For a better browsing experience, please use:http://www.nowgoal.group (Business contact: adnowgoal@gmail.com)
You are here » Nowgoal  »  Sport News  » 
Young Boys VS Glasgow Rangers, go for away side

UEFA ELYoung Boys VS Glasgow Rangers, go for away side

Submit by tipster ChauForever
Posted Thu, 03 Oct 2019 09:32:26 GMT        

Match Time: 10/4/2019 00:55 Friday (GMT+8)

UEFA Europa League -- Young Boys VS Glasgow Rangers

Livescore | Match Prediction & Tips| Asian Handicap Odds|Line-ups& H2H Stats

-----------------------------------

Young Boys: Strong home team ( Recent Form: W L D D W )

The Swiss national champion Young Boys has to work, because the team from Bern is still empty-handed in group G of the Europa League. The yellow-blacks played a visit to FC Porto two weeks ago, certainly not a meritorious game, but had to swallow a 2-1 defeat in the illustrious Estadio do Dragao. In the second group match against Rangers, the team of coach Gerardo Seoane must take points anyway, otherwise European wintering threatens to become a difficult story. Young Boys, where former Ajax player Miralem Sulejmani, among others, has been under contract for more than four years, are certainly strong in their own Stade de Suisse Wankdorf. Last season, the team only lost a league game for its own public, and the Swiss are still unbeaten in their own season. However, the rear is very weak, as Young Boys has not managed to keep the zero in seven games in a row. Even the amateurs from Freienbach recently managed to score twice in the Swiss cup tournament (although they were eventually dried off with 2-11). In addition, the Swiss are currently struggling with an injury wave. Vincent Sierro, Roger Assale, Moumi Ngamaleu, Mohamed Ali Camara, Sandro Lauper, Christopher Martins, Marvin Spielmann and Miralem Sulejmani had to miss out on last weekend's home game against Sion (3-2 win), and are also going to be missed not expected back Thursday evening.

 

Rangers: Is in good form ( Recent Form: W W W W W )

The Scottish Rangers is in top form with five wins in a row. One of those was of course the 1-0 win at Feyenoord in its own Ibrox Stadium. Rangers could have won her first group match in the Europa League much more generously, but the Scots killed a handful of opportunities - including a missed penalty from James Tavernier. The Gers actually made it unnecessarily difficult, although the three points remained in Glasgow thanks to a whim of Sheyi Ojo. The men of trainer Steven Gerrard can therefore work towards Young Boys-out with confidence. The artificial grass in Bern is of course not in favor of Rangers, although I think the Scots should be able to handle that. The game of the blue shirts is mainly based on a lot of battle and long balls on the bony striker Alfredo Morelos. In addition, the team managed to win a 0-1 win at the expense of Livingston last week on the artificial grass of the Tony Macaroni Arena (no joke, that's the name of that stadium really).

 

THE BETTING VERDICT:

After all, Young Boys is a strong home team, but partly because of the injury list I give Rangers a good chance to return home with at least one point. In addition, I see some goals falling here, because both teams usually guarantee a lot of spectacle. I take a gamble and go low stakes for the X2 double chance bet.

 

Young Boys -   Glasgow Rangers

Pick: Glasgow Rangers 0.5 

Young Boys VS Glasgow Rangers, go for away side

[Livescore] [Soccer Results] [Soccer Fixtures]

(Disclaimer:Any views or opinions presented are solely those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of Nowgoal. We disclaim any responsibility and accepts no liability for any direct or indirect loss or damage arising from any inaccuracies.)

More »Top Competitions

    Standings

    More »WAGs

    [Pic] Meet WAGS Miami Star Claudia Sampedro Gets Wet and Wild [Pic] Meet the stunning WAGS Sofija Milosevic
    [Pic] Meet the stunning pictures of Jovana Djordjevic [Pic] Nif Brascia is the kickboxing Wag of Moise Kean

    Copyright © 2003 - 2019 Power By www.nowgoal.com All Rights Reserved.

    Best viewed in widescreen resolution with IE 6.0 or above.