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St Patricks vs Shamrock Rovers Predictions

Published on 6:45pm GMT 13 June 2024

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St Patricks
Shamrock Rovers

Both Teams To Score

Reason for tip

Both teams have scored in St Patrick’s last three home games and in four of the last five meetings of the clubs. Shamrock Rovers, meanwhile, have scored in five of their last seven away games and conceded in five of seven.

 

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Draw 1-1

Reason for tip

Shamrock Rovers have failed to win three of their last four away games, although they have conceded no more than once in any of their last five on the road. St Pat’s have scored exactly once in three of their last six home games and conceded exactly once in the same number so a 1-1 draw looks possible here.

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Johnny Kenny To Score Anytime

Reason for tip

On-loan Celtic striker Johnny Kenny was in excellent form before he joined dup with Ireland’s Under-21s after scoring six goals in his last nine Rovers appearances and looks like the most likely goalscorer for the visitors on Thursday.

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St Patricks vs Shamrock Rovers Predictions

  • Both teams have scored in St Patrick’s  last three home games
  • Shamrock Rovers have scored in five of their last seven away games and conceded in five of seven
  • Both teams have scored in four of the last five meetings of the clubs
  • Johnny Kenny has scored in six of his last nine Shamrock Rovers appearances

Champions playing catch-up

Shamrock Rovers are back in action after a brief hiatus and will be looking to beat St Patrick’s Athletic to put pressure on the Irish Premier Division’s top two on Thursday.

The champions are nine points behind leaders Shelbourne with a game in hand and are probably still smarting form the 2-0 defeat they suffered at the hands of the Reds late last month.

Stephen Bradley’s side got back on track with a 2-0 victory at relegation-threatened Drogheda United a fortnight ago, but had their last fixture postponed because of international call-ups.

Celtic hitman on a roll

On-loan Celtic striker Johnny Kenny has now returned to the fold after Irish Under-21 duty but key midfielder Markus Poom is still away with Estonia at the Baltic Cup. Kenny was in excellent form before he left after scoring six goals in his last nine Rovers appearances and looks like the most likely goalscorer for the visitors on Thursday.

Bradley’s side have already shipped 20 goals this term, however, when they finished last term with a record of conceding only 27 in 36 games.

Both teams to score looks the best play on offer with that landing in St Patrick’s last three home games and four of the last five meetings of the clubs.

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