We're heading to Paraguay tonight, because Kev thinks he's found a game that'll bore us to tears, but also make us a profit.
Strugglers to cancel each other out
Sportivo Luqueno v River Plate Asuncion Tuesday 12 November, 21:00
We were Danny DeVito-ed last night in Germany, in the sense that we were left a bit short (one for the teenagers, there.) Preussen Munster drew 1-1 with Eintracht Braunschweig, leaving us begging for a goal that never came.
We're heading to Paraguay, and we hope to be bored beyond belief, as Sportivo Luqueno take on River Plate Asuncion.
Like Police Academy 5: Assignment to Miami, and Fast and Furious 38 or whichever number they are up to now, this River Plate isn't quite as good as the original. Winning the second division title last year is about as glittering as their trophy cupboard has got, and the last time they finished anywhere near top sport in the top division was back in 1930, when they ended up as runners-up.
At the moment, River are struggling in the Primera Division, having collected 17 points from their 16 games. Their matches don't tend to be thrill-a-minute - their last ten matches have all featured fewer than three goals.
It's a similar scenario for Sportivo Luqueno, who are the only team below River in the 12-team division. Six of their last seven games overall have seen an Under 2.5 Goals bet land, and that's true of six of their last seven outings at the Estadio Feliciano Caceres.
These are the two weakest teams in the league, with two of the weakest attacks. Under 2.5 Goals seems the sensible bet here at 1.90.