Rosenborg vs Dinamo Zagreb Match Prediction (21-08-2019 )

Our Prediction:

Rosenborg

Will win



This will be their advantage in this tie and the fans are already expecting to see a lot from two of their best footballers this season. With 18 league games already behind them, the visitors travel to Croatia in great competitive form. Ultimately, the visiting side will have no injury issues to worry about. Mike Jensen and Alexander Soderlund scored a combined tally of 9 goals thus far and will be the ones to watch, as a result.

On 21st August 2019 Dinamo Zagreb host Rosenborg in the UEFA Champions League. :) Nice! Have a great match, friends! Dinamo Zagreb haven't lost in 9 of their last 10 games in Champions League. Let's keep it up! These two clubs have never met before. And today we are ready to see it again, folks ;) I need it!! Hi, darlings :) We are ready to back to our winning road again :) And we did it yesterday!!! In their last 5 games in Champions League, Dinamo Zagreb have managed to win by 2+ goals a total of 3. ;) However, Rosenborg BK have won by 2+ goals their last 3 Champions League games too.

These two teams have never locked horns before and I have no H2H records here. The fact they won 23 home matches out of 25 played in all competitions since December 2018 speaks volumes. The Croatians are lethal at home. However, the information I just shared you makes me believe in the Blues. Their Stadion Maksimir is an impenetrable fortress backed by incredible fans which are definitely one of the most notorious groups in Europe.

Dinamo Zagreb vs Rosenborg Best Bet

This Wednesday showdown will be played at Stadion Maksimir and the hosts are installed as firm favourites to win. Meanwhile, have a look at my match preview where you can get the best betting tips and correct score predictions for this event. Dinamo Zagreb vs Rosenborg prediction is here as the Champions League qualifications enter their final stage. However, high stake bookmakers offer great odds on them and I suggest you take it.

From a betting point of view, Zagreb should be favourites on their own patch, though they do look on the short side, especially as they stuttered to a draw at home during the previous round. Add in the fact that Rosenborg, who delivered a disciplined winning performance away from home during the last round, have looked tough to face on the road and its easy to feel that a bet on the Norwegians to avoid defeat offers punters a slither of value at the current prices.

Stadion Maksimir will host Wednesdays football game between Dinamo Zagreb and Rosenborg, who face each other in the first leg of the Champions League play-offs. Rosenborg have been scoring goals for fun in all competitions of late, but seeing that Dinamo Zagreb have turned their Stadion Maksimir into a real fortress, away win should not be considered. A man to keep an eye on in the home team will be Spanish rising star Daniel Olmo, who is unlikely to stay at the club. Dinamo Zagreb did well to roll over Ferencvaros 4-0 at Groupama Arena in the return leg of the third qualifying round and the Croatian champions will be looking to build on the triumph when they take on Rosenborg on Wednesday evening. The Norwegians, on the other hand, outplayed Maribor in the double-header to set up a meeting with Nenad Bjelicas troops.

John Carew is the most notable footballer who played for Rosenborg in the past and it has to be noted that the powerful centre-forward scored 18 goals in 18 appearances in the league for the Troillongan. The Norwegian side are well known for their black and white kits and Lerkendal Stadion is the clubs home ground. The capacity of the venue is 21.405 and the stadium was opened back in 1947.

Dinamo Zagreb vs Rosenborg Prediction & Match Preview

An average of 0.94 expected goals for suggests that theyve been slightly subdued going forward, though an average of 0.61 against tells us that the Norwegians have done a good job preventing their opponents from creating. From a performance point of view, Rosenborg certainly havent been flawless on the road, nor have they been flamboyant, but theyve been reasonably disciplined and have been tough to better.

However, the hosts will be without Andric and Moharami who are both suffering from injuries. This summer, however, they changed their policy a bit and made sure to keep hold of one of Europes most wanted youngsters Dani Olmo. They are a bit of a talent factory, producing bright football gems each and every year without exception. The Croatians would normally sell plenty of players each summer. The young Spaniard scored one and assisted another goal in his teams 4-0 beating of Ferencvaros and will be the one to watch.

Rosenborg also made light work of emerging from the previous round, recording a 6-2 aggregate victory. After they failed to emerge victorious on their own patch, Zagreb looked to be in for a tough night in Hungary, though they could hardly have won any easier, as they beat Ferencvaros by four goals to nil to sail through to the final qualification round.