Young Boys vs Valencia
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Young Boys vs Valencia | Prediction, Betting Tips & Odds
This will be the clash between two sides who are aiming the third spot in group H, and the Europa League adventure after this competition ends its group stage. Young Boys are considered to be one of the weakest sides in the Champions League, but history taught us that underdogs often know to surprise.
Valencia is coming into this event after they failed to win in the domestic championship, and three draws in a row. The hosts are in a similar situation, since they played 3:3 against Zurich in the Swiss Super League. When looking at the standings in their group, Valencia is in a much better situation, as they snaped one point from Man Utd away from home. Youngsters are without a single point after two events.
Juventus dismantled the Swiss champions in the previous round of the Champions League with 3:0. After that Young Boys allowed three goals in each of their two games. First, they lost to Luzern at home 2:3, and after that Seoane Gerardo’s boys managed to avoid a defeat in Zurich. And to be honest, they were very close to it. Their trademark are goals. Lots of it. For example four of the previous five events YB played finished with over 2.5 goals, and three of them were even over 4.5 goals. So have that in mind when deciding what to play here. Fast and pacey football is what this team likes, but they often fail to keep that temp throughout the whole game.
The Bats are probably one of the most hated teams among the bookies over the past few weeks. They have only two wins in the past 10 games, but also just one defeat. That means that the former Spanish champions had seven draws recently, five in the latest six matches. One of them was in Manchester and that one point is presenting a huge advantage for them when it comes to securing Europa League competition in this group. But be sure that Valencia is not going to be satisfied only with that, especially after all these turmoils at the Old Trafford. This will be a match of the utmost importance for them, and there is no doubt that only a win will be considered as a success. Six of those 10 last games saw both teams not to score, and just one didn’t finish with under 2.5 goals.
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A couple of important players of the hosts will not be available for this event. Texeira, Wuthrich, and Mvula Lotomba. All of them have specific issues with injuries. Mbabu is questionable. Meanwhile, only two players among the Bats who are to miss this event are Denis Cheryshev and Goncalo Guedes, which will be a solid handicap for the guests.
There haven’t been any matches recorded between these two sides in their histories.
Odds and Predictions
The hosts are the underdogs, but not quite big as we thought they would be. Their victory is set at 3.00, while Valencia’s triumph will double your stake. Meanwhile, a draw is 3.50.
Young Boys vs Valencia | Top Betting Tip: Valencia (0-2)
We were pretty much surprised once we saw odds for the upcoming event in Switzerland. Our tipsters respect Young Boys, but Valencia is much better than them. Simply, the Bats have better players in all positions, they have a better coach, and they are much more experienced. After not losing in England, failing to get three points here would be a huge bust for them. Youngsters are relying on home ground and artificial turf, but believe us when we say that this will not prevent Valencia from winning in Bern. The efficiency here will be moderate, which means two or three goals, predominantly because the guests like to slow down the pace and the flow of the game. For more braver punters try, Valencia keeps clean sheets, as they have a very strong back line. The Bats to score two goals is also a solid choice. To wrap up this match, Young Boys – Valencia 0:2.