Tuesday, November 23, 2021

Young Boys vs. Atalanta Prediction | Live Score

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Young Boys vs. Atalanta Kick-Off Time

20:00 GMT

Young Boys vs. Atalanta How To Watch - Tv Channel - Live Stream

Arena Sport (Cro), Arena Sport (Ser), beIN Sport Max (Fra), BT Sport Extra, CMore (Fin), COSMOTE Sport, DAZN Deutsch, Digi Sport 4 (Rom), Eleven Sports (Por), Look Sport, Max Sport, Polsat Sport Premium 4, Sport 2 (Hun), Telekom Sport (Rom), TV3 MAX, Viaplay (Den)

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Young Boys vs. Atalanta Odds

HOME TEAM : 3.55

DRAW : 3.50

AWAY TEAM : 1.56

Young Boys vs. Atalanta Prediction


Young Boys vs. Atalanta Live Score

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On this penultimate matchday of the UEFA Champions League (UCL) group stage, things are looking wide open in terms of qualification in Group F. All four teams can technically still finish in the top two, although Atalanta would condemn Young Boys to bottom spot if they win here at the Wankdorf Stadium after the Swiss outfit lost all of their group games following their shock matchday one victory vs Manchester United.
Another defeat here for the hosts would give Swiss Champions Young Boys an unwanted record too - their first set of four consecutive defeats in a major European competition. Indeed, a four-game winless run in all competitions coming into this game doesn’t give David Wagner’s men much confidence (D1, L3), although they do hold a solid home record vs Italian opposition (W3, L1).
While Atalanta didn’t make their debut in Europe’s premier competition until 2018/19, they have progressed to the knockout stages in both of their prior group stage appearances. As such, the Bergamo-based outfit will want to make it three for three this time around and they will likely set up a straight shootout for qualification with Villarreal on the final day if they can win here.
It’s been tough for Atalanta on their European travels this season, as they’ve failed to win both of their away group games this term despite scoring twice in both. However, this game is certainly the easiest on paper after travelling to Man United and Villarreal prior, so a callback to last season’s perfect away group return would be welcome here.
Players to watch: With their league top scorer injured, Young Boys may rely on Jordan Siebatcheu for a goal here - but just three of his ten competitive strikes this term were match openers. Atalanta’s Duván Zapata has contributed to more goals in this UCL group (G1, A3) than Young Boys have scored altogether (three).
Hot stat: Just four of the 32 UCL group sides have received fewer than Atalanta’s six yellow cards so far.



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