UEFA Europa Conference League: Union Berlin vs Feyenoord Live Stream, Preview and Prediction

Find out everything you need to know about the UEFA Conference League Group E fixture between Union Berlin and Feyenoord.

Union Berlin vs Feyenoord

Union Berlin vs Feyenoord: German club Union Berlin will take on Dutch football club Feyenoord in the 4th Group E match of the UEFA Conference League on the 4th of November.

Union Berlin vs Feyenoord: Preview

Union Berlin have not had the best of campaigns in the debut season of the UEFA Champions League. They have picked up a single victory in the first three matches which came against Israeli club Maccabi Haifa. They were on the losing side last time they player Feyenoord in the away match on matchday 3 and also lost their first match against Slavia Prague. The German side are currently the bottom-placed team in Group E.

On the other hand, their opponents Feyenoord have been in great form in Europe as they currently top the group E table. The Dutch side are unbeaten so far, and came out with a 3-1 victory against Union Berlin on matchday 3. In the Dutch league, Feyenoord snuck in a late 1-0 victory against Sparta this weekend.

Union Berlin vs Feyenoord: Match Timings

Date  Time  Timezone  
Thursday, 4th November1:00 PMPST
Thursday, 4th November5:00 PM  ET  
Thursday, 4th November8:00 PMGMT  
Thursday, 4th November9:00 PMBST
Friday, 5th November1:30 AMIST 

Union Berlin vs Feyenoord: Venue

Olympiastadion - FirstSportz
Olympiastadion

The match between Union Berlin and Feyenoord will be played at the Olympiastadion located in Berlin. It has a seating capacity of 75,000 and is the biggest stadium in all of Germany for international matches.

Union Berlin vs Feyenoord: Predictions

Feyenoord will come into this fixture with a positive frame of mind, having defeated their opponents in the reverse fixture. They are also in great form as opposed to the German club. We predict a 2-0 victory for Feyenoord.

Union Berlin vs Feyenoord: Live Stream

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