FC Zurich vs PSV Eindhoven Match Review

FC Zurich vs PSV Eindhoven Match Review

October 5, 2022 Sports Betting

FC Zurich vs PSV Eindhoven Match Review

In the third round of the group stage of the 2022–23 Europa League, FC Zurich will host PSV Eindhoven at the Letzigrund Stadion on Thursday.

Both clubs will be eager to take home all three points in this game because they have yet to win in their first two matchdays.

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FC Zurich vs PSV Eindhoven Betting  odds

Team Bet365 Betway 1xbet
FC Zurich 5.25 5.20 5.80
PSV Eindhoven 1.57 1.59 1.59

FC Zurich vs PSV Eindhoven  Tips and Prediction

PSV Eindhoven began their Europa League campaign on September 8 with a 1-1 draw against Bodo/Glimt after falling to Rangers in the Champions League playoffs.

The Rood-witten followed that up with victories against RKC Waalwijk and Feyenoord before falling to Cambuur on Saturday, losing 3-0, in a lopsided fashion.

After a largely uneventful first half, Ruud van Nistelrooy’s team was defeated by goals from Silvester van der Water, Mitchel Paulissen, and Sai Van Wermeskerken in the second half.

PSV now focus on European competitions where they currently sit third in Group A, albeit with a game in hand as their matchup against Arsenal originally scheduled for September 15 got cancelled because of the demise of the England Queen.

With little time to reflect on a shocking result last time out, PSV now turn their attention to continental affairs.

For the first time since the year’s beginning, the visitors on Thursday set out to get back on track away from home after suffering back-to-back losses on the road.

On Saturday night, FC Zurich and Grasshopper Club Zurich met in a match that ended in a scoreless draw of 1-1.

As a result, the Swiss champions have ended a three-game losing record they had going into the international break in three different competitions.

A 2-1 loss to Bodo/Glimt on September 15 put Genesio Colatrella’s team in last place in Group A and kept them without a point in this season’s Europa League. This loss came in the middle of the aforementioned defeats.

The hosts have a lot to do if they want to avoid another poor performance in front of their supporters after three straight losses at home entering Thursday’s game.


Despite suffering a humiliating loss in their most recent match, PSV will be looking to add to the woes of their hosts, Zurich, who have had a difficult start to this season. The away team is our pick to win this game at the end of the 90 minutes.