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Renofa Yamaguchi VS Yokohama FC, an interesting game

JPN D2Renofa Yamaguchi VS Yokohama FC, an interesting game

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Posted Sat, 08 Jun 2019 09:33:29 GMT        

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

J-League Division 2 --- Renofa Yamaguchi VS Yokohama FC

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Renofa will miss Mae to suspension and Ayumu Kawai to Japan Under-22 selection. Dostonbek Tursunov is also out for national team duty, with Uzbekistan. There are not reported changes in their injury list, with four players still out.


Yokohama still have Eijiro Takeda and Ayumu Tachibana in training but not yet considered fully fit. Saito returned from the U-20 World Cup with an injury



Suspended: Takayuki Mae (yellow card accumulation – one game)

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).



Suspended: None

Doubtful: Eijiro Takeda. Ayumu Tachibana

Injured/Unavailable: Koki Saito (unspecified).



Renofa took a surprise, and vital, away win at J2 leaders Mito HollyHock last weekend in J2. The 1-0 win came courtesy of a Ryuho Kikuchi goal. After five league games without a win and four defeats among them, the away win at the division-leading team was a big shock to all and it could go either way now – a boost in confidence there or a bounce back down to earth – they certainly gave everything last week and showed they are not completely helpless. It was only their third clean sheet of the year – all 1-0 wins. I can't see them doing it again, though!


Yokohama came from behind to defeat FC Ryukyu 2-1 last weekend in J2, with both goals coming from Abdurahim Laajab. With three away wins in league action this season against fellow strugglers this would seem to point to a Yokohama win. Also with two wins in their last three league matches they appear to be on the way to better things. With three away wins this season – as many as they have at home – I don't think the venue matters too much for Yokohama. With Ibba on form and scoring important goals they should rise in the table slowly.


In reasonable form recently, only a single goal defeat at high-flying Ventforet in the last four games, I feel that Yokohama can take advantage of a team that raise their game away more than at home – Renofa have three away wins but only one at home.



Yokohama have just one clean sheet in 11 league matches. Renofa score freely, even when losing games. I feel that the home team can get on the scoresheet but Yokohama will repeat the 2-1 score of their last two away wins.



In J2 matches between these two teams last season each team won their away game.


Renofa Yamaguchi VS Yokohama FC, an interesting game

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