Galatasaray vs PSV Eindhoven
UEFA Champions League Qualifications,
Date: Wednesday, 28 July 2021
Kick-off 19:00 UK/ 20:00 CET
Venue: Basaksehir Fatih Terim Stadyumu.
PSV have all closed the second round of the UEFA Champions League to advance to Galatasaray with a 5-1 victory in the first leg on Dutch soil. This return is the only but formality.
Inspired by Eran Zahavi and Mario Gotze, PSV attacked Turkish side Galatasaray in a perfect 5-1 victory seven days ago in Eindhoven.
Zahavi was the best on the pitch. He finished a hat-trick and also set up one of Gotze’s two goals to make a big difference between the two outfits.
PSV are thus terrific despite missing their best player from last season as Donyell Malen is set to complete his transfer these days.
Also, PSV’s best performance came as a surprise if we knew that their season would not start before August 14th when they take on Heracles on the opening day of the Eredivisie.
Galatasary will launch their new Super Lig campaign this weekend (on August 15), but their Champions League clash is likely to come to an end here.
Fatih Terim will have a lot of work to do in finding the perfect safety answer.
To say that one fish is as poor at this level of time ahead of time is a statement.
Galatasaray sent three goals in two friendlies against Dinamo Bucharest and Kasimpasa and also gave them another five chances in the new girl’s new season.
Galatasaray vs PSV Eindhoven Head to head
PSV is the strongest team in the history of this game, winning five of their six matches against Galatasaray.
PSV will go into this with a four-match winning streak at Galatasaray. They have scored two or more goals in each of these victories.
“More than two goals five FT & Two Two will bring” option reached three of the last four points to head to face between the two outfits.
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Galatasaray vs PSV Eindhoven Prediction
PSV looks like a killer in the pit under Roger Schmidt. The German manager has no reason to rest his players this season and we look forward to seeing PSV’s most powerful XI at the Basaksehir Fatih Terim Stadyumu.
The hosts have nothing to lose (they are already tied up in pride by allowing five goals in the past in Eindhoven) and we can see them trying to start the pressure early and a half PSV on Wednesday. This must be an open game full of purpose because of the situation. Tradition also speaks for goals over 2.5 FT & Two Teams to consider (paid in problem 1.83).