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When to Watch Neftchi Baku vs Dinamo Tbilisi 7/14/2021

Tuesday, July 13, 2021

When to Watch Neftchi Baku vs Dinamo Tbilisi 7/14/2021

 

When to watch Neftchi Baku vs Dinamo Tbilisi 7/14/2021

We have reached the first preliminary round, second leg of the 2021/22 Champions League, and we have an exciting match on Wednesday 14 July when Neftchi Baku meets Dinamo Tbilisi.

 

The match will be played at the Paxel Arena in Azerbaijan and the hosts enter the match with a 2v1 difference after the first leg in Georgia. However, it is worth remembering that the away goals rule has been raised this season.


Neftchi Baku is playing after the weekend break without a league match in Azerbaijan. The 2020/21 season ended on May 19 and the new campaign doesn't start until later this year.

 

However, Neftchi Baku is still in good shape and has not lost in the last 10 matches in all competitions, including friendlies.


After 24 minutes they advanced in the first leg of this duel and despite the equalizer after 12 minutes, Neftchi Baku scored the winning goal in the 58th minute.


Neftchi Baku has proven difficult to beat at home in the Champions League and is unbeaten in the last 8 home games of the competition.


They have been very defensive in the Champions League qualifying rounds and have not conceded any goals in 7 of their last 8 Champions League home matches.



Dinamo Tbilisi put a lot of work into it after losing 2v1 at home in the first leg of this duel.


However, the fact that away goals are no longer relevant in a draw means that a 1v0 win would be enough for the Georgian club to put a draw in overtime.


Dinamo Tbilisi is currently in the middle of its domestic season and two points behind the table runners-up in second place in the table.


You didn't play in the weekend but only got 1 win out of the last 4 matches in all competitions. Dinamo Tbilisi has lost 3 of its last 4 matches, all 2v1.


Recent away results in the Champions League qualifying rounds have been poor and Dinamo Tbilisi have not won any of their last 4 away matches in the competition.


You have not played 0-0 in your last 5 Champions League away games.


Looking at the team news, Neftchi Baku is likely to start with the same starting lineup from the first leg. Omar Polodov could join the team at the expense of Yusuf Lawal.


Dinamo could face Tbilisi Nodar Kavtaradze and Tornik Akvlidiani, both of whom came off the bench in the second half of the first leg.


Neftchi Baku will be satisfied with their chances of advancing after the score in the first leg.


They have a good record at home in the qualifying rounds for the Champions League and we saw a repeat of the final result from the first leg of that duel, where Nevchi Baku won 2v1.

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