Stadium: Stade de Suisse (Bern)
This encounter might be the last chance for the Young Boys to clinch a European spot in the group, as the Swiss team will be meeting at Old Trafford in the sixth round, and even despite their current problems at home, it is hard to believe that Young Boys can bring home even one point from England. In other words, the home side is certainly not highly motivated, and neither are the visitors, who are only in third place and could miss out on the Champions League play-offs.Claim Your Welcome Bonus!
Ahead of the start of the 4th round of the Champions League, Young Boys are in fourth place in Group F, with three points under their belt and minus four points from Villarreal and MU, the two teams currently in the play-offs. The situation is not easy, requiring the Swiss champion to do his best to improve it. Note that the Young Boys are on a losing streak. Young Boys have a 4-match unbeaten streak that is not inherent to this team. Apart from the defeat against Villarreal in the Champions League, the Young Boys lost in the Swiss Cup to Lugano, they lost to St. Gallen in the league, and after the international break, Young Boys played away to a 1-1 draw with Grasshopper that was saved from defeat in the third added minute. However, statistically, Young Boys completely outplayed their opponents and deserved at least a division.
Atalanta played well in the Serie A match against La Spezia. The Bergamo side was the first to concede in the 11th minute courtesy of Nzola, but they took a 3-1 lead towards the end of the first half thanks to a Pascalic double and a Zapata goal. Muriel and Malinovski put the game to bed for Atalanta in the second half, with Nzola netting the final score in the second extra minute. Thanks to this win, Atalanta managed to hold fourth place in the Serie A table and are well-positioned for the crucial match in the Champions League. Atalanta played both of their away matches in the 2021/22 UEFA Champions League with a 2-2 draw with Spain and a 2-3 defeat in England.
Expert Betting Tips
Atalanta beat Young Boys 1-0 in Bergamo in the first round. But despite the draw in the first leg, we expect a better result in the return leg. Young Boys need to go all-out. A draw will not save the Swiss side; they need a win, and considering Atalanta’s high scoring efficiency, it is doubtful that one goal will be enough for Young Boys to get three points. As for the outcome, the Italians look more interesting against the Swiss, even despite the fielding factor, although we wouldn’t be surprised to see a draw. Here are the odds for the game: X2+Total Over (2.5) for 1.99, Total Over (3.5) for 2.37, correct score 2-2 for 12.00.