FERENCVAROSI VS YOUNG BOYS TIPS
Ferencvarosi were unlucky not to secure a draw in the first leg as Young Boys received an early red card. However, congrats to the Swiss Champions for fighting like a complete squad and winning in front of their home crowd. The second leg takes place in Hungary, with the away team holding a one-goal edge. Ferencvarosi will undoubtedly go all-out assault in this encounter, with at least two goals required to break the deadlock.
Ferencvarosi's major issue moving forward will be their poor defensive performance in recent games. Gaps and spaces at the back have resulted in them failing to keep a clean sheet in their last three games, and if they concede on Tuesday night, they will lose their unbeaten streak.
At least in Europe, Young Boys have started this season how they ended the last one. They haven't lost in their last five games, but they, like Ferencvarosi, haven't maintained a clean sheet in their last three. In fact, goals have been scored at both ends of the field in four of their previous five games, indicating that they prefer to play an open game and engage in a physical, fast-paced struggle with their opponents.
When betting on this game, it's crucial to consider the playing styles of both teams. Both teams prefer to preserve possession of the ball and attack the opponent's goal whenever possible, implying an open game on Tuesday night. As a result, we anticipate goals from both ends of the field. With both teams, we forecast a 1-1 draw.
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