Fenerbahce vs Dynamo Kiev Match Review

Fenerbahce vs Dynamo Kiev Match Review

July 26, 2022 Sports Betting

Fenerbahce vs Dynamo Kiev Betting Tips and Prediction

The second leg of Fenerbahce and Dynamo Kiev’s Champions League qualifying match will take place at the Sukru Saracoglu stadium on Wednesday.

Following last week’s goalless draw in Poland, when Kiev’s home match was played during the war in Ukraine, the match is in a good position to go to the third qualifying round with the victor taking on Austrian team Sturm Graz.

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Fenerbahce vs Dynamo Kiev  Betting  odds

Team Bet365 Betway 1xbet
Fenerbahce 1.75 2.45 1.70
Dynamo Kiev 4.50 3.15 4.44

Fenerbahce vs Dynamo Kiev Tips and Prediction

Fenerbahce had won all five of their preseason games going into the first leg, scoring a total of 14 goals and doing so at least twice in four of those contests.

The Turkish juggernauts extended their dismal head-to-head record against the Ukrainian team to five games last week, unable to breach Kiev’s backline and score in any of their 12 efforts.

Fenerbahce, however, is still very much in the game and has a chance to advance to the group stage of the Champions League for the first time since the 2008–09 season.

Jorge Jesus, who was recently named head coach and last season’s Champions League quarterfinalist with Benfica, is tasked with getting the Yellow Canaries back into Europe’s premier club league and challenging for the Super Lig championship. The 19-time defending champions are looking for their first title since 2014.

In contrast, Dynamo Kiev lost consecutive friendlies to Lyon and Royal Antwerp during the preseason before playing to a scoreless draw with Fenerbahce last week.

In light of the continuing Ukrainian conflict, their most recent two exhibition games are a part of a nine-game worldwide “Stop the War, Play for Peace” tour around Europe.

After their second-leg match on Wednesday, Kiev will travel to Goodison Park for a charity game against Everton on July 29. All proceeds from this game will go to Ukrainian humanitarian organizations.

Mircea Lucescu’s team currently only has competitive European matches to look forward to, and victory over Fenerbahce would move them closer to reaching the Champions League group stage for a third consecutive season. The Ukrainian Premier League is not scheduled to have any matches for the 2022–23 season.

However, a loss would see the Blue and Whites slip into the third qualifying round of the Europa League, and a loss on Wednesday would do the same for Fenerbahce.


The first leg of the match between the two teams last week ended in a tie, and the second leg is scheduled for Wednesday.

However, there must be a victor in the return leg, and even though the match may not be decided in 90 minutes, we believe Fenerbahce will perform well enough to go to the next round.