Ferencvaros (@2.5) vs Ludogorets (@2.7)
03-10-2019

Our Prediction:

Ferencvaros will win

Ferencvaros – Ludogorets Match Prediction | 03-10-2019 12:55

Ferencvaros proved their worth in the 2-1 win over Stoycho Stoevs troops, but despite the fact that they are on a five-game winning run ahead of the trip to Bulgaria, away win should not be considered. Stoycho Stoev has a number of high-profile players to choose from and we predict that his men will advance to the Champions League second qualifying round. You should bear in mind that the Hungarian champions recorded only one win in previous four away games in the elite competition.

The Eagles did well to win the domestic trophy last term, with the team finishing the process five points clear of second-placed CSKA Sofia. Given their experience in the elite competition, we predict that the Bulgarian champions are going to grab something from Wednesdays football match. Ludogorets are undisputedly more of a team than Ferencvaros, but given the home sides fine form, we believe that there is a big value in betting on draw.

However, the game could have taken a completely different turn if it werent for a couple of missed chances by the Bulgarians. These clubs clashed just once, a few weeks ago. After a nail-biting 90 minutes, the Green Eagles got the better of Ludogorets by the score of 2-1. Judging by the previous affair, the Wednesday clash will produce lots of quality football, and most importantly, amazing betting odds.

Ferencvaros TC - Ludogorets

Dan Biton cost Ludogorets 1.1m from Ashdod, while Jorginho arrived from Saint-Etienne for 850k, Tchibota made the move from Bnei Yehuda for 800k, and Badji made the move from Turkey for 400k. Both teams have been busy strengthening for the most part, with the Hungarians signing left-back Civic from Sparta Praha for 1m, Michal Skvarka arriving for a small fee from Zilina, Gerg Szcsi and Dvid Grf coming in on free transfers, and manager Rebrov using his Ukrainian ties to bring in the Shakhtar Donestk duo, Oleksandr Zubkov and Danylo Ihnatenko, on-loan.

Bulgarian football club PFC Ludogorets Razgrad, commonly referred to as Eagles, compete at the Ludogorets Arena with the capacity of 8,000. PFC Ludogorets Razgrad are owned by Kiril Domuschiev, who made it his personal goal to propel the club to domestic and international success and to hold up the Bulgarian flag high with nations biggest clubs Levski and CSKA going through turbulent times.

After making nine appearances for the club at senior level, Georgi Terziev joined Chernomorets Burgas in 2009. Georgi Terziev signed for big-spending Bulgarian side Ludogorets on August 12, 2013 for a fee of 500,000 and he quickly established himself as a first-team regular at the club. The defender played for the Sharks from 2009 to 2013 and the he decided to take his career to the next level.

Given their experience in the elite competition, we predict that the Bulgarian champions are going to emerge triumphant in the second leg. A place in the Champions League second qualifying round will be at stake when Ludogorets and Ferencvaros face each other at Ludogorets Arena on Wednesday evening. Ludogorets aim to overcome a one-goal deficit in the return leg and we are positive that the Bulgarian side will adopt an attack-minded approach this time out.

The Hungarian champions have high ambitions for the forthcoming season. Eldar Civic will try to help Ferencvaros along the way as the clubs latest summer signing. The Fradi are taking the long road to Europes elite competition. Achieving such a goal is going to be a proper challenge. Furthermore, the hosts also brought Danylo Ihnatenko, Michal Skvarka and Szecsi Gergo.

Ferencvaros and Ludogorets take on each other at Groupama Arena in what is expected to be one of the most entertaining games of Wednesdays program. The Hungarian side aim to give fans yet another reason for celebration, but the match against Ludogorets will be anything but a walk in the park for the hosts. Ferencvaros have been impressive in warm-up games of late, with the team beating the likes of CSKA Sofia, Pribram, Universitatea and Royal Excel Mouscron without conceding.

Ferencvaros have been impressive in warm-up games of late, with the team beating the likes of CSKA Sofia, Pribram, Universitatea and Royal Excel Mouscron without conceding. Ferencvaros and Ludogorets take on each other at Groupama Arena in what is expected to be one of the most entertaining games of Wednesdays program. The Hungarian side aim to give fans yet another reason for celebration, but the match against Ludogorets will be anything but a walk in the park for the hosts.

Similarly, Ludogorets have also only lost once in their run of friendlies before the start of the new First League season in Bulgaria, at home to Shakhtar Donetsk 3-0, but comfortably beat Triglav and Qaraba without conceding a goal and edged out Botoani 2-1 before winning the Super Cup against Lokomotiv Plovdiv 2-0, thanks to goals from Tchibota and Lukoki. Ferencvaros have beaten ampion Celje, Celje, CSKA Sofia, Pbram, Universitatea Craiova, and Mouscron in pre-season without conceding a goal, whilst also beating Mura 4-1 and suffering their only defeat at the hands of RB Bragantino, where the scoreline finished 2-1.