On Wednesday, August 4, in the first match of the third qualifying round of the Champions League, Hungarian Ferencváros will play at home against Czech Slavia from Prague. The game will start at 21:00 Moscow time. Ferencvaros – Slavia Prague: forecast , rate, odds, statistics.
“Fradi” in the last championship of Hungary with a large margin finished in the standings on the first line. In 33 games played, the team suffered only one defeat.
Ferencváros are playing in the most prestigious European competition for the third time in a row. Last year he managed to reach the group stage, where his rivals were Dynamo Kiev, Barcelona and Juventus, in six matches the Hungarians scored only one point.
The Hungarian club started their way in the current Champions League with the first round, where they first defeated Kosovar “Pristina” (3: 0 and 3: 1), and then twice won against Lithuanian “Zalgiris” (2: 0 and 3: 1) …
On the eve of the “green-whites” started in the new championship of Hungary, losing at home to “Kishvarda” 1: 2. With this fiasco, they ended their 11-match winning streak.
Slavia became the champion of the Czech Republic last season. For 34 games of the championship, the team from Prague never lost, winning 26 matches in eight world matches.
“Patchwork” are frequent participants in European tournaments and often make it to the playoffs. They started in the Champions League last season, but lost 4-4 to the Danish Midtjylland and went down the rank.
In the Europa League, the Czech squad made it to the group stage, finishing second there and making their way to the playoffs, where they passed Leicester and Rangers, but gave way to London’s Arsenal in the quarterfinals.
The Red-whites managed to play only two official games this season, which took place in the national championship, and both times Slavia won away.
Forecast and rate
In the upcoming match, 1xbet mobile app give preference to guests: victory for Slavia – 2.33 , victory for Ferencvaros – 3.16 , draw – 3.34 .
Both teams are strong in attack, rarely leaving the field without a goal. We predict that in their face-to-face confrontation, the goals will be scored in both directions.