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Legia Warszawa vs. FK Bodo / Glimt Preview 14.07.2021

Tuesday, July 13, 2021

Legia Warszawa vs. FK Bodo / Glimt Preview 14.07.2021

 

Legia Warszawa vs. FK Bodo / Glimt Preview 14.07.2021

After the exciting first leg match, Legia Warsaw advanced 3v2 in the second leg of the Champions League qualifier against Bodo/Glimt.

 

And on Wednesday, the two teams will meet again for the second leg, this time at the Polish Army Stadium against home to Legia Warsaw.


Lokenhas gave Legia the lead just two minutes into the first leg before Maher Emreli doubled his lead in the first half.


Despite the fact that Eric Bothem and Pernambuco dropped two goals for Bodou/Glimt, Emreli scored his second goal to give his side an advantage in the first leg.


After Poland's new Ekstraklasa season started just a few weeks ago, last week's first leg was Legia's first competitive match since mid-May.


Legia played five friendlies before facing Bodo/Glimt, recording three wins, one draw and one loss.



When you look at the bigger picture, Legia has only lost one of their last 17 matches in all competitions.


In terms of competitive tournaments, Legia currently has a 12-game unbeaten streak after ending its previous domestic season with a streak of seven wins and four draws.


Meanwhile, Norway's Eliteserien are in full swing, with Bodø/Glimt starting their home campaign in early May.


With a record of seven wins, three draws and three defeats, Bodø/Glimt is currently second in Norwegian Group One.


Bodø/Glimt started the 2021 season impressively and lost only one of their first nine games in the Elite Series.


However, they did poorly in the second leg, winning only once of their last six matches in all competitions (three defeats and two draws).


The duo race: Legia Warsaw and Bodo/Glimt met for the first time last week, which means we've only evaluated one match between the two teams so far.


Legia had 51% of the ball in the first leg, although Bodø/Glimt had ten shots against one more than Legia.


Team news: Legia Warsaw is currently struggling with injury issues, so head coach Ceslav Mičnivic can stay in the same starting lineup that decided the victory last week.


Bodo/Glimt should dispense with Morten Konradsen after receiving the midfielder's red card in the first leg due to suspension.


After last week's first leg, Legia Warsaw is expected to score another high-score victory on Wednesday.


Because of this, Voribet predicts that more than 5.5 goals will be scored if the Polish team beat the Norwegian team.

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