It is, to put it mildly not commonplace, and coach Solbakken is also not satisfied.
”in recent matches we have not been at the level we need to be on and we must get a handle on before Thursday," says Stale Solbakken to the club's own website with the addition.
”There are fluctuations in our performance, but we can't use for anything. We need to create results, and I also believe that we have the team for.”
I also believe that they have, and I hope of course that they show it on Thursday evening. Their opponent from Lugano are not exactly in top form, and has in the swiss league total four measly after six rounds.
I'm with you on that Basel has often been with and that the Young Boys also have been in the Champions League under the auspices of the within the later years, but the rest of the swiss club football should simply not be stronger than an international experienced team and FC Copenhagen.
It is even more wrong fat with Lugano than with FCK, because the guests will come with four defeats in a row, and their most recent european experience dates back to december 2017.
I put my trust in the FCK wins, and I throw the coin for them on the asian handicap -1 at odds of 2.00 with Youbet. Win FCK with more than one excess goals, there is double up on the bet, they win with one goal, you get the deposit back. ”The lion” last three home games were all on the two redundant targets.
You can also choose to go for a målrig battle, FCKs last three games had four, four and three goals, and Lugano's last four matches in Switzerland had at least three goals. The FCK-victory in a fight with at least three goals pays odds of 2.30 with Youbet.
In FCKs group Dynamo Kiev visit of Malmö and here I think that the odds on both teams getting on the board, is tempting high. There is something wrong with the Dynamo, who are without a victory in six matches, thus includes four league matches in Ukraine. We're talking Dynamo Kiev! It is downright appalling and perhaps a proof, that they are to speak with at the moment, also for the MFF.
the city's last five matches had both teams on the board, four of these were home games and against different opponents as Shakhtar Donetsk in the league and Club Brugge in the CL-qualifiers’one. A match that ended 3-3. MFF has taken the experience from last year's group stage with himself and thus qualified themselves again. Last year they managed to go on to the knock-out matches after the new year and the shape of the moment is good.
One of the day's late match has the Ludogorets in a favoritrolle against CSKA Moscow, which I do not completely buy that the bulgarians should be. They tried to qualify for the Champions League and lost as well out as at home against Ferencvaros. A Russian large groups with experience from the group stage in the Champions League last season, holding at least level with a Hungarian club.
Lugorets smoke from the CL qualifiers to EL-agony, and reached here by beating the New Saints from Wales and then playing twice in a draw with Maribor and move forward on the rule about away goals. They have, in other words, had two decent opponents and managed not to win some of the four matches. And it makes them so to the favourites against CSKA Moscow?