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Europa League Betting Tips: Ludogorets v Ajax Prediction

Thursday is time for our top Europa League betting tips, and we start with the most accurate Ludogorets v Ajax prediction you can find online. Historically, Bulgaria has not been a great place to visit for the Dutch giants as Ajax have suffered two defeats from their four trips to the Eastern European country. What will happen this time around? We find out in our Ludogorets v Ajax prediction and preview.

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Ludogorets Are A Dangerous Opponent

Those of you that are not familiar with the Bulgarian side Ludogorets from Razgrad, should know that this is a dangerous team that has had their fair share of success on the European stage. Ludogorets have been champions of Bulgaria for 11 years straight becoming just the 11th club in the history of world football to ever accomplish this feat. But they’ve also managed to expand their success beyond the boarders of Bulgaria. Over this period, they’ve qualified for the Champions League, they’ve made it to the group stages of the Europa League and then into the elimination phase on multiple occasions.

The Bulgarians With Loads Of European Experience

In 2013/14, Ludogorets finished first with 10 points in their Europa League group where they were paired with another Dutch team – PSV Eindhoven. Then the Bulgarian champs eliminated Lazio in the first round of the elimination stage. In 2014/15, Ludogorets reached the groups of the Champions League where they were paired with Liverpool and Real Madrid. Ludogorets were about to secure a dramatic 1:1 draw in their opening game at Anfield only for the ref to give a scandalous penalty in favor of the English giants in the 95 minute. The rematch in Sofia ended in a 2:2 draw. In 2016/17, Ludogorets once again made it to the group stages of the Champions League.

An interesting fact concerning this Ludogorets v Ajax prediction is that the Bulgarians have reached the group stages of the Europa League for the past six years straight. Last year, Ludogorets defeated Roma by 2:1 at home in that same tournament.

Bottom line is that Ajax will face a difficult opponent, playing at home. Ludogorets are no strangers to big European nights like that, so they will stick to their attacking style and should not show any signs of fear. Fact is that they’ve faced much tougher opponents than this young Ajax side. Having said that, a good Ludogerts v Ajax prediction would be to avoid the bet on the Amsterdam outfit to win. The bookmakers are of course favoring Ajax as the odds for them are just 1.50, but I will stay away from that and my free betting tip for you is that you do the same.

Ludogorets were eliminated from this year’s Champions League qualifiers by Coppenhagen who look on their way to make it all the way to the group stages after Tuesday’s 0:1 away win at Poland. The Bulgarian team then took the Europa League route and trashed Astana 5:1 at home in the previous round after suffering a 2:0 away defeat in the first leg.

Ajax In Transition

Ajax’s four-year supremacy in the Eredivisie was disrupted in the previous season, marking their inaugural year without manager Erik ten Hag. They were compelled to settle for the third position, a marked departure from their performance over the last 14 years in top-flight competition.

During the season, a managerial shuffle saw Alfred Schreuder’s departure midway, leading to the appointment of interim coach Johnny Heitinga. The Amsterdam team encountered difficulties, dropping points in 14 out of their 34 league matches. Ultimately, they found themselves trailing champions Feyenoord by a substantial 13-point margin.

Following these changes, Ajax took the initiative to bring in Maurice Steijn as their new permanent head coach. Steijn, aged 49, advanced in his coaching journey after a near miss with European qualification while overseeing Sparta Rotterdam’s affairs in the preceding season.

Nonetheless, Steijn’s influence on Ajax has yet to be significantly felt. The team’s pre-season endeavors concluded on a disappointing note, as they suffered defeats in three of their final four friendly matches, succumbing to Anderlecht (3-0), Augsburg (3-1), and Borussia Dortmund (3-1) – the last defeat occurring just last Sunday.

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