Royale Union vs Union Berlin – Pick. Europa League group stage. Our Football syndicate bets are ticking along nicely, and we have a couple of rounds before the up & coming World Cup. Since we have always done particularly well at tournament betting, we can’t wait for the big one to start! 

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This one doesn’t take much explaining! Irrelevant of what happens tonight, Royale Union has already won the group. Following 4 wins and a draw, the club from Saint-Gilloise is four points clear of second-placed Union Berlin. 

As for the visitors, following a 1-0 win over Braga, they are now in pole position to claim a spot in the 1/16th knockout stage. However, to guarantee passage Urs Fischer’s team need a win!

On a contentious note, Union Berlin hasn’t been allowed to sell tickets for tonight’s match. While that was accepted by the club, the Mayor of Leuven twisted the knife further. He’s banned German fans from being around the stadium or City on Thursday and Friday. A last-minute appeal has been lodged against the decision and the result is pending!

The reverse match in Berlin ended 0-1 for the visitors. In what can best be described as a close encounter, Senne Lynen scored the only goal in 39 minutes. The stats from that match showed 56-44% possession, 9-8 goal attempts, and 3-3 shots on target. For the most part, a draw would have been a fairer result and Sven Michel missed a great chance to make it 1-1. Incidentally, substitute Michel was rightly red-carded for a serious foul in 94 minutes and he was banned for the next two games!

Meanwhile, Die Eisernen (Berlin) has moved to the top of the Bundesliga. Since last playing Royal Union, the visitors have beaten Dortmund and won three games in this competition. Furthermore, Fischer has a complete squad available! 

Following a slow start to their domestic season, Les Unionists are 6-1-0 over the last seven Jupiler League games. That draw was against reigning champions Club Brugge, and it was achieved with just ten men. For the record, Adingra was sent off in 14 minutes!

At the halfway stage of the main League season, Karel Geraerts’s team has moved to 4th in the table. Also, the gap to 2nd-placed Antwerp is down to one point. With two games remaining before the International break, Royale will be fully focused on the challenge ahead.

In conclusion, if the hosts had any meat in this game these odds would look different. Coach Fischer isn’t going to send out his best team tonight, and even if he did the Bundesliga leaders would still have a big chance. No brainer!


Odds: 1.92