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St Patrick’s Athletic vs Waterford Prediction, Odds and Free Betting Tips (13/08/2021)

Two in-form teams meet at Richmond Park when St. Patrick’s Athletic take on Waterford in the Irish Premier Division. Read our free predictions and find the latest odds for the clash below in our expert match preview.

St Patrick's Athletic vs Waterford – Free Betting Tips & Predictions

Waterford put their four-match winning streak on the line when they travel to Dublin to take on St. Patrick’s Athletic. Read our top three predictions for Friday’s contest below.

Prediction 1

  • Match Result & 2 or More Goals
  • St. Patrick’s Athletic to Win & Yes
  • 11/20

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Prediction 2

  • Both Teams to Score
  • Yes
  • 13/8

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Prediction 3

  • Team Goals
  • Over 1.5 St. Patrick’s Athletic Team Goals
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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 to Win & Over 2 Goals Scored

Waterford have climbed the standings after a superb four-match winning run, though the Blues surge could hit a brick wall against free-scoring St. Patrick’s Athletic on Friday. The Saints have won each of their last five assignments at Richmond Park, netting an impressive 15 times along the way. With their attacking exploits turning heads, combining a St. Pats win with over two goals looks a smart move this week.

Both Teams to Score

While we expect St. Patrick’s Athletic to pocket the points on Friday, a much-improved Waterford outfit are capable of notching a consolation and that makes the both teams to score market an appealing prospect. The Blues have scored at least once in nine of their last ten fixtures and they are playing with enough confidence to test their host’s defence this week.

Over 1.5 St. Patrick’s Athletic Team Goals

St. Patrick’s Athletic have looked lethal in the final third this season and the four goals they plundered at Dundalk last week shot them to the top of the goalscoring charts in the Irish Premier Division. The Saints have hit at least two goals in seven of their last ten tussles overall and bettors are advised to take advantage of their prowess by backing them in the over 1.5 team goals market when Waterford visit Richmond Park.

St Patrick's Athletic vs Waterford: Match Preview

St. Patrick’s Athletic

With four wins from their last five games and seven victories in their last ten fixtures overall, St. Patrick’s Athletic gliding through the gears and the title hopefuls are favourites to collect three more Premier Division points on Friday. Stephen O'Donnell’s men are playing with a real swagger of late and their 4-1 win over a resurgent Dundalk last time out made for impressive viewing.


Blues boss Marc Bircham was handed a richly deserved new two-year contract this week following the spike in Waterford’s fortunes following his appointment in May. The club’s 1-0 win over a strong Bohemians team last week highlighted the incredible progress they are making under Bircham and the Blues’ look like leaving their early-season relegation worries behind.

Top Betting Odds and Stats for St Patrick's Athletic vs Waterford

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St Patrick's Athletic vs Waterford Coverage and Frequently Asked Questions

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What stadium will the match be played at?

Friday’s match will be played at Richmond Park in Dublin.

When does this fixture kick off?

The game is scheduled to start at 20:45 CET (GMT +1) on August 13.

Who won the last meeting between these clubs?

The teams drew 1-1 when they last met on June 25, though St. Patricks played almost 70 minutes with ten men following Alfie Lewis’s dismissal.