CSKA Sofia vs FC Copenhagen Europa League
Nordics in slow but secure steps towards the play-off.
European League 3 tournament offers a series of exciting games this Thursday, and surely the European public will enjoy a total of football from the most important bands in the competition. One of these duels is between CSKA Sofia and FC Copenhagen, scheduled from 20:45 on the Nacionalen Stadium Vasil Levski.
CSKA Sofia, the host of this game, will share the chances with the opponent tonight to win the game, but it gets the second one to qualify, with the bottom-up team in terms of value and experience. The Bulgarian club led by the Englishman El Maestro has a great start to the European season so far, managing to pass two preliminary tours. The first was the most difficult because the Bulgarian footballers were still in the beginning, and they needed minutes to get into the rhythm. Eventually they managed to pass the Latvian team, FC Riga, and so they qualified in round 2, having the opponent of the Austrian club Admira. The score was 6-1 for CSKA who has only one hop before the play-off, but the mission is extremely difficult.
FC Copenhagen, the guest of this first run, moves to Sofia to try to score a favor in the next elimination phase of the UEL. The Danish side led by Solbakken debuted in UEL a month ago when he succeeded in eliminating the Finnish club, KUPS, with a 2-1 lead overall. Then followed another Nordic club, Stjarnan, Icelanders trying as much as possible to succeed the miracle, but it did not come because of the excellent game played in both matches by the Danes, imposing with the 7-0 score in general. FC Copenhagen has begun a fairly defeated championship with a draw and a defeat, but at this moment things have gone green for the Danish club which has managed two consecutive wins, the last one coming to the Odense field even last weekend.
Football Prediction Today CSKA Sofia vs FC Copenhagen
The value of both UEL teams is incontestable, but there is only one place for one of them to qualify in the play-off, so we will have a fairly hot game with two bands that will give it all for qualifying. I go to the Danes who are performing much better in tactical terms, with their experience and experience. I think they will not lose on the bulgarian field, and even watch a game with at least 3 successes on the table.
Insider Tip: X2
Insider Tip: Both teams to score