Young Boys vs Villarreal Betting Tips and Prediction

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Betting odds and Tips for Young Boys vs Villarreal

Young Boys has an odd of 3.43(bet ₹100 and wins₹343 if Young Boyswins). Bet Now

If this match Draws then odd is 3.62(bet ₹100 and win ₹362 if draws). Bet Now

Villarreal has an odd of 2.07 (bet ₹100 and win ₹207if Villarreal wins). Bet Now

More Odds & Betting Tips for Young Boys vs Villarreal

  • If you place a bet for total scoring of goals over 2.5, the odds are 1.72. (₹100 bet will return ₹172). Bet Now
  • If you place a bet for total score of goals under 2.5, the odds are 2.14. (₹100 bet will return ₹214). Bet Now
  • Place a Bet If Home team Young Boysbeat the first goal then it has odds of 2.28 (₹100 bet will return₹228). Bet Now
  • Place a Bet If Villarrealbeats the first goal, then it has odds of 1.74 (₹100 bet will return 174). Bet Now

Match Details-

Young Boys vs Villarreal, UEFA Champions League.

Date: October 21, 2021

Time: 12:30 AM (IST)

Venue: StadionWankdorf, Bern, Switzerland

Squad Comparison

Young Boys

After falling behind to a penalty on the half-hour mark and then spending nearly an hour playing with 10 men due to Christopher Martins’ red card, Young Boys were able to salvage a draw in their most recent encounter at home to Luzern courtesy to a stoppage-time goal from MoumiNgamaleu.

While David Wagner’s team are favourites in the Super League, they are underdogs in Champions League Group F, but that did not stop them from shocking Manchester United with a 2-1 giant-killing in the first encounter, assisted by Aaron Wan-expulsion Bissaka’s in the first half. However, they were brought back to earth in the second game, losing 1-0 away to Atalanta BC, with Matteo Pessina being the first Italian to score in the Champions League for a Serie A club. Young Boys are still in second place in the group, and a win on Wednesday would put them in a good position to qualify for the knockout rounds for the first time in their history.

Young Boys’ playing XI 

Von Ballmoos; Hefti, Garcia, Lauper, Camara; Aebischer, Sierro, Pereira;Ngamaleu, Elia, Siebatcheu

Villarreal

Villarreal, on the other hand, will be keen to win, as anything less will leave them with a mountain to climb in the second round of group matches. A 2-2 draw against Atalanta in their first game was a decent start, but they would have been upset to lose the lead in the 83rd minute. However, Manchester United rallied in their second match, with Alex Tellesequalising on the hour mark and Cristiano Ronaldo grabbing victory in the 95th minute, four months after losing in the Europa League final to Villarreal.

Unai Emery’s side got off to a sluggish start in La Liga, drawing five of their first six games, and a 2-1 loss at home to Osasuna at the weekend – again, courtesy to a late winner – has them in 11th place, with an unfortunate tendency of surrendering points right before the final whistle.

Villarreal’s Playing XI

Rulli; Foyth, Moreno, Torres, Albiol; Trigueros, Capoue, Parejo; Pino, Danjuma, Moreno

Match prediction for Young Boys vs Villarreal.

Young Boys are dealing with an injury problem, with six players ruled out of the encounter on Wednesday. Long-term absences for Fabian Lustenberger, Esteban Petignat, and Jean-Pierre Nsame due to ACL or Achilles injuries, while Joel Monteiro (knee), Cedric Zesiger (foot), and Leandro Zbinden (muscle) appear to be premature. However, this is not a fresh problem, and Wagner may pick an unchanged starting XI from the previous Champions League match. Villarreal, on the other hand, has no such injury concerns, and Emery has the option of selecting from a complete squad.

Francis Coquelin returns from suspension, but he may not make the starting lineup, which is expected to be a 4-3-3 with Gerard Moreno at the centre. Villarreal may not be in the greatest of form right now, but they have only lost once in their last five away games. Young Boys will put them to the test, and they have been good at home, but we believe Emery’s side will hold out for another draw.

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