America Mineiro vs Fluminense Betting Tips and Prediction
June 15, 2022
When America Mineiro and Fluminense meet on Wednesday night in the Brasileiro, both teams will be looking to get back on track.
America Mineiro is coming off a 1-0 setback at Sao Paulo, while Fluminense was defeated 2-0 at home by Atletico Goianiense in their most recent match.
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America Mineiro vs Fluminense Betting odds
America Mineiro vs Fluminense Tips and Prediction
America Mineiro has won four, drawn two, and lost five of their 11 league matches this season, totaling 14 points and placing them ninth in the rankings moving into the next round of games. The home team won 2-1 against Cuiaba at the start of the month, but have since lost their past two games against Ceara and Sao Paulo, allowing three goals and failing to score.
This season, Vagner Mancini’s team has performed well in front of their own fans, winning 10 points from five games, but they have struggled on the road, winning only four points from six games. Last season, America Mineiro finished seventh in Serie A after a successful return to the top level, and they will be trying to repeat that performance this season.
Coelho has only faced Fluminense nine times before, with three wins, and they were defeated 2-0 the last time they met in November 2021.
Fluminense, on the other hand, is coming off a 2-0 setback at home to Atletico Goianiense, making it three losses in their previous four league games.
Fernando Diniz’s team is currently in eighth place in the table, with 14 points from their first 11 games, one point ahead of ninth-placed America Mineiro on goal distinction.
Fluminense finished ninth in Brazil’s top flight last season, but they ended fifth in 2019-20, their best finish since winning the championship in 2012.
Tricolor has won two, tied one, and lost two of its five road league matches this season.
Despite their poor run, Diniz’s team is only three points behind fifth-placed Athletico Paranaense, thus a win here would rocket them up the table at this early stage of the season.
Fluminense have a striker in form in Cano, but the visitors have lost three of their last four games, making it difficult to back them with confidence. Despite the fact that America Mineiro has lost their last two games, we anticipate the two teams will play to a low-scoring tie on Wednesday night.