and Kensuke Nagai converting chances Tokyo will continue unbeaten for this game at least! A strong Tokyo side were held 0-0 by Vegalta sendai's reserves in midweek League Cup action!


Jubilo grabbed a vital three points last weekend in J1 with a 1-0 away win at Urawa Reds, Rodrigues scoring the winner in the 93rd minute latching on to a terrible pass back to the 'keeper to win the game! While the 10 league goals conceded is favourable compared to teams above them they have scored just eight themselves and I do not think they will get out of the relegation zone with that form. Kengo Kawamata up front is missed badly, I feel, but they really should give the likes of attacking youngsters Koki Ogawa and Masato Nakayama more chances to develop, I feel. Jubilo beat Matsumoto Yamaga 1-0, at home, in League Cup play on Wednesday. 


Jubilo have been fortunate in many of their points, and goals, and their defensive posture will not work against an experienced and top form FC Tokyo today! A home win again for Tokyo!



I expect a clean sheet for Tokyo anyway, so this is a logical prediction, but if Jubilo are to score at all they score late – just one goal in the first half of league games this season. Tokyo to score first, and go on to win.



In J1 matches between these two teams last season Jubilo won at home and drew away.

FC Tokyo VS Jubilo Iwata, hosts are favorites

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