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The final two spots our Top 10 are Premier Division side Glacis Utd with 750 followers followed by Second Division side FC Boca Juniors with 724 followers.
Head 2 Head stats rule in Lions favour, out of their three meetings this season, Lions have won one and drawn two.
Lions come into this game on the back of some poor form, the performances have improved but they just can’t turn it into any wins. With unconfirmed reports stating that no Premier League team will be relegated this season, Lions can count themselves lucky and look to rebuild for next season.
Premier Division newcomers Gibraltar United come in at number eleven with 622 followers and Angels FC are yet to create a Twitter account.
Second Division title chasers Europa Point are the second most-followed with 10.9k Twitter users subscribing to their posts, while Lincoln Red Imps are third with 1976 followers – more than their rivals Europa FC who are fourth with 1303 followers.
Lions are the fifth-most followed club in the country with 926 followers, while Manchester 62 are sixth with 819 followers. A surprise entry at number seven is FC Olympique from the Second Division registered 784 followers and just behind them are FC Britannia with 776 followers.
Lynx come into this game on the back of a 8-0 win against Britannia last weekend and currently sit five points behind College Europa, who they face next weekend. Lions will have to watch out for trio Raducio King, Rafa Bado & Robert Guiling as they hope to continue their fine goal-scoring form.
Lynx F.C. is a football club from the British Overseas Territory of Gibraltar. They play in the Gibraltar Football Association's Premier Division. The club colours are yellow and black.
Football Gibraltar has taken a look at clubs around Gibraltar and their social media reach and it’s the Yellows who come out on top with over 23.8k Twitter followers – more than any other football club in Gibraltar.
Lynx FC are top of the league… for Twitter followers.
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Lynx come into the match as favourites at 1/8 to defeat Lions which you’d expect from their recent form. There’s not much value in that though and seeing as Lions have been able to hold their own in the past, backing them at 12/1 to win or even 7/1 to draw doesn’t seem like too much of a bad bet.
In 2015 they appointed former national team coach Allen Bula as a sporting director, as well as becoming a feeder club to Slovakian side MFK Košice, for whom Bula was an academy coach before managing Gibraltar.