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Bohemians vs St. Patrick’s Athletic prediction, odds and free betting tips (02/07/2021)

Bohemians welcome local rivals and current Irish Premier Division leaders St. Patrick’s Athletic to Dalymount Park on Friday evening. Read our predictions and find the latest odds for the game below in our detailed match preview.

Bohemians vs St. Patrick's Athletic Top Free Betting Tips

Bohemians are reeling following their 4-0 thumping at Sligo Rovers last week. Can Bohs get their campaign back on track against table-topping St. Pats? Here are our top three predictions for Friday’s Irish Premier Division fixture.

Prediction 1

  • Double Chance
  • St. Patrick’s Athletic or Draw
  • 7/10

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Prediction 2

  • Both Teams to Score
  • Yes
  • 10/11

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Prediction 3

  • Anytime Goalscorer
  • Ronan Coughlan
  • 23/10

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The odds presented here are always subject to change. One should check with the bookmaker before placing the bet. These odds are provided by William Hill, our recommended bookmaker for the big game.

St. Patrick’s Athletic Double Chance

St. Pats’ 1-1 draw at a rapidly improving Waterford outfit last week pushed their unbeaten run to four matches and allowed them to hold on to top spot, and Stephen O'Donnell’s inform side look ready to put more points on the board this week. St. Patrick’s Athletic have already beaten neighbours Bohemians twice this term and they have avoided defeat in eight of their first nine matches on the road this season overall.

Both Teams to Score

Both teams found the net in two of the last three encounters between Dublin rivals Bohemians and St Patrick’s Athletic and our tip suggests there is evidence to suggest that Friday’s tussle will produce a similar outcome. Goals were fired in at both ends in six of St. Pats’ last seven away assignments while Bohs managed to register in all but one of their nine home fixtures since the 2021 campaign kicked off in March.

Ronan Coughlan to Score Anytime

St Pat’s early surge to the summit of the Premier Division has been powered by the goals of red-hot attacker Ronan Coughlan. The 25-year-old’s seven-goal haul for the campaign includes a streak of four goals in his last three appearances. Coughlan was also Athletic’s match-winner when they beat Bohemians 1-0 on their last visit to Dalymount Park in early April.

Bohemians vs St. Patrick's Athletic: Match Preview


Bohemians’ five-match unbeaten run came to a shuddering halt at the Showgrounds last week when they were dismantled 4-0 by a rampant Sligo Rovers. Manager Keith Long will be looking for an instant response from his players against St. Pats this week – a club that Long represented with distinction during his playing days. Bohs could find themselves back in mid-table with another poor result however.

St. Patrick’s Athletic

The Saints are sitting pretty at the top of the Premier Division thanks to their bounty of ten points from the last 12 on offer. With midfielder Robbie Benson influential and attacking duo Ronan Coughlan and Matthew Smith causing havoc further up the pitch, Stephen O'Donnell’s men could launch an unlikely title challenge this term having finished down in sixth place last year.

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FAQs regarding Bohemians vs St. Patrick's Athletic Coverage

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Where is the match scheduled?

Friday’s Irish Premier Division skirmish between Bohemians and St. Patrick’s Athletic will be contested at Dalymount Park in Dublin.

When does this fixture start?

The game will commence at 19:45 GMT on July 2.

Have these teams met before?

This fixture has almost 100 years of history and previous encounters. St. Pats have won each of their last two meetings with Bohemians.