Flora v Tammeka
Flora took a step closer to retaining the Meistriliiga title last week after beating bitter rivals Levadia 2-1 to go 10 points clear at the top. Flora have been nothing short of unstoppable this season, remaining unbeaten throughout, with the run now reaching 42 matches, dating back to August 2021. Flora played Levadia off the pitch last week, who are the 2nd best team in Estonia, which currently shows the difference in class between them and the 9 other teams in the league.
Tammeka themselves are also on a decent run of form, a 5-game unbeaten run. A 0-0 draw against Narva last weekend with a squad missing several key 1st team players in unknown circumstances, was seen as a fantastic result. Tammeka have all but secured their place in next season’s Premium Liiga, so the pressure will be off here in what will be a tough game.
Flora have had their way of Tammeka in recent years. Winning 18 of the last 20 matches and scoring a whopping 61 goals in the process. Both teams have faced off twice this season too, with Flora winning both matches. Flora have a number of players lining up to score their 10th goals of the season, Martin Miller and Sergei Zenjov both sitting on 9 each, and this could be a nice fixture for them both to hit the milestone. Tammeka striker, Kevin Matas has been having a superb run of form, scoring 5 in his last 5 matches and is currently having his best Premium Liiga season, and will also be looking to hit double figures.
It will be hard for Tammeka to come away with anything from this game, with Flora being as ruthless as they are, this could be a rout.
Pärnu v Paide
A game in which has meaningful consequences at both ends of the table, Paide are on a double game week where 2 wins can see them potentially leapfrog Nõmme Kalju into 3rd and that last European place. Pärnu meanwhile, sit rock bottom 5 points from the relegation play off place. It’ll take a miracle for Pärnu to survive but miracles happen.
Paide have only lost once in their last ten, this form is the reason why they are closing in on 3rd place. Only 3 clean sheets during this period but what seems to be a change in goalkeeper to Ebrima Jarju who have a top goalkeeper between the sticks. Young midfielder Kevor Palumets departed the club in the last week as he begins a new chapter in Belgium. Palumets was an important player in the midfield, and with midfielders in Paide a little low in numbers, it’s hard to see who will slot into the role for the last 10 games.
Pärnu have lost 9 games in a row, and last won a game 15 games ago. Despite the last 2 defeats being just 1-0, Pärnu are just looking considerably worse as the weeks pass by. It’s hard to see them winning again this year, a few loan signings arrived during the transfer window, but none have offered any real quality.
These 2 have only ever played each other 6 times, with every game finishing with both teams scoring. Pärnu have been lacklustre in front of goal, but Paide have been leaky in defence, so it wouldn’t be a surprise to see Pärnu scoring.
Paide usually turn on the burners when playing Pärnu, scoring 13 goals against them just this season and the goals are expected to flow in this one with Paides youthful powerful attack.
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