On Thursday, Bodo/Glimt will face Lech Poznan at the Aspmyra Stadion in the first of two Conference League playoff matches.
The Polish team will try to keep the momentum going as they are currently unbeaten in three matches in a row.
Bodo/Glimt were held to a 2-2 friendly draw by Silkeborg on Thursday, extending their winless streak to three games in a row.
Their subpar performance is consistent with their poor Europa League campaign, in which they finished third in Group A and were relegated to the Conference League.
However, Bodo/Glimt will now try to get their first competitive win since November, as they have only lost one of their last six matches across all competitions.
Lech Poznan, on the other hand, beat Wisa Pock 1-0 last time out to keep their push for the top spot in the Polis top-flight standings going.
They have only lost one of their last 11 matches since the beginning of November, and they are currently unbeaten in six matches across all competitions.
Now that they have nine points from six matches, Lech Poznan are turning their attention to the Conference League, where they finished second in Group C.
After defeating Strmsgodset IF by a score of 2-4 in the Eliteserien, Bodo Glimt will be looking for another victory.
Bodo Glimt had 60 percent possession in that match and made 25 shots on goal, 8 of which were successful. Runar Espejord (47′), Marius Hibrten (75′), and Amahl Pellegrino (87′) all scored goals for Bodo Glimt. Strmsgodset had eight shots on goal at the other end, three of which were successful. Strmsgodset IF got goals from Niklas Gunnarsson (14′), Gustav Valsvik (42′ own goal), and Jonatan Braut Brunes (56′).
Over the course of their last six matches, Bodo Glimt has outscored their opponents by an impressive 18 goals. Additionally, Bodo Glimt has had 13 goals scored against them in those matches. It will be interesting to see if that pattern continues throughout this game.
Lech Pozna will enter this match having defeated Wisla Plock in their previous match by a score of 0-1 in the Ekstraklasa.
In that game, Lech Pozna had 51 percent possession and 12 attempts at goal, seven of which were successful. Radosaw Murawski was the only Lech Pozna player to score (20′). Wisla Plock, on the other hand, made ten shots on goal, five of which were successful.
Lech Pozna’s efforts on goal have been rewarded nine times in their previous six games, all against John van den Brom. During those very same matches, five goals have been scored against them.
We anticipate an exciting matchup at the Aspmyra Stadion between Bodo/Glimt and Lech Poznan, both of which will be looking for an early advantage in this tie. We are backing the Norwegian team to win on Thursday because they have a slight advantage due to their home advantage.
Prediction: Bodo/Glimt 2-1 Lech Poznan
This will be the first time the teams have met, and they both want to start their rivalry with a win and get an advantage in the first leg.
Since their 1-0 win over Viking FK in January, Bodo/Glimt haven’t won in their last three friendly games. They’ve only lost once and drawn twice.
Since their 1-0 defeat to Eintracht Frankfurt on January 13 in a friendly, Lech Poznan has not lost a game in six matches. Nevertheless, the Polish team has won just one of their last seven away games since the beginning of the year.
• KKS Lech Poznan has not lost any of their nine previous outings at home.
• Bodoe/Glimt wins the first half in 44% of matches, while KKS Lech Poznan wins the first half in 33% of games.
• KKS Lech Poznan wins 33% of halftimes, while Bodoe/Glimt wins 44%.
• In 77% of their matches, Bodoe/Glimt prevail when they are ahead 1-0 at home.
• KKS Lech Poznan wins 76% of their games when they lead 0-1 away.
• Bodoe/Glimt wins 38% of their matches when they are down 0-1 at home.
• KKS Lech Poznan wins 16% of their games when they are down 1-0 away.
• When playing at home, Bodoe/Glimt scores 2.66 goals, while when playing away, KKS Lech Poznan scores 1.37 goals (on average).
• KKS Lech Poznan has not lost in four games in a row.
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