Fujieda MYFC team news
After picking up four points from their last two matches, things are definitely looking up for Fujieda. They sit in 9th place with three games to go and there is a possibility of finishing in the top half, if MYFC finish the season strongly.
The main factor behind the recent good form is striker Tsugutoshi Oishi. He has scored all four of Fujieda’s goals in their last two games, meaning he is just one behind Koji Suzuki as the league’s top scorer with 16 goals. If he carries on his good form, MYFC have a great chance of a positive result tomorrow.
Elsewhere, the team has been same the same for the past two matches and whilst results are going well, why change the line up? If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.
Blaublitz Akita fact file
Stadium: Akita City Stadium
Manager: George Yonashiro
Last season: 8th (JFL)
Blaublitz find themselves in 10th place now but can leapfrog Fujieda into 9th with a win tomorrow.
The side have won three of their last six, a highlight being the 2-1 win over high-flyers Machida Zelvia, although they did lose last week against Grulla Morioka.
Akita have not struggled for goals this season, they have scored the joint-sixth most in the league with 34 goals in 30 games. 18 of those goals have come from their forward duo of Hirochika Miyoshi and Leonardo. Miyoshi has four goals in his last six but his Brazilian strike partner has not scored since the 10th August.
Another crucial player for Akita is centre midfielder Shingo Kumabayashi. The 33-year-old has missed just one league game all season and has contributed an impressive nine assists.
Last season’s result
15/09/13 – Fujieda MYFC 2-1 Blaublitz Akita
The match is on Sunday at 13:00 local time or 04:00 UK time.