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Union Berlin vs Feyenoord Prediction, Odds and Free Betting Tips (04/11/2021)

Union Berlin and Feyenoord will be one of the most interesting fixtures of this round in the Europa Conference League. Both teams can score goals and both teams need the win desperately.

Union Berlin vs Feyenoord: Top Free Betting Tips

Feyenoord destroyed Union in their previous head-to-head about two weeks ago. Union Berlin looked like an amateur team and had almost no chances to even hit the frame. This time, however, they are the hosts and we should see a completely different team.

Prediction 1

  • Market: Full Time Result
  • Our tip: Draw
  • Odds: 2.6/1 (3.60)

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Prediction 2

  • Market: Both Teams To Score
  • Our tip: Yes
  • Odds: 0.66/1 (1.66)

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Prediction 3

  • Market: 1st Half Goal Line
  • Our tip: Over 1.0 Goals
  • Odds: 0.76/1 (1.775)

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Full Time Result – Draw

Union Berlin are one of the better home teams in the Bundesliga. And they know how to score and defend at home. Their fans are extremely passionate and make every team's visit a nightmare. However, Feyenoord are not a team that will lose the game easily. We expect them to even perhaps be the better team on the pitch but not outscore Union. We expect to see goals from both sides and a draw – 1:1 or 2:2. Feyenoord already scored a draw against Maccabi Haifa in the opening round so this type of performance is not something new to them. Union will, of course, try to win but the team has been having a lot of draws at home against better and worse teams this season.

Both Teams To Score – Yes

There shouldn't be any doubt that we will see at least one goal from both sides. Unless Union Berlin attempt to play like Maccabi Haifa at home – 100% defense and no attempts to score, we believe that Feyenoord will find the net at least once. We also know that Feyenoord is not one of those teams with a strong defense. They concede a lot of goals and often against significantly weaker teams. The first match between Union and Feyenoord ended in 3:1, so we expect to see goals again.

1st Half Goal Line – Over 1.0

Both teams score a lot of goals and both teams often score before half time. We saw it in almost all matches to date in this group and we expect to see more than 1 goal in this important fixture as well. In case there is just 1 successful shot, our money will be returned. In case there are two, however, we win the entire bet.

Top Betting Odds and Stats for Union Berlin vs Feyenoord

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FAQs regarding Union Berlin vs Feyenoord

Union Berlin vs Feyenoord Prediction

• Which players will miss the match for Union Berlin?

Union has just a single injured player that will miss the game although they have listed a second one as questionable. The team's starting defender Rick Van Drongelen will miss the fixture and Max Kruse has been listed as questionable and will most likely miss the fixture.

• Who will miss the match for Feyenoord?

Feyenoord are lucky not to have any missing players for this game. There is just a single name put as questionable and he will likely not start – midfielder Mark Diemers, who played 38 matches for the team last season.

• In which places are Union Berlin and Feyenoord in the group standings?

The final standings for this group will not be decided before the last game is played. Feyenoord are 1st for now with 7 points while Union Berlin are last with 3 points but this 4-point difference could easily be reduced if Union snatches the win on Thursday.


Vladislav has been professionally engaged in freelance journalism for six years, during which time he worked for several foreign publications in the sports field. A football and martial arts fanatic, he spent years training before turning to sports journalism.

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