• LASK have won 55% of their home games in the Bundesliga.
  • Hartberg have lost 55% of their away games in the Bundesliga.
  • 55% of LASK’s home games and 64% of Hartberg’s away games have produced over 3.5 goals.

LASK haven’t played a competitive match since losing 5-0 at home to Manchester United in the Europa League but their last Bundesliga outing saw them pick up all 3pts away at Mattersburg courtesy of a 21st-minute effort from Klauss, which helped maintain the league leaders 3pt advantage over Salzburg.

Hartberg occupy last spot in the Championship round having failed to win a single game since returning from the winter break in February. Wednesday’s guests have lost three of the four competitive matches during that period, conceding 13-goals in the process, so you can see just why we’re backing a home win for the table toppers.

LASK score an average of 2.45 goals per home game but don’t keep an awful lot of clean sheets and with Hartberg scoring an average of 1.45 goals per away game, we can see the visitors getting on the scoreboard this Wednesday. However, Hartberg have lost 55% of their away trips this season and look set to struggle against the league leaders.

We’re predicting a comfortable win for LASK on Wednesday evening with at least 4-goals being scored as both teams have been involved in a number of high-scoring games this season. 55% of LASK’s home matches in the Bundesliga have seen over 3.5 goals scored as have 64% of Hartberg’s away games, which includes LASK’s 5-1 win over Hartberg back in March.


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