FOOTBALL 10 POOL OF THE DAY
thursday 24 february
Leicester City should contribute to last week’s 4-1 home win over Randers with away success in tonight’s second leg in Denmark and progress in the UEFA Conference League. More details on www.soccer6.co.za†
M1 Bodo/Glimt vs Glasgow Celtic: The Norwegian champions defeated Celtic 3-1 at Glashow last Thursday to take home a handy lead for the second leg of this UEFA Conference League tie.
M2 Dinamo Zagreb vs Sevilla: Dinamo Zagreb, last season’s Europa League quarter-finalist, must not only end a long losing streak against the Spanish opposition, but also close a two-goal deficit to reach the round of 16 as they competition specialists receive Sevilla in the second leg of the knockout round of the play-offs.
M3 Lazio vs FC Porto: Porto came from behind and won 2-1 at home last week, but it’s a small lead they take before the return leg in Rome.
M4 Maccabi Tel Aviv vs PSV Eindhoven: The Dutch club were narrowly 1-0 home winners of the first leg of this UEFA Conference League last-16 draw.
M5 Olympiakos vs Atalanta: Greek champions Olympiakos will cherish their chances to topple the aggregate score after a narrow 2-1 defeat in Italy last Thursday.
M6 Partizan Belgrade vs Sparta Prague: Partizan scored 12 minutes before the end of the Czech Republic to win the first leg and give themselves an overwhelming chance to advance in the Conference League.
M7 FK Qarabag vs Olympique de Marseille: The first leg at the Stade Vélodrome – Marseille’s first match against a team from Azerbaijan – resulted in a second consecutive European win for the French side and consecutive continental defeats for Qarabağ.
M8 Randers vs Leicester City: Extended 4-1 winners of the first leg in England, Leicester will face Randers in Northern Denmark with their sights set on a place in the Europa Conference League round of 16.
M9 Real Sociedad vs RB Leipzig: Sociedad took the lead in Germany twice last week and eventually came out with a 2-2 draw in the first leg of this Europa League last-16 draw.
M10 Arsenal vs Wolverhampton Wanderers: Wolves are just two points behind the Gunners as both clubs compete for a place in next season’s European club competition. Arsenal lost at home to Wolves last season.
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