Dragon of Yaounde vs PWD Preview: Standings, Head-to-head stats, Last few match stats and Predictions, ahead of their 14/04/2021 clash
Dragon of Yaounde will host PWD Bamenda on Wednesday in what seems to be a matchday 5 game in hand for both clubs.
Dragon of Yaounde and PWD Standings on the classification chart
With the Elite One league now consisted of two groups with group A consisting of Eleven teams and group B of 10 teams, Dragon of Yaounde will face of PWD Bamenda.
After playing four (4) games this season, Dragon of Yaounde sits 8th in group A just one place off Elite One (Relegation – Play Offs) Avion Academy with the same points (5 points) but with a better goal advantage.
PWD however has 6 points after four games played an sits 6th in the classification table. The current Elite One Champions have ended their pass three league games with a draw with the last two ending goalless. Could this be the shock from the accident they experienced en-route to Yaounde on the 19th of March 2021?
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Dragon of Yaounde and PWD past few matches stats.
The Dragon of Yaounde in their pass four matches of this season have only managed to win 1, while drawing two and losing once.
In their opening match of the season, they lost 3-0 to Avion Academy who sits 9th, one place below them in the standings chart.
Their most toughest game of the season game on matchday three which saw them win a point in a goalless draw against Elite one league leaders Fortuna Mfou.
Dragon of Yaounde Form: L.D.D.W
PWD of Bamenda who however started the season with a 1-0 away win against Yafoot have been stranded with draws since then.
The Elite One champions have only managed two goals in four league games this season (one against Yafoot and one against group A leaders Fortuna Mfou in a a 1-1 encounter). It seems the players are still traumatized from the 19th of March incident.
But can the bounce back as champions against the Dragons of Yaunde?
PWD form: W.D.D.D
In the last four encounter between Dragon of Yaounde and PWD Bamenda since the 17th of March 2019, Dragon of Yaounde has only managed one win against the current Elite One champions. The most entertaining of the games came on the 24th of November 2019 in a mouth watering 2-3 win by PWD.
The remaining three encounters out of the passed four have ended with a 1-0 win to either team.
Dragon of Yaounde 1-2 PWD
Both teams are in good nick coming into Wednesday’s game and will be pushing for all three points. While Dragon of Yaounde would have had the advantage given the their most recent win against Yafoot and their home advantage, players out for PWD, Abakwa Boys have still been showing champions mentality even after their accident with two consecutive draws. This means they remain a force to be reckon with even without some key players.
With Dragon always looking to be a force in home games, i suppose they will score a goal but PWD with a champions mentality will take the day with all three points.