Ferencvaros vs Young Boys Predictions

Ferencvaros and Young Boys will meet in the Champions League Quals playoffs. Ferencvaros is playing in good form, and they will try to surprise the Young Boys and get a place in the group stage of the Champions League. Young Boys is an interesting team playing attacking football, always for goal more, and David Wagner has found a recipe for victories.

August 24th, 2021 – 21:00

ferencvaros vs young boys betting tips

Ferencvaros vs Young Boys Betting Tips & Predictions

Young Boys to win @2.05

BTTS Yes @ 1.50

Correct score 1:2 @9.00

Reason for Ferencvaros vs Young Boys Predictions

A place in the Champions League group stages is at stake, and Hungarian side Ferencvaros will be looking to grab it when they host Swiss side Young Boys. Going into this game, Ferencvaros trail 3-2 from the first leg. Franck Boli scored a brace in the first leg loss, which could be crucial to the outcome of this tie. Ferencvaros have lost three of their last five matches but failed to score in just one of the five. Ferencvaros will hope their scoring run stays intact after scoring two or more in three of the last four matches to turn the tide in their favor. However, they have just one clean sheet in five, which they will definitely want to improve here. Both sides have scored in three of their last five matches. Ferencvaros have a good run at home, winning four of five matches, with three clean sheets in the run and having scored two or more in four. Aissa Laidouni plays excellently and does not allow the opponent to play in the middle of the field. Franck Boli is the engine of this team, his greatest virtue is speed, and he has excellent ball control and can be satisfied with his performance.

Young Boys take a run of three straight wins to this game; they’ve scored three or more goals in those three matches and only failed to score in one. They should have won with a bigger margin in the first leg, after coming from down to lead 3-1, but a late Boli goal gave Ferencvaros some hope. Young Boys will travel to Hungary without Silvan Hefti, the defender having been sent off in the 25th minute of the first leg game. Both teams have scored in four of Young Boys’ last five matches, and they have no clean sheet in the five. Their last three matches have all produced over 2.5 goals, and they’ve led at halftime in each of them. Away from home, Young Boys have five wins in 10 games. Vincent Sierro has excellent ball control, he can play in several positions, and every team needs such a player. Meschack Elia enjoys the pitch, and when he receives the ball and moves towards the goal, the opponent has problems.


Young Boys are favorites in this match, and the advantage from the first match should be enough to keep this tie under control.

We can also expect a goal in both nets, and neither side should keep the clean sheet.

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