Europa Conference League Betting Tips

København vs PSV Eindhoven betting tips: Europa Conference League preview, predictions and odds


PSV have won two of four visits to Denmark, most recently beating Midtjylland earlier this season. However, they've only won three of 13 European knockout ties when drawing the first leg at home. København in contrast have won eight of the 12 two-legged ties when drawing away first.

Both teams to score is 8/15.

Both teams to score and over 2.5 goals is 5/6.

København to win in 90 minutes is 5/2.

Pep Biel has scored 15 goals this season, including a brace in Eindhoven. The Spaniard is 8/1 to break the deadlock and 9/4 to score anytime.

Match preview

Marco van Ginkel

After producing the UEFA Europa Conference League's highest-scoring match of all-time (excluding qualifiers), will the second leg in Denmark be just as enthralling?

A week ago, København established a surprise 3-1 half time lead with Ísak Bergmann Jóhannesson, Pep Biel and Lukas Lerager all on target.

Ritsu Dōan's sweet volley then halved the deficit with Cody Gakpo then having an eventful eight minutes, seeing a penalty saved before firing in from close-range.

A defensive mix-up then gifted Copenhagen a fourth goal and a second on the night for Biel.

But, the Danish side were denied a famous away win by Eran Zahavi's glancing header just four minutes from the end.

So, just in case you've lost count, it ended 4-4 at Philips Stadion but, with the away goals rule having been abolished, that's pretty much academic.

It is winner takes all in the Danish capital, meaning there must be something to separate the two this time.

Having led 1-0, 3-1 and then 4-3, will FC København be left to rue what might have been?

In the last 15 years, the Lions have appeared in 14 UEFA group stages with their best-ever run coming in 2020, reaching the Europa League quarter-finals.

So far this season, Jess Thorup's side have cruised through, first scoring 21 goals in qualifiers against Torpedo-BelAZ Zhodino, Lokomotiv Plovdiv and then Sivasspor.

They then won five of six group games to take top spot above PAOK, ŠK Slovan Bratislava and Lincoln Red Imps.

As a result, the Danish Superligaen leaders are just one home win away from a quarter-final berth.

PSV Eindhoven meanwhile won the UEFA Cup in 1978 before being crowned European champions ten years later.

However, a victory here would see them reach a first European quarter-final for 12 years.

Roger Schmidt's side were beaten in the Champions League play-offs by Benfica in August before coming third in their Europa League group.

So, the Red and Whites won't want to be eliminated from a third European competition, not just yet at least.

This one might just be too close to call but who will be the winner at Parken?

København team news

The hosts are without young centre-back Valdemar Lund Jensen, influential midfielder Zeca and winger Luther Singh due to injury.

Zeca is the biggest miss but Rasmus Falk, Jens Stage and Pep Biel have formed a formidable trio in his absense.

Ísak Bergmann Jóhannesson and William Bøving both started the first led in Eindhoven before being on the bench for Sunday top of the table win over Midtjylland.

Nicolai Jørgensen returned up front for the latter and could start again with January signing Mamoudou Karamoko a doubt.

PSV Eindhoven team news

Roger Schmidt is without André Ramalho, Phillipp Mwene, Ryan Thomas Richard Ledezma and Maximiliano Romero due to injury.

Eran Zahavi's header in the first leg was his 11th goal in 19 appearance in Europe for PSV.

He, Cody Gakpo, Ritsu Dōan and Mario Götze form a front quartet that'll frighten anyone in this competition.

Just behind, Ibrahim Sangaré and Érick Gutiérrez is a very solid midfield partnership.

Joël Drommel will continue in goal, chosen over Yvon Mvogo.

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