In summary, Cadiz have scored more goals, conceded less goals, while they average more expected goals for and have conceded less expected goals on average at home than Osasuna have on the road.
From a betting point of view, ‘Cadiz to Win & Under 3.5 Goals’ catches the eye. Osasuna are the league leaders, but Cadiz’s home efforts this season, when considered in conjunction with Osasuna’s away-day exploits, tell us that they’ve got a slightly greater chance of recording a low-scoring win than the current prices suggest.
At the end of the day, had this fixture come before the visitors had won the title, then things would be different, though now that their motivation is questionable, it’s not that difficult to oppose Young Boys at the prices. They do have a very good away record, though some of their recent efforts haven’t been great. They were beaten by lowly Xamax in their penultimate away game, while they only just beat Zurich prior to that. Basel and Thun have both held Young Boys at home in 2019 too.
Quite simply, when we take into consideration how well St. Gallen played when the pair last met at this venue and combine it with the fact that Young Boys have nothing left to play for, it’s easy to feel that the hosts are ever so slightly overpriced. Therefore, a small play on ‘St. Gallen +1 Handicap’ is the way to go.