With the hosts sitting towards the bottom of the league, this could prove to be a welcome distraction for a side who have only won three league matches this season. Bray Wanderers visit the Dalymount Park in Dublin second bottom of the league.
Bohemians come into this match in a woeful run of form. The Bohs have won once in their last nine, with victory coming against Bray Wanderers at home in the league back at the end of April with a 3-2 win.
Aaron Callaghan’s men are favourites to progress to the final stages of the competition, with Paddy Power pricing them at evens (2.00).
Despite sitting second bottom of the league, Bray Wanderers have started to find some form in recent weeks. The Seagulls are unbeaten in their last three, winning twice on the road and holding top of the league Sligo Rovers to a draw at home.
Pat Devlin’s men will look to keep the momentum going, but Paddy Power still price them as underdogs at 12/5 ( 3.40). The same firm prices the draw at 11/5 (3.20).
A bet that stands out in the match is Bray Wanderers/Draw double chance at 4/6 (1.66) with Paddy Power. The visitors have started to get some results, especially away from home, and with Bohemians losing four of their last five at home, it’s certainly a bet tough to ignore.
This bet would have also paid out in Bray's last three matches, as well as eight of the last nine of Bohemians' games.
For those looking for extra value, the visitors to score two or more goals at 23/10 (3.30) looks to be somewhat of an unbelievable price.
With Devlin’s men hitting form, this bet would have paid out in their last two away matches. When you also consider that Bohemians have conceded two or more goals in their last five home games, this bet is certainly worth investing in.
|Bray Wanderers/Draw double chance at 4/6 (1.66) with Paddy Power
||Bray Wanderers to score two or more at 23/10 (3.30) with Paddy Power|
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