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Galway FC vs. Sligo Rovers Betting Odds, Free Picks, and Predictions - 2:45 PM ET (Fri, May 10, 2024)

Galway FC go up against Sligo Rovers in Ireland - Premier action on Friday, May 10, 2024. Kickoff is set for 2:45 PM ET.

Are you looking to bet on this match? You've found the right article! We at CapperTek have all the latest sports betting tools and information to help put you on the correct side of the betting action for this match-up.

Galway FC vs. Sligo Rovers Match Details and Betting Odds

Home Team: Galway FC
Away Team: Sligo Rovers
Date: Friday, May 10, 2024
Time: 2:45 PM ET
League: Ireland - Premier (Soccer)

Galway FC Moneyline: -116
Sligo Rovers Moneyline: +354
Match Draw Moneyline: +236

Galway FC Spread: -0.5 (-115)
Sligo Rovers Spread: +0.5 (-103)

Match Total Goals: 2 (Over -130 / Under +108)

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A Closer Look Inside the Betting Numbers

We here at CapperTek provide in-depth betting trends for both Galway FC and Sligo Rovers, but let's take a closer look inside some of the betting numbers for this match-up right now.

Now let's take a look at the home team, Galway FC.

In their last 10 matches, Galway FC has a Straight Up record of 3 wins, 7 losses and an active Straight Up streak of 1 win in a row. Also in their last 10 matches, Galway FC has an Against-the-Spread record of 3 wins, 5 losses and an active Against-the-Spread streak of 2 wins in a row. The Match Total Goals results for Galway FC matches has a record of 0 overs, 9 unders, 1 push in their last 10 matches with an active streak of 6 unders in a row.

First let's take a look at the away team, Sligo Rovers.

In their last 10 matches, Sligo Rovers has a Straight Up record of 3 wins, 7 losses and an active Straight Up streak of 1 win in a row. Also in their last 10 matches, Sligo Rovers has an Against-the-Spread record of 4 wins, 5 losses and an active Against-the-Spread streak of 1 win in a row. The Match Total Goals results for Sligo Rovers matches has a record of 4 overs, 5 unders, 1 push in their last 10 matches with an active streak of 2 unders in a row.

If you you would like more detailed betting information for this match-up such as the trends or steaks broken down into Home vs. Away splits, or Favorite vs. Underdog splits, make sure to check out the Galway FC vs. Sligo Rovers Trend Finder directly.

Who's Going to Win This Match? Our Prediction

We pride ourselves here at CapperTek on providing our users with the most advanced machine learning artificial intelligence to simulate match outcomes using algorithms we have custom designed over 10+ years of research and development.

According to our simulation of Galway FC vs. Sligo Rovers soccer match, we have Galway FC beating Sligo Rovers with a simulated final score of: Galway FC [1] - Sligo Rovers [0]

Sometimes our game simulations change, like if there's a major line movement, drastic shift in the odds, or if there's a key injury, etc. To make sure you have the latest and most accurate simulation, you can run the Galway FC vs. Sligo Rovers Simulation directly. Also after the Galway FC vs. Sligo Rovers match is finished, you can re-run the simulation and check out how the simulated final result did compared to the actual final result.

What Should I Bet On? Our Free Picks

Now let's get down to the real reason you're here, who or what should you bet on in the Galway FC vs. Sligo Rovers soccer match-up? According to the simulated prediction and results for this match-up above, we here at CapperTek suggest you place the following bets:

Free Moneyline Pick: Galway FC -116

Free Spread Pick: Galway FC -0.5 (-115)

Free Total Pick: Under 2 (+108)

We hope our free picks and predictions help you out if you're wagering on the Galway FC vs. Sligo Rovers Ireland - Premier match-up. Our betting tips are based on detailed analytics and wagering intelligence to provide you the best possible plays. Our goal is to provide valuable sports betting information to gamblers and help put them on the right side of the action.

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Bayern offside is latest Champions League controversy for ref Marciniak after cup final successes

GENEVA (AP) - It has been a challenging season in the Champions League for the 2022 World Cup final referee Szymon Marciniak and his support officials from Poland.

Two stoppage-time decisions by Marciniak and his team - affecting Bayern Munich in the semifinals on Wednesday and Newcastle in a group-stage game in November - have fueled referee controversies that are rare in the elite-level competition.

Both times, Marciniak's and his team's interventions seemed to go against the widely understood advice UEFA gives match officials for its games: Don't stop play immediately for tight offside calls and don't award a penalty for handball when the ball has deflected off a player's own body.

A "disastrous decision," Bayern coach Thomas Tuchel said of the assistant's flag quickly raised and Marciniak's whistle quickly blown for a possible offside in a last-chance attack in the 13th minute of stoppage time. Bayern needed one goal to force extra time against Real Madrid.

Matthijs de Ligt then shot into Madrid's net that, if allowed, would have tied the score at 2-2 and kept Bayern in with a chance to reach the final.

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In Marciniak's previous controversy, Newcastle coach Eddie Howe spoke of a "poor decision ... hugely frustrating" when Paris Saint-Germain converted a spot kick eight minutes into stoppage time to salvage a 1-1 draw at Parc des Princes.

A win would have lifted Newcastle above PSG into second place in the group standings, behind leader Borussia Dortmund, with one round left. PSG ultimately advanced to the semifinals and was eliminated this week by Dortmund.

Marciniak awarded the penalty for handball against Newcastle defender Tino Livramento only after being urged by his video review specialist to look at the pitchside monitor. That official, Tomasz Kwiatkowski, was stood down by UEFA from his subsequent Champions League game.

Kwiatkowski also was on duty on Wednesday in Madrid but never got a chance to advise on the marginal offside call against Bayern because Marciniak whistled to officially stop play before De Ligt could shoot.

"It feels almost like a betrayal in the end because of that decision," Tuchel said. "The referee does not have to whistle. He sees that we win the second ball, he sees that we get the shot away. To whistle is a very, very bad decision. It's against the rules and it's a bad decision from both of them.

"The linesman said sorry. That does not help."

De Ligt said the assistant apologized to him, saying, "I'm sorry, I made a mistake."

"If it's offside or not, I don't know, VAR can check it," the Bayern defender said. "But if you don't check it, how can you see it? This is a shame."

UEFA did not comment on Thursday in line with its policy on field-of-play rulings.

In November, Marciniak's video review specialist was removed from duty when UEFA's chief of football was Zvonimir Boban, the Croatia great who won a Champions League with AC Milan. Boban left UEFA in January in a dispute with its president Aleksander Ceferin about governance standards.

Marciniak and his team were already out of contention for handling the Champions League final on June 1 - when Madrid plays Dortmund at Wembley Stadium in London - because they officiated the showpiece game last year. They were widely praised for handling Manchester City's 1-0 win over Inter Milan, and their work at the World Cup final in Qatar.

Controversy flared days before that Champions League final when Marciniak spoke at a business rally in Poland run by a far-right politician.

Under pressure from a Polish anti-discrimination group that works in soccer, and later UEFA, Marciniak made a statement to "express my deepest apologies" for being involved in the event. He said he was misled about its true nature.

"I humbly request an opportunity to make amends and regain your trust through my future actions," the referee said last June.

Still recognized as among the world's best, Marciniak will return to UEFA duty at the European Championship, where Bayern's stadium is one of 10 venues for the June 14-July 14 tournament.

It will be a surprise if UEFA sends Marciniak and his team to work in Munich so soon.


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