Groupama Arena in Budapest will welcome the first leg of the Champions League Qualifications battle between the Hungarian and the Bulgarian champions. Ferencvaros and Ludogorets have never met each other before. Ludogorets were eliminated of the elite European club competition last season from another Hungarian team in the face of MOL Vidi.
Ferencvaros vs Ludogorets Head to Head
The two teams have never met before.
Ferencvaros vs Ludogorets Stats
|As of 09.07||Last Game||Last Games||Last Games home/away|
|Ferencvaros||Win||8 W/ 1 D / 1 L||4 W/ 0 D/ 1 L|
|Ludogorets||Win||6 W/ 3 D / 1 L||2 W/ 2 D / 1 L|
Last game Ferencvaros: 04.07.2019 Club Friendly: Ferencvaros – Mouscron 2:0; Tamas Priskin 82’, Machal Skvarka 90’
Last game Ludogorets: 03.07.2019 Bulgarian Super Cup Final: Ludogorets – Lokomotiv Plovdiv 2:0; Mavis Tchibota 3’, Jody Lukoki 90’
Next game Ferencvaros: 17.07.2019 Champions League Qualifications: Ludogorets – Ferencvaros
Next game Ludogorets: 13.07.2019 Bulgarian League: Ludogorets – Tsarsko Selo
|Last 10 games||GF:GA||Over 2,5||BTTS||Clean Sheets|
Worth mentioning: Ferencvaros won the last match they took part in, after scoring twice and keeping a clean sheet. The Green Eagles played eight games in their preparation period, as they won seven and lost in just one of them. The Hungarian Champions found the back of the nets twenty-six times, conceded just three goals, and kept six clean sheets in the process. Thirteen of the previous twenty Ferencvaros encounters featured over 2,5 goals, while ten saw both involved sides hitting the back of the nets. Ferencvaros made a lot of incoming transfers this summer, with the likes of Michal Skvarka from Zilina, Eldar Civic from Sparta Prague and David Grof all joining the team.
Ludogorets won the Bulgarian Super Cup in their previous game. The Eagles had no problem in the final match against the Bulgarian Cup holders from Lokomotiv Plovdiv and won with the scoreline of 2:0. The new signing Mavis Tchibota opened the score in the 3rd minute, and Dutch winger Jody Lukoki put the game to bed with the second goal for the Greens. Ludogorets won three of their four pre-season matches, as they lost only from the Ukrainian giants Shakhtar Donetsk. Just one of the previous five Ludogorets away clashes produced over 2,5 goals, while two saw goals at both ends. The eight-time Bulgarian champions also added some new faces before the start of the new season. They signed with Mavis Tchibota from Israelian side Yehuda, Jordan Ikoko from Guingamp and Dan Biton also joining from the Israelian championship.
Ferencvaros vs Ludogorets News
Missing players Ferencvaros: No reports of injuries or suspensions.
Missing players Ludogorets: No reports of injuries or suspensions.
Ferentsvaros vs Ludogorets Predictions
Both teams to score & over 2,5 goals – 2.60 @ bet365