• Legia Warsaw have won seven of their 13 away games this season.
  • Both teams have scored in just 31% of Wisla Krakow’s home games this season.
  • Legia Warsaw have kept clean sheets in 38% of their away games this season.

Wisla Krakow lost heavily away at Piast Gliwice last time out, going down 4-0, and will be demanding a marked improvement from their players this Sunday. Legia Warsaw secured a 1-0 win away at Lech Poznan thanks to a goal from Pekhart and now sit 8pts clear at the top of the table.

Legia Warsaw have a good record against Wisla Krakow, winning three of the duo’s last six encounters, and beat Sunday’s hosts 7-0 when the pair met for their reverse league fixture in October. The hosts will be fearing another heavy defeat after that 4-0 loss at Piast Gliwice but have only conceded 11-goals at home this season.

We’re backing Legia Warsaw to win on Sunday as the visitors average 1.77 points per away game and have a win ratio of 54% on the road, while Wisla Krakow have lost 38% of their home games so far and average just 1.54 points in their own backyard. The visitors have kept clean sheets in 38% of their away games and the hosts have failed to score in 31% of their home matches, so you can see why we have predicted a final scoreline of 2-0 to Legia this weekend.

Legia Warsaw are the clear form favourites heading into this match-up and recent results between the pair suggest that there will only be one winner on Sunday.

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