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Fagiano Okayama VS Renofa Yamaguchi, Fagiano take out Renofa

JPN D2Fagiano Okayama VS Renofa Yamaguchi, Fagiano take out Renofa

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Posted Sat, 15 Jun 2019 10:04:14 GMT        

Match Time:6/15/2019 18:00 Saturday (GMT+8)

J-League Division 2 -- Fagiano Okayama  VS  Renofa Yamaguchi

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Fagiano are making the most of games considering their continued long injury list, no changes in the status of their eight absentees! Midweek Fagiano added another long-term injury to their list with knee surgery for Shunnosuke Matsuki.

Renofa Yamaguchi will have Takayuki Mae back after suspension. They have a host of injuries listed and have also announced the release of their Brazilian defender Marcílio da Silva Miguel.



Suspended: None

Doubtful: None

Injured/Unavailable: Shunnosuke Matsuki (knee injury), Keita Goto (knee surgery), Carlos (back injury), Kota Ueda (thigh muscle), Makoto Mimura (thigh strain), Kazuki Saito (knee surgery), Hadi Fayyadh (thigh strain), Leo Mineiro (knee MCL), Shunnosuke Matsuki (knee surgery).



Suspended: None

Doubtful: None

Injured/Unavailable: Takuma Nagaishi (knee injury), Takahiro Tanaka (knee tendonitis), Takeru Kiyonaga (knee surgery), Renan (Achilles Heel surgery), Ayumu Kawai (Japan Under-22), Doston (Uzbekistan national team duty).



Fagiano took a 3-0 lead away at V-Varen Nagasaki last weekend in J2 – two goals from Hayato Nakama, followed by the third from Lee Yong-jae – before eventually having to hold on for a 3-2 win after a late surge from the home team. This took them to three wins in their last four matches – with a draw in there too, to leave them unbeaten in four. Lee Yong-jae is still scoring and while he is fit Fagiano will always score goals.

Ryohei Yoshihama scored a 94th minute equaliser for Renofa last weekend in J2 to give them a 1-1 home draw against FC Yokohama. Amazingly, Renofa's last two wins – their only two in eight games – have come away against the current top two teams. Whether it takes the motivation of top team to wake these players up, or they prefer away from home (three of their four wins have been on the road), Fagiano should be careful of a sting in this team. They have even scored one more goal than Fagiano so far this season – 22 – but have conceded 30 – the equal-worst record in the division.

With Fagiano on a good run of form, and scoring goals last week – up against a leaky defence like Renofa's, expect a home win!



Fagiano had three last week in a five goal thriller while Renofa's 17 league games have seen 52 goals – an average of more than three per match. 



In J2 matches between these two teams last season Renofa won both games.


Fagiano Okayama  VS  Renofa Yamaguchi, Fagiano take out Renofa

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