Added on October 23, 2019 Category Europa League

The fact that there is home advantage not only at national level, but above all also internationally in UEFA competitions can be demonstrated by figures. In about 50% of all cases, the home team wins statistically. However, what happened so far in Group G of the preliminary round of the Europa League 2019/20, takes the whole thing to the next level.

Young Boys vs Feyenoord Rotterdam Soccer Betting Tips

Namely, the team with the right to home won in every single match. And because on the first two matchdays, all four teams were allowed to play at home once, accordingly, all four clubs with three points at eye level are there.
With these home values ​​in mind, it’s no surprise that Young Boys vs. Feyenoord Rotterdam, the odds of bookmakers again turn out clearly in the direction of the home side, which, however, which is aggravating added, also a home night.

Twelve of the last 16 home games in the group stage of the Europa League won the Swiss (one draw, three defeats), which clearly influenced the forecast at Young Boys against Feyenoord. Finally, the Dutch are considered extremely strong home team, which wobbles in particular abroad again and again. This is also reflected internationally.

Only two of the last 22 European competitive games in the distance have won “De club van het volk” (four draws, 16 defeats), which is why we at Young Boys vs Feyenoord Rotterdam recommend the bet on the Bernese and thus the bet on the next home win in the group of home teams.

Young Boys – Statistics & Current Form

Two championships in series were the BSC Young Boys celebrate last. In the current table of the Swiss Super League, however, only second place behind the resurgent FC Basel to book, against the home at the end of September just “1” 1 draw was played. A small period of weakness for the team of Gerardo Seoane, who also drew in the match before and after the Basel draw.

However, the yellow-black have not lost yet and are in very good shape in seven wins and four draws from the previous eleven league games. All the more positive that the troupe came very well from the international break and could continue against Xamax Neuchâtel, where she stopped before the break. So followed for a 4-0 away win in Zurich, the 4-1 home win against Xamax.

“It took us a while to get into the game, but we are all the happier that we won 4-1 and are now all the more positive in the next games. […] We will regenerate well and put the focus on the next game. This is how you go from game to game day by day, step by step. ” – Gianluca Gaudino on YB-TV

Although the team of Gerardo Seoane needed some time to get into this game, in the end it was able to win at home once more, where the Berner Sport Club already has its great strength anyway. Twelve of the last 16 group matches in the Europa League have won the Young Boys (one draw, three defeats). Among them was the 2-1 last-minute win over Glasgow Rangers on Matchday 2, which eliminated the 2-1 defeat at FC Porto.

Now, YB has 100% in its own hands to be on course towards the sixteenth finals with a home win over the Dutch just in time for the preliminaries. In the last two participations in the Europa League, the entry into the knockout stage had finally been denied to the Swiss.

After a successful dress rehearsal, however, the odds for Young Boys against Feyenoord Rotterdam are now clearly in the direction of the yellow-blacks, who also have a veritable miracle weapon in the storm center with Jean-Pierre Nsame.

The Cameroonian, who also has French citizenship, has already scored 14 league goals in the 17 appearances of the 2019/20 season. Not only are they ten goals in the Super League, but also in the Europa League, the key player in the Bern attack was additionally successful. Once again, it will be more important to the Dutch.

Expected lineup of Young Boys:
➠ von Ballmoos – Garcia – Sörensen – Bürgy – Janko – Lustenberger – Aebischer – Gaudino – Ngamaleu – Fassnacht – Nsamé

Last Games by Young Boys:

⚽️ 19.10.2019 – Young Boys Vs. Xamax Neuchatel 4: 1 (Super League)
⚽️ 06.10.2019 – FC Zurich vs. Young Boys 0: 4 (Super League)
⚽️ 03.10.2019 – Young Boys Vs. Glasgow Rangers 2: 1 (Europa League)
⚽️ 28.09.2019 – Young Boys vs. Sion 3: 2 (Super League)
⚽️ 25.09.2019 – Thun Vs. Young Boys 1: 1 (Super League)

Feyenoord Rotterdam – Statistics & Current Form

Feyenoord Rotterdam was in for a big change this summer. Giovanni van Bronckhorst, who took over the coaching role in 2015, twice won the Dutch Cup title in “De Stadionclub” and won the first Dutch championship for 18 years in 2017, left the club after four very successful years.

With him also went players like Tonny Vilhena, Jeremiah St. Juste and Emil Hansson, while the loan of Cuco Martina and Jordy Clasie could not be extended. Due to the missed qualification for the Champions League and an uncertain participation in the Europa League, for which the Rotterdam had to pass first through two qualifying rounds, the box office was quite damp, so that the departures are also not adequately replaced.

That the interim result under successor coach Jaap Stam, who got a offer from Newcastle United from the Premier League just three days after his pledge to the “Club van het volk”, but this rejected and stood by his word, but after ten matchdays in the Eredivisie sun Hardly anyone had dreamed of it.

“We were not patient enough and did not let the ball run fast enough from left to right. This makes it too easy for the opponent to defend. That was unworthy of Feyenoord. We lost points in several competitions. We are very disappointed. ” – Jaap Stam at De Telegraaf

Only in tenth place, the stadium club ranks in the current table and lost before the international break not only once more away – 2-4 at Fortuna Sittard – but now even pimped at home in De Kuip, where the “Trots van Zuid” otherwise usually hardly anyone becomes dangerous. Only 1-1 against Heracles Almelo in a game that Jaap Stam subsequently titled unworthy as the club Feyenoord.

The biggest drawback at the moment is certainly the defensive, which has conceded 18 goals in ten league games and where, due to the injury of Sven van Beek, the necessary calm is missing at the moment, suggesting the next away defeat of the Dutch side against Young Feyenoord Rotterdam favored.

After all, the stadium club is not only at a national level in the distance, but above all internationally. Apart from the victory in Israel in the play-offs to the Europa League, Feyenoord won only two of the last 22 European competitive games in foreign places (four draws, 16 defeats) and scored in all these 22 games only two times more than one goal.

This is not the best prerequisite for the drive to the offensively strong Bernern, especially since in the minds of the players should haunt something else anyway. Next Sunday, the Dutch “Klassieker” will face Ajax Amsterdam.

The away game against longtime archrival could drop the stadium club to the twelfth place in the table and plunge into the relegation zone. The lower the interest would be in playing in a still fairly balanced Europa League Group G to the complete expenditure on victory …

Expected formation of Feyenoord Rotterdam:
➠ Vermeer – Haps – Senesi – Ie – Karsdorp – Fer – Toornstra – Kökcü – Sinisterra – Berghuis – Jörgensen

Last matches from Feyenoord Rotterdam:

⚽️ 20.10.2019 – Feyenoord Rotterdam vs Heracles Almelo 1: 1 (Eredivisie)
⚽️ 06.10.2019 – Fortuna Sittard Vs. Feyenoord Rotterdam 4: 2 (Eredivisie)
⚽️ 03.10.2019 – Feyenoord Rotterdam vs Porto 2: 0 (Europa League)
⚽️ 29.09.2019 – Feyenoord Rotterdam vs Twente Enschede 5: 1 (Eredivisie)
⚽️ 26.09.2019 – Feyenoord Rotterdam vs AZ Alkmaar 0: 3 (Eredivisie)

Young Boys vs Feyenoord Rotterdam Direct Comparison & Statistics Highlights

Head to head: 0 – 0 – 0

There has never been a clash between BSC Young Boys and Feyenoord Rotterdam so far. Both teams are now logically contesting their very first duel against each other.

The Berne have been able to win only one of four duels with a Dutch club to themselves and have all lost the other three matches, while Feyenoord won five matches against eleven games against representatives of the Swiss Super League (three draws and three defeats).

Away, however, the balance of the Rotterdam is balanced. With six trips to Switzerland, there were two wins, draws and defeats at the end.

Young Boys vs Feyenoord Rotterdam Best Soccer Betting Tips Explained

At Young Boys versus Feyenoord Rotterdam, our prediction is based on a total of three factors towards the Swiss. Firstly, that is the fact that the people of Berne are particularly strong at home and have won twelve of their 16 home matches in the Europa League group stage.

Secondly, it is the outward weakness of the Dutch team that has turned only two out of the last 22 European away games into a victory and lost 16 of those games. And thirdly, it is the momentum that is clearly on the side of the hosts, who are still unbeaten in their national league, while the Eredivisie stadium club is ranked in a disappointing tenth place.

Key Facts – Young Boys vs Feyenoord Rotterdam tips

💡 The Young Boys have won twelve of the last 16 home games in the Europa League group stage (one draw, three defeats)
💡 Apart from the play-off game in Israel, Feyenoord Rotterdam won only two of the last 22 European away games (four draws, 16 defeats)
💡 So far, in all four games of Group G invariably always won the home team

That’s why we recommend you try Young Boys vs Feyenoord Rotterdam the prediction on a success of the Swiss to play, so that the fifth game in Group G would end with a home win.

With the Dutch “Klassieker” in front of the chest, the “Club van het volk” should not go beyond the capacity limit, even if they are behind, but remember that three more games – including two home games – are time to move on to catch up with just three points.

Young Boys vs. Feyenoord Rotterdam have odds of up to 2.00 for this tip, which we allude very high with seven units.

Competition: Europa League, Group. G
Date: 24.10.2019
Bet Tip: Young Boys (1)
Odds: 2.00
Stake: 7/10 units