On October 1, Charleroi and Lech will face off in a battle for a spot in the Europa League group stage, and we have prepared a forecast for this match. How will the meeting end? – read below.
The Belgian club demonstrates excellent performance in the domestic league, as it leads after seven rounds and is four points ahead of its closest rival, so you can throw all your strength into the Europa League.
Charleroi passed Partizan in the qualifying semi-finals, although the match was very tense. “Zebras” took the lead on the 11th minute, but the opponents managed to equalize the score, respectively, we learned the name of the winner only in extra time (2: 1).
In the last meeting against Mouscron, Karim Bellosina gave his leaders a chance to rest, which should help the hosts. The team from the city of the same name is counting on the European Cup fall, and will qualify for a ticket to the group stage.
The Polish team cannot boast of a stable game in the Polish championship, because since the beginning of the season the club has played four rounds and scored only five points.
Unlike their opponents, Lech had three matches in the Europa League, in the first they dealt with Valimer (3: 0), then defeated Hammarby (3: 0), and in the qualifying semifinals they easily won Apollo (5 : 0), in the last match the Spaniard Pedro Tiba scored a double.
The guys of Dariusz Zhurava adhere to an attacking style of play and simply do not notice their opponents in European competitions, at least it was, but Charleroi is an opponent of a completely different level, so it will definitely not be easy.
The opponents will hold their first official meeting.
Lech have not lost for six matches.
In the new season, Charleroi have not yet lost.
Polish “Lech” got a good move and looks great in qualifying for the group stage of the Europa League. Dariusz Zhurava’s team loves to attack, which we have already seen, but Charleroi works great on counterattacks and in general it seems that the Belgian team will play the first number on the home field.
In our opinion, the native walls will help the guys of Karim Belosina put the squeeze on the opponent, and the owners will get the ticket.
Our prediction is Charleroi’s passing at odds of 1.70 in 1xBet