• Salzburg have won 82% of their home games in the Bundesliga.
  • Over 2.5 goals have been scored in 91% of Salzburg’s home games and 82% of Rapid’s away games.
  • Both teams have scored in 73% of Salzburg’s home games and 55% of Rapid’s away games.

Salzburg stayed within 3pts of the league leaders LASK with a 2-0 win at home against Sturm Graz before the Austria Bundesliga was postponed, while Rapid Vienna extended their unbeaten run following the winter break courtesy of a 2-2 draw at Wolfsberger.

4pts separate these two sides heading into Wednesday’s clash and we’re expecting a close and competitive ninety minutes between the pair. Salzburg boast a win ratio of 82% in their own backyard this season where they score an average of 4.09 goals per game, but Rapid Vienna score an average of 2.45 goals per away game so you can see why we have backed goals in this match.

The hosts have only lost once at home this season and that was against the league leaders LASK so it’s hard to see them losing on Wednesday, even though Rapid Vienna arrive in good form following two wins and two draws in their last four league games. Both teams have found the back of the net in each of their last six competitive and non-competitive matches and we have predicted that both will score this Wednesday as well.

Both teams have scored in a massive 73% of Salzburg’s home games in the Bundesliga this season as well as in 55% of Rapid Vienna’s away games. We have predicted a 2-1 win for Salzburg due to the hosts netting an impressive 45-goals in their own backyard this season and Rapid only scoring 27-goals on their travels.


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