Celtic Glasgow vs Ferencvaros Budapest Free Betting Tips
How heavy is a home game without fans?
Match: Celtic Glasgow – Ferencvaros Budapest
Competition: Champions League Quali 2020
Insider Tips: Ferencvaros
Stake: 3/10 units
Hardly any top European team lives as much from its fans or the atmosphere in its stadium as Celtic Glasgow. Because the matches are currently taking place in front of empty stands both in Scotland and at the European level, it is not surprising that the “Bhoys” find it difficult to reach the limits of their performance and to exploit the undoubtedly existing potential. This, in turn, opens up opportunities for potential outsiders.
Before the match in the second qualifying round of the UEFA Champions League between Celtic Glasgow and Ferencvaros Budapest, the odds do not reveal any concerns on the part of the best bookmakers. The White-Greens are considered to be the big favorites to get ahead, even though, as mentioned, their latest performances left a lot to be desired.
In any case, the guests from Hungary expect realistic chances of advancing and put the probability of a place in the third qualifying round due to the lack of supporters in Celtic Park at 50%. Although the reigning titleholder has only played two competitive games after the long break, the Rebrov-Elf still has the quality to overthrow the supposed favorite.
Before we start with detailed analysis, a forecast on “Fradi” between Celtic Glasgow and Ferencvaros Budapest promises an extremely attractive value, especially since the odds on the “To Qualify” market are at the top at 5.00. A small bet should therefore almost inevitably be given to the underdog.
Celtic Glasgow – Statistics & current form
In 2017/2018, Celtic Glasgow qualified for the group stage of the UEFA Champions League for the last time. In the past two seasons, the Scottish industry leader failed in the third qualifying round. Both in 2018 against Cluj and 2019 against AEK Athens, the elimination came as a surprise. After all, in both cases, the leap into the intermediate round of the Europa League succeeded.
Nevertheless, the goal in Glasgow has been set to be back in the top field of the most important European club competition in 20/21. The first step was taken the week before when the Icelandic representative Reykjavik got under the wheels 6-0 at Celtic Park. Admittedly, this was by far the best performance of the “Bhoys” in the still-young season.
Celtic failed surprisingly early internationally in the last two years
In the Scottish Premiership, the whites and greens, who have in the meantime been forced to a two-week national game ban due to a violation of the hygiene rules, have so far only been able to convince to a limited extent. After a befitting 5: 1 success at the start against Hamilton, the Lennon-Elf struggled to a flattering 1: 1 draw in Kilmarnock, before the performance in the 1-0 win at newly-promoted Dundee United did not meet the demands of those responsible should have.
Due to the performances shown, the experience from the last few years when the “emerald green & white hoops” could not always live up to their role as favorites internationally and the fact that no fans will be allowed in the Glasgow football temple on Wednesday evening, between Celtic Glasgow and Ferencvaros the tip on the home win, be it on the three-way market or even with a handicap (-1.5) no value. We, therefore, refrain from betting on the supposed favorite.
Probable formation of Celtic Glasgow:
Barkas – Taylor, Jullien, Biton, Abd Elhamed – Brown, McGregor – Elyounoussi, Christie, Forrest – Edouard
Last matches from Celtic Glasgow:
08/22 2020 Dundee United 0 – 1 Celtic Glasgow
Champions League qualification
08/18 2020 Celtic Glasgow 6 – 0 KR Reykjavik
08/09 2020 Kilmarnock 1 – 1 Celtic Glasgow
08/02 2020 Celtic Glasgow 5 – 1 Hamilton Academical
Club friendship games
07/27 2020 Celtic Glasgow 3 – 1 Hibernian
Ferencvaros Budapest – Statistics & current form
On paper, the Hungarians are seen as blatant outsiders before the second-round duel between Celtic Glasgow and Ferencvaros Budapest.
Although the team of coach Serhiy Rebrov, who led the club to two championship titles in a row for the first time since the 1990s, has less individual class than the Scottish opponent, “Fradi” proved last year, for example, that they expected them in the European Cup must become.
Ferencvaros remained unbeaten away in Europe in 2019/2020
In 2019/2020 the Hungarians played their way up to the third qualifying round for the Champions League but then failed to Dinamo Zagreb. Nevertheless, a playoff success against Suduva Marijampole made it into the Europa League group stage.
- “Celtic has a lot of history and tradition as a club but they are not favorites for this match,” he declared. Without fans, it makes our chances level. We have a 50 percent qualifying chance. ” – Ferencvaros player Somalia
There Ferencvaros suffered only one defeat in six games against acceptable opponents (Espanyol Barcelona, Ludogorez Razgrad, and CSKA Moscow). Particularly interesting: In all six international away games in the past season, the green-whites remained undefeated. A good omen for Wednesday?
Only the question about the current constitution, which cannot be answered conclusively, prevents us from risking an even higher stake on the underdog. On the first day of the new season in Hungary, the defending champion had to be satisfied with a 1-1 draw against MTK Budapest; five days later, however, the Swedish champions Djurgardens IF were deservedly defeated 2-0. Self-confidence is therefore just as high as the belief in surprising progress.
Probable formation of Ferencvaros Budapest:
Dibusz – Civic, Kovacevic, Blazic, Botka – Kharatin, Somalia – Uzuni, Nguen, Varga – Boli
Last matches from Ferencvaros Budapest:
Champions League qualification
08/19 2020 Ferencvaros 2 – 0 Djurgaarden
08/14 2020 MTK Budapest 1 – 1 Ferencvaros
Club friendship games
08/08 2020 Strum Graz 0 – 1 Ferencvaros
06/27 2020 Ferencvaros 1 – 0 Mezokovesd SE
06/23 2020 Fehervar FC 1 – 0 Ferencvaros
Celtic Glasgow vs Ferencvaros Budapest Direct comparison
The two clubs face each other for the first time on Wednesday evening. It will also be the last match for the time being, as there will be no second leg due to various postponements. A decision has to be made in the upcoming 90 minutes (plus any extra time and penalty shoot-out).
Celtic Glasgow vs Ferencvaros Budapest – Betting odds comparison – Champions League Quali 2020
Insider Tips: Celtic Glasgow
Insider Tips: Draw
Insider Tips: Ferencvaros Budapest
Celtic Glasgow vs Ferencvaros Budapest Free Betting Tips Provided by Insider Tipsters
In the second qualifying round for the UEFA Champions League, two ambitious national champions meet on Wednesday evening in Celtic Park. Celtic Glasgow welcomes Ferencvaros Budapest.
The hosts undoubtedly have more quality in their ranks, but the “Bhoys” have to do without fans in their stadium once again. Also, the Lennon-Elf did not convince in the most recent league games. To make matters worse, the Scots failed surprisingly early in the European Cup in 2018 and 2019 with their goal of reaching the group stage of the premier class.
Key facts – Celtic Glasgow vs Ferencvaros Budapest tips
Celtic failed as favorites in the CL qualification in 2018 and 2019
Ferencvaros remained undefeated in all six European away games in 2019/2020
There is no second leg! A decision will be made at the latest after the penalty shoot-out
Also, the Hungarian titleholder should not be underestimated. In 2019/2020, for example, “Fradi” remained unbeaten in all six European away games. The outsider’s belief in fixing the unexpected progress is accordingly great. We, therefore, decide between Celtic Glasgow and Ferencvaros Budapest for the tip that the underdog will reach the next round.