• Legia Warsaw won eight of their last nine matches at home.
  • 100% of those nine games saw over 2.5 goals scored.
  • Over 2.5 goals hit the net in three of the last five meetings between these teams.
  • Arka Gydnia lost each of their last three away matches.

League leaders Legia Warsaw tightened their grip on top spot with successive away wins at Lech Poznan and Wisła Kraków after the campaign’s restart, and the championship favourites should be able to add another victory to their streak at home to second from bottom Arka Gydnia this week.

Legia’s matches on their own patch this term have been consistently exciting this season, with over 2.5 goals registered in each of their last nine assignments on their own turf since mid-October last year.

Those fixtures averaged a healthy 4.22 goals per 90 minutes, and Legia rattled the net three of more times in six separate games during that impressive nine match sequence.

With Czech striker Tomas Pekhart in particularly fine form, Legia should be able to fire their way to another comfortable victory at home to an Arka side that were turned over in each of their last three away contests.

With those factors considered, we expect a home win with over 2.5 goals scored on Wednesday, while our correct score prediction points towards a 3-1 Legia win. The host’s record shows just two clean sheets in seven and that suggests a consolation could be on offer for Arka.

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