Coritiba vs Cuiaba Predictions

Coritiba vs Cuiaba predictions ahead of this affair on Wednesday night. Coritiba aim to inch away from the Brasileiro relegation zone as they welcome Cuiaba on Wednesday evening. Can they do so or will struggle again? Read on for our free betting tips and predictions.

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Coritiba vs Cuiaba Predictions

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Relegation Battle: Coritiba and Cuiaba Lock Horns in Brasileiro Showdown

Key Stats
– Coritiba broke an eight-match losing streak with two consecutive wins.
– Deyverson, leading Cuiaba’s attack, has netted an impressive nine times this campaign.
– Both teams have shown a knack for low-scoring encounters, with recent games often featuring less than three goals.

The electric atmosphere at Couto Pereira is palpable as Coritiba gear up to face off against Cuiaba on Wednesday night. The stakes are higher than ever as both teams look to shore up their respective positions in the Brasileiro table.

Coritiba’s Road to Redemption

After suffering eight consecutive losses between July and September, Coritiba’s position became increasingly perilous. But showing the spirit of champions, they bounced back with two surprising victories. An inspiring win against Athletico Paranaense, cheered on by their home crowd, saw them breaking the bad streak with a 2-0 score. And the thrills didn’t stop there. They staged a stunning comeback to secure a 2-1 win against Atletico Mineiro.


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The talismanic Algerian striker, Islam Slimani, emerged as the hero in this recovery phase, notching the decisive goal and extending his tally to three in five matches since his August signing. Yet, there remains a steep climb to safety with an eight-point deficit.

Cuiaba’s Balancing Act

Hovering just six points above the dreaded relegation zone, Cuiaba too feel the pressure. Their recent performances, however, show promise. A striking 3-0 victory against Fluminense hinted at a team in resurgence. This was closely followed by a respectable draw with Cruzeiro, further consolidating their bid for the next season’s Copa Sudamericana.

It’s worth noting the familiarity of Cuiaba’s head coach, Antonio Oliveira, with Coritiba – a factor that might play into the night’s strategies.

Team Line-ups and Tactics

Coritiba’s boss, Kosloski, despite tasting success in the previous game, might look for some fresh legs. Jamerson’s return seems likely after his match-winning assist, and both Kaio and Jean Pedroso might also make the cut. Although Pedroso recently re-entered senior football, the solid performance of Benjamin Kuscevic might see him retaining his defensive role.

Cuiaba, on the other hand, could see Rikelme starting, given Uendel’s early exit in the last game. While Fernando Sobral’s return to the midfield remains a possibility, Deyverson, with his impressive nine-goal haul this season, will undoubtedly spearhead their attack.

Performance Analysis and Predictions

1. Match Outcome

Given the fluctuating forms of both teams and their desperate circumstances, this fixture might be closer than one might assume. Respecting Cuiaba’s overall performance this season and the fight Coritiba has shown recently, a well-fought low-scoring draw seems a plausible prediction.

2. Correct Score Prediction

Using the recent statistics, both teams’ defensive and attacking patterns suggest a tight game. A 1-1 draw might be on the cards.

3. Goalscorer Prediction

Islam Slimani has been in form for Coritiba with 3 goals in 5 appearances, making him a likely candidate to get on the score sheet. On the other side, Deyverson stands out for Cuiaba with 9 goals, marking him as a potential threat.

4. First Half Result

Coritiba’s recent resurgence and their need to get out of the relegation zone might see them press hard early on. A 1-0 lead in favour of Coritiba at half-time seems probable.

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