Amazulu vs Swallows Prediction: Survival of the fittest.

 | March 04 24 | 

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We are past the halfway point in the DSTV Premiership season and things are beginning to intensify as the race for second place and the race to survive relegation begins. These two teams are separated by two points and are hovering 7 points clear of the drop zone. 

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AmaZulu FC vs Swallows Betting Tips

  • 3 Way – Amazulu FC 83/100
  • Which Team to Score – Only Home 73/50 
  • HT-FT – Draw/Home 16/5 

3 Way – AmaZulu FC 83/100 

AmaZulu FC have their sights on the top 8, however, inconstant form has plagued the side and robbed them of an opportunity to secure the necessary points to make a mark on this season’s DSTV Premiership. They find themselves in 11th position behind Golden Arrows and ahead of Royal Am in 12th. A win for them in this match can see them temporarily secure 7th spot behind Soweto Giants Kaizer Chiefs.

Swallows who played out to a goalless draw against Kaizer Chiefs last time out are in desperate need of a win after spending 9 league matches without a win. They have one win in the last seven matches and that came after a goalless draw in the Nedbank cup against Platinum City Rovers. The match subsequently went to penalties and Swallows was able to clinch the win.  

Which Team to Score – Only Home 73/50

Swallows have not scored a goal in open play since they faced Supersport United in December of 2023. They are on a goal difference of -6 with 12 goals scored this season and 18 conceded. They have the league’s worst attack, scoring less than any other team in the DSTV Premiership. 

HT-FT – Draw/Home 16/5

AmaZulu FC are a side that scores most of their goals in the last 15 minutes of a premiership tie. They are most dangerous as the match boils down to a close or the half time break. Swallows have not conceded a goal in the first 30 minutes of a premiership match this season. With a bulk of the goals they conceded coming after the half time break. Away from home AmaZulu has been potent in front of goal in the last 15 minutes of regular time. I expected a late goal in this match to win it.  

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