Roma vs Feyenoord prediction, betting tips and odds brought to you by oddschecker football expert George Gamble.
Roma vs Feyenoord Stats
- Tammy Abraham is Roma’s top goals scorer this campaign, scoring 18 goals across all competitions
- Roma have scored at least once in all 14 of their Europa Conference League matches this season
- Jose Mourinho has never lost a European Cup final
Roma vs Feyenoord Tips
Betting Tip: Roma Win & Under 3.5 Match Goals
Many considered this tournament to have little prestige when first launched, but it has produced an interesting final as Serie A outfit Roma go head-to-head with Dutch side Feyenoord in Albania.
For Jose Mourinho it represents a chance to complete the set, in terms of European competitions, as he has won the Champions League, Europa League and is yet to lose a European final. He’ll feel confident that his Roma side can see off Feyenoord but it may be a tight one. Five of Roma’s last six matches have witnessed fewer than three goals and given the importance of this clash, a high-scoring encounter seems unlikely.
Feyenoord won’t let Roma have it all their own way, the Dutch outfit are unbeaten in this years competition and despite losing their last league game against FC Twente, they’ll come into this final full of confidence.
Jose Mourinho lives for these occasions and i think Roma are a great price to win the match inside 90 minutes. But i don’t see there being a plethora of goalmouth action and so a 1-0/2-0 win for the Italians wouldn’t be a surprise. I’ll take this pick for a point.
Betting Tip: Tammy Abraham to Score Anytime
What a season the former Chelsea centre forward has had in the Serie A. He’s scored 17 league goals and is averaging nearly a goal every two matches. Now he faces the task of getting on the scoresheet in a European Cup final and the market has him down at a generous price to do just that.
The English forward is enjoying life at Roma under ‘The Special One’ and he ended the domestic season by slotting twice against Torino - he also scored the decisive goal against Leicester City in the last round of this competition.
Feyenoord have conceded in seven of their last nine matches played away from De Kuip and it would seem likely that they concede once again in this one. Tammy Abraham has also taken his fair share of penalty’s throughout this campaign and so getting this price on a forward who’s in a hot vein of form and takes spot kicks is something that can’t be ignored.
I’ll take Tammy to slot anytime for another point.