Feutcheu vs PWD Bamenda Preview: Standings, Head-to-head stats, Last few match stats and Predictions, ahead of their 17/04/2021 clash
Feutcheu will host PWD Bamenda on Saturday on matchday 7. However both teams have only played 5 games each to date. It should be noted that this is a group A match in the new Elite One system.
Feutcheu vs PWD Bamenda Standings on the classification chart
After playing five (5) games this season, Feutcheu sits 7th in group A just one point off Elite One (Relegation – Play Offs) Avion Academy.
PWD however has 7 points after five games played and sits 5th in the classification table. The current Elite One Champions have ended their pass four league games with a draw.
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Feutcheu vs PWD Bamenda past few games stats.
Feutcheu have played 5 games this season winning once, drawn in 3 and losing the most recent against Fortuna Mfou in a 2-1 away defeat.
Feutcheu’s only win came in a 2-1 home win against Union Douala on matchday 1. Since then, they have drawn 3 times before losing to Fortuna Mfou last week.
Feutcheu seems to have a neutral home power with a slightly poor away form.
Feutcheu may have had a poor run in their last four games but they have managed to score in 2 out of their pass four games and three out of their pass five games.
With a total of five goals for and five goals against them in all their pass five games, Feutcheu how ever has a good attack with a bad defence with regards to the goal scoring ratio of the league.
Feutcheu Form: W.D.D.D.L
PWD of Bamenda who however started the season with a 1-0 away win against Yafoot have been stranded with four consecutive draws since then.
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The Elite One champions have only managed to score four goals in five league games this season (one against Yafoot and one against group A leaders Fortuna Mfou in a 1-1 encounter and recently 2-2 encounter against Dragon of Yaounde on the 14th of April 2021).
Their most recent game against Dragon of Yaounde which ended in a 2-2 draw saw the referee gave two soft second half penalties against PWD Bamenda.
But can the bounce back as Elite One champions to winning ways against Feutcheu?
PWD who has managed to score just 4 goals while conceding just 3 in five games illustrates that they have a good defensive structure with a poor attacking power.
PWD form: W.D.D.D.D
The two teams have only played once since 2019 with the only game being during the 2019/202 season where PWD was crowned the Elite One Champion. The season never saw a second leg between them as the league ended prematurely amidst the corona virus pandemic.
The only encounter between Feutcheu and PWD saw PWD Bamenda hit three (3) pass the Bandjoun base club.
Feutcheu 0-1 PWD Bamenda or Feutcheu 1-2 PWD Bamenda
With lack of enough games between the two rivals, it will seem abit difficult to predict the results.
However, looking at PWD’s away form this season, they haven’t lost nor win but a draw is a good thing forward.
Feutcheu’s home form is not that impressive as well as such the two teams face each other as neutrals.
However PWD comes into this game with goal scoring confidence from their last game while Feutcheu who also managed to score last week in their defeat to Fortuna Mfou may have lost some confidence amidst the loss.
This means a single or even more goals for PWD against Feutcheu’s weak defence will shrink Feutcheu of the three points in no time amidst PWD’s tough defensive structure.
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