In their last 6 away games in J-League, Yokohama Marinos have a poor record of 3 defeats by 2+ goals
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Updated to games played on 27 June 2015.Source: J. League Data1^ The home team is listed in the left-hand column.Colours: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.
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The J2 League (J2, J2 Rgu) is the second division of the Japan Professional Football League (, Nihon Puro Sakk Rgu) and the second level of the Japanese association football league system. The top tier is represented by the J1 League. It (along with the rest of the J.League) is currently sponsored by Meiji Yasuda Life and it is thus officially known as the Meiji Yasuda J2 League. Until the 2014 season it was named the J.League Division 2.
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Prior to 1977, the way for clubs to gain access to the Second Division was by making the finals of the All Japan Senior Football Championship and then playing off in their own Promotion/Relegation series against the second tier's bottom clubs. After 1977, the new Regional Football League Competition served as provider of aspiring League clubs. In 1985, the Second Division increased to 12 clubs and in 1986, the number reached 16. Until 1989, the table was divided into East and West groups, depending on geographical location; after that year and until 1992 the table was unified.
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Second-tier club football has existed in Japan since 1972; however, it was only professionalized during the 1999 season with ten clubs. The league took one relegating club from the top division and nine clubs from the second-tier semi-professional former Japan Football League to create the J2 League. The remaining seven clubs in the Japan Football League, the newly formed Yokohama FC, and one promoting club from the Regional Leagues, formed the nine-club Japan Football League, then the third tier of Japanese football. The third tier is now represented by the J3 League.
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The infrastructure of the league was heavily changed in 1999. The league acquired nine clubs from the semi-professional JFL and one club from J.League to create a two-division system, both being the professional leagues. The top flight became the J.League Division 1 (J1) with 16 clubs while J.League Division 2 (J2) was launched with ten clubs in 1999. The second-tier (former) Japan Football League became the third-tier Japan Football League at that time.
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* Bold designates the promoted club Lost the Promotion/Relegation Series or entry playoff Won the Promotion/Relegation Series or entry playoff and got promoted
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In the running season, coach Susumu Watanabe's team scores an average of 0,86 goals per away game, mostly in the second half of the match. On average, 3,14 goals are scored when Sendai guest in foreign stadiums. Last season's statistics show Sendai scoring 1,24 goals per away match, while there were counted 1,35 goals against the team. In the last season, matches away most often ended 0:1, 1:0 or 2:3. In the current season, Sendai's away games mostly ended 0:2, 1:2 or 3:4.
The number of clubs reached 19 in 2010, and the league format was changed to double round-robin. The number increased to 20 in 2011 and to 22 in 2012, where it has remained since then.
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Football Predictions:Goal under 2.25,Matsumoto Y FC -0.25 (based on history stats, only for reference)
* The number in brackets denotes the number of times that the footballer has appeared in the Best 11.