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Kashiwa are not good on the road
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In the 24th round of Japan Professional League, Kobe Victory hosted Kashiwa Reysol.

In the last round of the league, Kobe defeated Kawasaki Striker 1-0 on the road, gaining their 3rd win in the last 5 matches, and continue to stay at the top of the league table. Kobe Victory has been outstanding in both offense and defense this season, scoring 43 goals and conceding 19 in 23 league matches so far, which is one of the teams with the highest number of goals scored and conceded in the league. Kobe's excellent form this season is attributed to the heroic play of Kashi Muto and Isamu Osako, with the former contributing 8 goals and 9 assists, and the latter ranking first in the league's top scorer list with 17 goals and 4 assists.
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Kashiwa Sun God in the last round of the league at home 1-1 draw Osaka Sakura, two consecutive rounds of unbeaten. 10 rounds of winless, Kashiwa Sun God deep relegation quagmire, they are only one point ahead of the relegation zone of the Shonan Marine, the situation is not optimistic. Kashiwa Sun God has a poor record on the road, with 2 wins, 2 draws and 7 losses in 11 league away games. In addition, the team's attacking power is also very weak, scoring only 20 goals in 23 league games, an average of less than 1 goal.

In the last 10 meetings between the two sides, Kobe Victory have 3 wins, 1 draw and 6 losses, which is not an advantage. In the first meeting of this season, Kobe Victory Dockets drew 1-1, Kobe Victory Dockets player Isaoichi Honda scored a wonderful oval goal. Can Kobe Victory continue to sit at the top of the table at home?
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