Fluminense vs Atlético Nacional Betting Tips
- Updated: 23rd May 2019
Fluminense vs Atlético Nacional – Copa Sudamericana :With the qualification on the 1st round against the Chileans of Deportivo Antofagasta
(with a 0-0 draw at home in the 1st leg and a 2-1 victory away from home in the 2nd leg).
Fluminense is coming into this 2nd round of the Copa Sudamericana looking to prolong their success as much as possible.
The team has been having a shaky start in the Brazilian Serie A, being capable of the best and the worst, but they come into this duel truly motivated after having battered Cruzeiro by 4-1 on the past Saturday, after having drawn 1-1 against the team from Belo Horizonte midweek, on a match of the 1st leg of the Copa do Brasil’s 8th finals.
Atlético Nacional couldn’t resist Libertad’s superiority on the Copa Libertadores’ qualifiers, after already having eliminated Deportivo La Guaira, and because of that, they moved on to this Copa Sudamericana.
The team is going through a troubled period, much because of their weak performance in group B of the Quadrangular of the Colombian league, where they are in 4th and last place with only 1 point after 3 rounds, being close to being eliminated due to being 4 points away from the leaders Tolima.
The loss on the past Sunday at home against Deportivo Cali, by 3-1, was their 2nd consecutive one after the 1-2 loss on the reception to Tolima, with that being Atlético’s 3rd consecutive match without a victory.
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Fluminense vs Atlético Nacional – Betting Tip and Prediction: :
It is on an environment of instability that the Colombians travel to Rio de Janeiro to face Fluminense on this 1st leg of the 2nd round of the Copa Sudamericana.
The Brazilian manager Paulo Autuori left the possibility of his departure after the loss against Deportivo Cali on the weekend, but the board of Atlético Nacional renewed their trust in the manager, confirming he is still in charge for this encounter.
It might be a turning point, but I don’t find that very likely.
Fluminense hasn’t been consistent, especially on defence, but in attack they have been proving they are a good side,
which means they might explore the poor moment of form of Atlético Nacional, that on the last 11 matches away from home in all competitions won only… one.
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|Fluminense AH -0,25|