The Europa League Round of 32 games will be concluded today as 16 teams try to make their way into the next stage. Heading into the second leg games, there are three categories of teams to be on the lookout for:
- The teams heading into the second leg with a deficit
- Teams that have it all to fight for
- The teams that take a first-leg advantage into their second leg game
Last week, only five of the 16 games played ended in a draw. However, some of the draws were not goalless draws. One of the highest scoring draws came in the game between Rennes and Betis. Real Betis scored three goals in France.
That’s three away goals. Playing the return leg at home, they head into the game with an advantage over Rennes. Although they have to be wary of conceding goals too, they just need to win this second leg game.
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Napoli scored three goals in their first leg game against Basel. Chelsea visited Sweden and got two goals for themselves. Sevilla will be playing against Lazio this week in front of their Spanish home crowd and with a first-leg advantage over the Italians.
All these teams ensured that their trip away from home was as profitable as possible. In a way, they’ve made the most of the hardest part of their two-legged affair: win away from home. They now have to repeat what they did away from home. Just this time, they need to do it in front of their home crowd.
Can the Italian side be the first to score a goal in this game?
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Seven of the 16 ties played last week saw the away teams win. But it wasn’t all about the away teams. Plzen managed a 2-1 win over their Croatian opponent, Dinamo Zagreb. Club Brugge of Belgium, Fernabache of Turkey all enjoyed massive wins at home.
The biggest home win of the night was BATE’s “insane” win over Arsenal. Just the other sides, the Belarusian outfit is now 90 minutes away from a place in the Round of 16.
The odds are stacked heavily against them for this one.
Can history repeat itself or will it be another routine win for Arsenal?game?
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Two games ended in a 0-0 draw last week. Bayer Leverkusen could not find a way past Krasnodar while Slavia Prague held Genk to a draw. The second leg tie between both sides will be free-for-all. All four sides may even require extra time and penalties to be separated.
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