Slavia prague ferencvaros prediction

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What to expect from Ferencvaros vs Slavia Prague?

The team from Slavia Prague has been impressive against strong opponents in the recent past and can be lethal on its day. Both teams have European experience and have a point to prove in this match. Ferencvaros have a fully-fit squad going into this game and will want to be at their best against Slavia Prague.

What to expect from Slavia Prague at Euro 2020?

Slavia Prague were impressive in the Europa League last season and many of their players have proved their mettle at Euro 2020. The likes of Tomas Holes and Petr Sevcik can be dominant midfield forces on their day and will want to be at their best in this match.

What happened in Slavia Prague’s win over Fastav Zlin?

Czech Republic reigning champions Slavia Prague kicked off their title defense in fine fashion as they claimed a 1-0 win over Fastav Zlin. This was quickly followed by a 3-1 victory away to FK Teplice last Friday.

Who will Slavia Prague play in the Europa League group stage?

Slavia Prague have avoided what would have been a tense encounter with Rangers in the playoff round, with the winners of this tie set to face Cluj or Young Boys for the right to enter the group stage of the tournament, where the Czech side last featured in a group of death with Barcelona, Inter Milan and Borussia Dortmund in the 2019-20 season.

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Slavia Prague vs Ferencvaros Betting Tips

Slavia and Ferencvaros had the first leg of the Champions League qualifications last Wednesday in Prague when the Hungarian champion recorded a 2-0 win. According to the stats, Slavia had 18 shots on the goal, while Ferenvaros had only nine, but the home side somehow secured a victory.


Slavia Prague Team News

Slavia Prague has big ambitions, so they signed few interesting players this summer. The new players are Michael Krmencik (who came from Club Brugge), Ivan Schranz (Jablonec), Srdjan Plavsic (Sparta Prague), Ales Mandous (Sigma Olomouc), and Mads Emil Madsen (LASK).


Ferencaros Team News

Ferencvaros also had few interesting transfer moves. They signed Stjepan Loncar (who came from Rijeka for 2.5 million euros), Kristoffer Zachariassen (Rosenborg – 1.5 million euros), Ryan Mmaee (AEL Limassol), and Marijan Cabraja (Dinamo Zagreb).


Slavia Prague vs Ferencvaros where to watch

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Slavia Prague vs Ferencvaros key facts

According to the stats, Slavia was the much better team in the first game.


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Ferencvaros vs Slavia Prague Head-to-Head

Ferencvaros have never played an official fixture against Slavia Prague and will be intent on making their mark in this fixture. The Hungarian giants have done well in their qualification campaign so far and will need to take it up a notch in this match.


Ferencvaros

Ferencvaros have a fully-fit squad going into this game and will want to be at their best against Slavia Prague. The Hungarians are unlikely to make drastic changes to their team for this game.


Slavia Prague

Ondrej Kudela is serving a ban at the moment and will be unable to feature in this game. Lukas Provod and David Hovorka are recuperating from long-term injuries and are ruled out of this match.


Ferencvaros vs Slavia Prague Predicted XI

Ferencvaros Predicted XI (4-3-3): Denes Dibusz; Endre Botka, Samy Mmaee, Miha Blazic, Marijan Cabraja; Kristoffer Zachariassen, Ihor Kharatin, Balint Vecsei; Oleksandr Zubkov, Ryan Mmaee, Robert Mak


Ferencvaros vs Slavia Prague Prediction

Slavia Prague were impressive in the Europa League last season and many of their players have proved their mettle at Euro 2020. The likes of Tomas Holes and Petr Sevcik can be dominant midfield forces on their day and will want to be at their best in this match.


Draw

These two sides might never have met before but that hasn’t stopped us backing a stalemate between the pair on Wednesday. Ferencvaros have the home advantage and have only lost one of their last six matches in all competitions.


BTTS

We’re expecting both teams to find the back of the net in Wednesday’s 1st let, in what should be an entertaining 90-minutes.


1-1 Draw

As far as a final scoreline is concerned, we’re predicting a 1-1 draw in Hungary, a result that will probably suit Slavia Prague more than it will Ferencvaros. The hosts have picked up three wins and a draw from their last four home games but haven’t faced a side of Slavia Prague’s quality in any of those matches.


Our prediction for this Champions League match

Slavia Prague will be aiming to overcome a two-goal deficit in the tie with Ferencvaros when the two teams face each other at Sinobo Stadium on Tuesday. The Czech outfit have no other choice but to go all guns blazing at the Hungarians, but they will have to do it without Petr Sevcik, who suffered an injury in the first leg.


Highlighted Player (Ondrej Kolar )

Born in Liberec, Czech Republic on October 17, 1994, Ondrej Kolar is a towering goalkeeper who plays for Slavia Prague. Kolar started his youth career at his hometown club Liberec, and he continued playing for the White-Blues at senior level.


Highlighted Team (Ferencvaros)

Established back in 1899, Ferencvaros are the most successful Hungarian club. The Zold Sasok clinched their 30th domestic trophy in the 2018/2019 season, but they eventually failed to book their place in the Champions League.


Slavia Prague vs Ferencvaros Head-to-head

Last week’s duel was the first ever proper competitive meeting between Slavia Prague and Ferencvaros.


Slavia Prague vs Ferencvaros Prediction

We might have largely under-estimated Ferencvaros, an excuse since they never looked comfortable in defense despite bagging convincing wins over minnows in the previous rounds of the qualifiers.


Our prediction for this Champions League match

After eliminating Zalgiris in the second qualifying round, Ferencvaros will be aiming to give fans yet another reason for celebration when they face Slavia Prague in Budapest. The Hungarian champions are on a 12-game winning run in all competitions (including friendlies), and it is no wonder the odds for home win have been dropping.


Highlighted Player (Lasha Dvali)

Lasha Dvali is a Georgian footballer who plays for Hungarian side Ferencvaros as a defender. Lasha Dvali’s main position is centre-back, but he is used as both left-back and defensive midfielder as well. The 191-cm tall footballer has a contract with Ferencvaros until June 30, 2020.


Highlighted Team (Slavia Prague)

Slavia Prague is considered one of the most famous teams in Czech Republic. The Cervenobili won the Czechoslovak First League on 13 occasions and they lifted their fourth Czech First League in 2017.


Match preview

With the risk of their Champions League campaign being over before it has even begun, Slavia Prague must seek to harness all of their home dominance for the past 12 months as they go in search of goals in Tuesday’s second leg.


Team News

Slavia defender Ondrej Kudela continues to serve a 10-game UEFA suspension after being found guilty of racial abuse towards Glen Kamara, while his fellow defender David Hovorka is recovering from cruciate ligament surgery.


We say: Slavia Prague 2-1 Ferencvaros (Ferencvaros win 3-2 on aggregate)

Ferencvaros may be able to boast a stellar recent record away from home, but Slavia Prague – even with no supporters present – have simply swept aside almost every team to step through the Sinobo Stadium doors.


Top tip

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Ferencvaros vs Slavia Prague Head-to-head

Ferencvaros and Slavia Prague did not have an opportunity to meet each other in the recent history.


Ferencvaros vs Slavia Prague Prediction

Slavia Prague left a deeper trace in the European competitions in the last several years. They went all the way to the UEFA Europa League quarterfinal last season (elimination to Arsenal). The rock-solid defense is the team’s main weapon as well as chemistry created by the long-term manager Jindich Trpisovsky.

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