Feyenoord vs Marseille Free Betting Tips –


Feyenoord vs Marseille Free Betting Tips

Feyenoord

According to the odds offered by the bookmakers, they start with the first chance in this clash, which was to be expected to some extent. We can’t say that they are the stronger team, but their big advantage in this duel is their home ground, where they generally do well, the supporters often playing an important role.
The Dutch have been on a roll in the group stage, winning a group with Slavia Prague, Union Berlin and Maccabi Haifa, in which they managed four wins and two draws, matches in which they scored 11 goals and conceded six. In the round of 16, they faced Partizan Belgrade, who put on a show, winning 8-3 in the double-header, before going on to win 6-4 on aggregate against Slavia Prague in the quarter-finals.
Feyenoord are in good spirits ahead of this clash, coming off five consecutive games without defeat, during which time they have won four. Last time they were visited by Utrecht, whom they beat 2-1.

Marseille

This is one of the strongest teams in France, which in terms of value is above its opponent, and we could also say that they have an added advantage of experience, playing in a much better rated league. But it starts as an underdog, and will have to play away, on a field where the hosts are not very good.
The French have no more big emotions in the championship, being close to direct qualification to the Champions League groups, so they can focus on the UEFA Conference League. Coming from the Europa League, they had to play in the play-offs, getting past Qarabag, then eliminating FC Basel and PAOK. In the double over them they scored no less than 13 goals.
In their previous 14 games, Marseille had only lost once, in the derby with rivals PSG, beaten 2-1 away. It’s worth mentioning that they have won no less than 13 times in this period, so we can say that they are in good form.

OVER 9,5 CORNERS – Odds: 1.80
The odds presented in the prediction may vary at the time of verification.

Author: Jim Rogers