Slavia Prague – Ferencvaros Predictions
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Slavia Prague 1-0 Ferencvaros
Date: 10.08.2021 | Match at: 18:00 | League: Champions League – Qualification – Semi-finals | Tip: Under 3.5 Goals | Odds: 1.46 | Bookie: Unibet.
Slavia Prague – Ferencvaros Match Preview
- Czech champions Slavia Prague need a minor miracle to negotiate this UEFA Champions League (UCL) third qualification round tie. They trail 2-0 on aggregate, after an OG and an opposition spot-kick in Budapest saw their winless UCL run reach nine games (D3, L6).
- Alarmingly for Slavia fans, their club’s most recent handicap-beating UCL home win dates back to August 2003. This may jolt the ‘Červenobílí’ towards adding positively to a notable trend, where each of their last seven European games to see a winner (W4, L3) have yielded a 2+ goal margin.
- For the benefit of historians, Slavia’s last outright aggregate win inside 180 minutes after a first-leg loss by 2+ goals dates back to the 2000/01 UEFA Cup third round. In December 2000, they progressed 5-3 on aggregate, following a 2-0 first-leg defeat to the unseeded Osijek.
- Unseeded themselves, Ferencváros may be in control, but they recorded only 33.33% of the first leg’s overall shots and total efforts on target. This might provoke older ‘Green Eagles’ fans into remembering their side’s last UCL qualification phase elimination after a won first leg, which occurred back in August 2004 in this very city!
- Ferencváros have also lost each of their previous three UCL away games played against teams with a higher UEFA coefficient. On a brighter note, however, they most recently beat a seeded side (Celtic) in a UCL qualification away game only last year, despite being outscored 7-2 in terms of shots on target.
- Key battle: Nicolae Stanciu accounted for all three of Slavia’s pre-HT shots on target in the first leg. His failure to convert was mostly down to Ferencváros goalkeeper Dénes Dibusz, who made six saves to his counterpart Ondřej Kolář’s one in Budapest.
- Hot stat: Six (60%) of the last ten wins attained by any seeded side in a UCL third qualification round home leg have produced over 2.5 match goals.