Competition: Champions League Qualification
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Red Star Belgrade vs Young Boys Champions League Quali 2019/20, playoff second leg betting tips
On Tuesday are the first three decisions of the Champions League playoffs. One week after the playoff first leg matches, the week of truth begins for the twelve participating teams. A move into the CL group phase means for the end six qualified teams not only sporting success, but also a not insignificant economic leap into the future. In Belgrade, in the Rajko Mitic Stadium, the reigning Serbian champion Red Star Belgrade meets the national champion of Switzerland, the Young Boys Bern. In an entertaining first leg, which ended in a 2-2 draw after an unusual game of play, Red Star Belgrade made a brilliant start for the landmark return leg. The Young Boys, who could not turn their big game control into an advantage for the second leg at the first leg, now have to stretch extremely hard in the Serbian capital if they want to successfully survive the playoffs in the infamous cauldron of Belgrade.
Red Star Belgrade: Form of moment, last results, statistics
Especially to spare Vladan Milojevic’s team for the forward-looking return leg of the CL playoffs, the championship game against FK Cukaricki was postponed. Midfielder Marko Marin, the Serbian champions, can now fully concentrate on the challenge against Young Boys Bern to gild the excellent first leg result (2-2) with their entry into the Champions League group stage. The season so far gives the team of Crvena Zvezda a healthy self-confidence on the way. In the championship all four league games have been won so far.
Less confident, if successful, were the appearances in the CL qualification. In round 1, Roter Stern threw first the Lithuanian champions FK Suduva (0-0 first leg, 2: 1 second leg) out of the qualifying, before in the second round it was just as close to the Finnish HJK Helsinki (2: 0,1: 2) has been. It was really tight in round 3 against the reigning Danish champions FC Copenhagen. After 1: 1 in the first leg, it was after the same exit initially in extra time before on penalties (7: 6 n.E.) The decision fell in favor of the Serbs. So tight games are not a novelty for Red Star, who can confidently hope to progress.
Lineup Red Star Belgrade:
↪ Boirjan – Rodic, Degenek, Pankov, Gobeljic – Canas, Ivanic, Vukanovic, Marin, Garcia – Boakye
Young Boys Bern: Form of moment, last results, statistics
The YB coach Gerardo Seoane’s squad remained spared the first qualifying rounds due to the higher club coefficient of the UEFA five-year standings, but the Young Boys have yet to worry about their possible entry into the CL group stage after a meager 2-2 first-leg result. Everything had started so well after Assale met in the 7th minute of the game for the interim 1-0 lead. Out of nowhere the Serbian champion fell back to the corner and even took the lead a few seconds after the break. The Young Boys were not deterred. Already after the draw, Bern kept on playing and kept control of the game for a long time.
Even after the surprising residue, the shock rigidity remained and Bern tried everything to get back into business. The attack efforts were eventually rewarded and were enough for a converted penalty to 2-2 final score. So everything is possible for the second leg, especially since you can muster a dreaded offensive. In the Swiss Super League, the Young Boys scored on matchday 5 (24 August) against league rivals FC Zurich anyway warm ever. With 4: 0 won the Bernese and claimed the same time the table top, ahead of pursuer FC Basel. You can not write off the Young Boys by any means. The quality of the team is beyond question and should be the individual class of Red Star “actually” superior.
Lineup Young Boys:
↪ Von Ballmoos – Garcia, Zesiger, Lustenberger, Lotomba – Pereira, Sierro, Aebischer – Nsame, Ngamaleu, Assale
Best Betting Tip Provied by CoreBet Experts Red Star Belgrade vs Young Boys
The Young Boys have missed despite an appealing home performance to play out an advantage in the playoff first leg against Red Star Belgrade. The early leadership of the Bernese was leveled by efficient Serbs within a few minutes. After the break Belgrade turned the game completely on the head and even scored the lead before YB could force a 2-2 penalty by a penalty. For the second leg, the direction should therefore be clear: the Swiss must play for victory!
It is unlikely that YB coach Gerardo Seoane will be open-scored right from the start. Rather, we expect a wait-and-see Bern team, which will get their chances in the game due to their strong offensive with players like Assale, Nsame, Aebischer and Ngamaleu. On the side of Crvena Zvezda, there are quite a few individualists who can be responsible for game-critical situations as in the first leg. In the Wankdorf stadium in Bern, the difference was made by a well-placed Marko Marin, who played a key role in both goals. In the second leg, the former German national player could once again become the man of the game with his ideas. As in the first leg, a short result is expected in the cauldron of Belgrade, which can turn out in both directions. Goals will fall on both sides.