UEFA Champions League Qualifying Match Betting Score Prediction this season presents a classic match between CFR Cluj vs Maccabi Tel Aviv, which will take place on Thursday, 25 July 2019 at 01:00 WIB, at the Dr. Stadium. Constantin Radulescu.
Second zone of 2019-2020 Champions League qualification will bring two big teams from each league to face each other. If we look at the status of these two teams, the statistics showed that both balanced in terms of quality to the results obtained in the last match.
Now Cluj who acts as the host is a little better than Maccabi, who is just getting ready to play with a makeshift team, as some of their core players are in the process of healing injuries.
Not yet know the opponent’s game, we can be sure this match will run interesting, because both teams are looking forward to the remaining tickets to the Champions League finals next season.
Asian Handicap Market – CFR Cluj vs Maccabi Tel Aviv:
CFR Cluj 0: 0 Maccabi Tel Aviv
Score Prediction – CFR Cluj vs Maccabi Tel Aviv:
CFR Cluj 1-1 Maccabi Tel Aviv
Both teams are known as a team that relies on attacks, and if they both apply these tactics, it is certain that this game will open up by presenting a lot of open space. Apart from that, our prediction team remains in the view of the stock market, where the match deserves to end with a draw score 0-0.
Head to Head Matches – CFR Cluj vs Maccabi Tel Aviv:
Never met before
CFR Cluj’s Last 5 Matches:
[07/07/19] CFR Cluj 0 – 1 Viitorul
[09/07/19] Astana 1 – 0 CFR Cluj
[14/07/19] CFR Cluj 1 – 1 CSMS Iasi
[18/07/19] CFR Cluj 3 – 1 Astana
[21/07/19] Academica Clinceni 1 – 4 CFR Cluj
Maccabi Tel Aviv’s Last 5 Matches:
[26/05/19] Hapoel Be’er Sheva 0 – 4 Maccabi Tel Aviv
[09/07/19] Union Saint 2 – 0 Maccabi Tel Aviv
[12/07/19] KRC Genk 4 – 1 Maccabi Tel Aviv
[14/07/19] Sparta Rotterdam 1 – 2 Maccabi Tel Aviv
[21/07/19] Maccabi Tel Aviv 1 – 0 Bnei Yehuda
CFR CLUJ: Arlauskis – Hoban – Males – Dokovic – Paun – Costache – Omrani – Muresan – Peteleu – Boli – Manea.
Maccabi Tel Aviv: Predrag Rajkovic, Yuval Shpungin, Tal Ben Haim, Eitan Tibi, Omri Ben Harush, Tal Ben Haim II, Nikola Mitrovic, Gal Alberman, Nosa Igiebor, Avi Rikan, Eran Zahavi.