UEFA Champions League Qualifying Match Betting Score Prediction today presents a super match between Ferencvaros vs Ludogorets, which will be held on Thursday, 11 July 2019 at 01:00 WIB, at the Groupama Arena Stadium.
Leg 1 of 2019-2020 Champions League this time presents two old-faced teams, but it is the first time meeting. It can be seen Ferencvaros, as the Hungarian League ruling team, will face Ludogorets, as the Bulgarian League representative.
When referring to the status of these two teams, it can be said that this match will run very hot, as entering the Champions League finals next season is a very proud achievement for both teams.
Playing at home does not make Ferencvaros more seeded, because Ludogorets is a team that is always appear in this qualifying round. In other words, Ludogorets’s experience is better than the host.
Asian Handicap Market – Ferencvaros s Ludogorets:
Ferencvaros 1/4: 0 Ludogorets
Score Prediction – Ferencvaros vs Ludogorets:
Ferencvaros 1-2 Ludogorets
Based on the situation and conditions of both teams, our prediction team follow the references from the existing market, where Ludogorets are so seeded by giving feedback to the host. That means Ludogorets are predicted to win with a thin score of 0-1.
This score is deemed feasible, because the experience of Ludogorets players will provide a focused defense in playing, and although as a host, the quality of Ferencvaros players has not been able to emphasize the strength of Ludogorets players.
Head to Head Matches – Ferencvaros vs Ludogorets:
Never met before
Ferencvaros’ Last 5 Matches:
[15/06/19] Celje 0 – 2 Ferencvaros
[19/06/19] Mura 1 – 4 Ferencvaros
[26/06/19] Ferencvaros 1 – 2 RB Bragantino
[27/06/19] CSKA Sofia 0 – 1 Ferencvaros
[30/06/19] Ferencvaros 3 – 0 Pribram
Ludogorets’ Last 5 Matches:
[25/05/19] Ludogorets 4 – 1 Cherno
[19/06/19] Ludogorets 4 – 0 Triglav
[22/06/19] Ludogorets 2 – 0 Qarabag
[26/06/19] Ludogorets 0 – 3 Shakhtar Donetsk
[27/06/19] Botosani 1 – 2 Ludogorets
Ferencvaros: A. Holczer, L. de Almeida, M. Heister, E. Botka, A. Frimpong, Isael, T. Nguen, F. Gorriaran, A. Csonka, D. Lanzafame, N. Signevich.
Ludogorets: Vladislav Stoyanov; Yordan Minev, Cosmin Moti, Jose Luis Palomino, Natanael Pimienta; Svetoslav Dyakov, Anicet Andrianantenaina; Wanderson, Marcelinho, Virgil Misidjan; Jonathan Cafu.