Match Time：1/14/2021 04:00 Thursday (GMT+8)
Universidad Concepcion are not reporting any new major injuries for this contest.
Colo Colo will have Maximiliano Falcon return, but they will have Jorge Valdivia, Matias Fernandez, Leonardo Valencia, Oscar Opazo and Marcos Bolados all sidelined.
Injured/Unavailable: Claudio Navarrete (Achilles), Martin Lara (anterior cruciate ligament), Juan Pablo Abarzua (knee)
Injured/Unavailable: Marcos Bolados (thigh), Oscar Opazo (anterior cruciate ligament), Matias Zaldivia (Achilles), Leonardo Valencia, Matias Fernandez, Jorge Valdivia (all muscular)
MAIN PREDICTION: AWAY WIN
Universidad Concepcion are coming off a 2-1 away win over Union La Calera the last time out. They will return home for this matchup, where they’ve gone W1, D2 and L2 in their last five games while securing just four wins all season long. It’s clear the offensive responsibility hurts them at home, headlined by the fact they’ve scored just 16 goals in 14 home league matches.
Colo Colo, on the other hand, are coming off a 1-0 home win over Everton VM and that means they’ve posted a W3, D1, L1 mark over their last five league contests – that’s a sizable upgrade over their mid-season form. They have also looked decent away from home, as they’ve posted a W3, D6 and L5 mark on the road while losing just one of their last five away matches (W2, D2 and L1).
Colo Colo have been thriving on the road, while Universidad Concepcion have struggled at home. Expect the visitors to claim the three points here.
HEAD TO HEAD
The recent H2H record between both sides indicates an edge for Universidad Concepcion, as they’ve lost just once in their last five league games against Colo Colo (W3, D1 and L1).