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LASK vs St Johnstone prediction, odds and free betting tips (19/08/2021)

In this UEFA Europa Conference League Group Stage qualifying playoff, LASK Linz takes on the challenge of St. Johnstone. The Scottish outfit makes the trip to the Raiffeisen Arena in the first leg on August 19. With indifferent displays in their preceding fixtures, this meeting promises to provide plenty of excitement.

LASK vs St Johnstone: Top Free Betting Tips

This section provides the best predictions for the game along with free betting tips.

Prediction 1

  • Market: Match Result
  • Our tip: LASK to Win
  • Odds: 12/25

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Prediction 2

  • Market: Over/Under 2.5
  • Our tip: Over 2.5
  • Odds: 3/4

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Prediction 3

  • Market: Both teams to score
  • Our tip: Yes
  • Odds: 9/10

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LASK to Win

Strum Graz gave LASK a wake-up call before their meeting with St Johnstone. The Scotsmen cannot be taken lightly as they held their own against Galatasaray but eventually succumbed to the Turkish outfit's might. Nevertheless, we favour Die Laskler to claim the upper hand in this first leg meeting. While St Johnstone struggled Galatasaray, Dominik Thalhammer's men demolished the hopes of Vojvodina.

Total Goals: Over 2.5

Both LASK and St Johnstone have found themselves involved in high scoring affairs lately. Interestingly, both sides have seen eleven goals across their last two outings, the combined tally standing at 22. At home, LASK scores 2.44 goals on average, while St Johnstone's statistic reads 1.57 goals (on average) when playing on the road.

Both Teams to Score: Yes

The start of the 2021/22 campaign saw Dominik Thalhammer's men claim three clean sheets in four competitive outings. Since then, their backline has given way to their rivals and both teams have scored in their last three successive matches. For St Johnstone, the story has been remarkably different. Barring their opening fixture which finished in a nil-nil draw, each of their successive competitive fixtures has seen both sides get on the scoreboard.

LASK vs St Johnstone: Team News and Match Preview


After losing to Strum Graz over the weekend, Dominik Thalhammer's energies will be diverted to getting a positive result against St Johnstone in their bid to qualify for the Europa Conference League. Die Laskler will be confident of their abilities, scoring in each of their competitive outings in the 2021/22 campaign, whilst also accumulating three clean sheets in the process. All eyes will be on Mamoudou Karamoko as the French forwards leads their goalscoring ranks with three goals this season.

St Johnstone

The Saints ambitions of playing in the Europa League suffered a jolt as Galatasaray knocked them out of the competition. The third-tier UEFA competition, the Europa Conference League is their last hope of continental action. Callum Davidson will be aware of the gargantuan task awaiting his side as the defence continues to leak goals and a response from the forward line has not counter-balanced it.

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FAQs regarding LASK vs St Johnstone Coverage and Accessibility

LASK vs St Johnstone Prediction

When is the match scheduled?

The match will take place on 19 August 2021 at 19:00 GMT.

Where is the game being played?

Raiffeisen Arena.

Who are the bookmakers favourite to win?

LASK Linz.

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