On Thursday, Bodo/Glimt and Lech Poznan will meet at Stadion Miejski for the second leg of their UEFA Europa Conference League playoff match. The tie is in a delicate balance because the first leg in Norway last week ended in a goalless draw.
Bodo/Glimt, on the other hand, fell into the Conference League after finishing third in Group A of the UEFA Europa League. In the Conference League’s Group C, Lech Poznan finished in second place. In the Polish Estraklasa, the Poles lost to Zaglebie by a score of 2-1 on Sunday at the same location.
Lukasz Lakomy and Dawid Kurminowski scored in the first half to help the visitors earn all three points. Bodo/Glimt have not played domestically since their match against Lech Poznan last week, which was their first competitive game in three months.
Lech Poznan’s attempt to win the league title has been disastrous, with the Railwaymen trailing by 13 points. Their continental ambitions, on the other hand, remain intact, as their unbeaten home record places them on the verge of the last 16.
Bodo/Glimt haven’t played a competitive game in over three months, but they still have a chance in the second leg thanks to their determined performance at home last week. We are backing Lech Poznan to win by a narrow margin with goals at both ends because this lack of competitive action could hurt their chances of qualifying.
Prediction: Lech Poznan 2-1 Bodo/Glimt
The matchup last week marked the first competitive encounter between the two teams. Lech Poznan hopes to make it back to Europe’s last 16 for the first time since 1993-94. After losing two and drawing one of their previous three games, Bodo/Glimt is looking to defeat Polish opponents for the fourth time.
This year, the second half of five of Lech Poznan’s six games in all competitions has been goalless. In two of their three away games in the UEFA Europa League, Bodo/Glimt led at halftime but failed to win. Additionally, the Norwegians have lost all nine of their previous European away games. This season, Lech Poznan has won six out of seven European home games, drawing one.
Lech Poznan may make seven substitutions from the team that lost to Zaglebie Luton 2-1 on Sunday. Pedro Rebocho and Filip Dagerstal are not expected to play in this game. Bartosz Salamon and Joel Pereira will both play again after being rested over the weekend.
For this matchup, Jesper Karlstrom is also expected to return to the midfield, and Afonso Sousa is likely to leave the team to make room for the 27-year-old. It is unlikely that Bodo/Glimt will alter the team that played in the first match against Lech Poznan.
Mikael Ishak, Michal Skoras, Filip Szymczak, and Radoslaw Murawski are expected to take the place of Artur Sobiech, Kristoffer Velde, Filip Marchwinski, and Adriel Ba Loua on the frontline. Even though he didn’t play a lot last season for Bodo/Glimt, Faris Moumbagna is expected to lead his team again.
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