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Analysis of Basel

The current Swiss champions, Basel, have hired a new coach, Urs Fischer. In the 1st leg match they have done well and have beaten Lech Poznan in Poland by 3-1, with goals by Michael Lang, Marc Janko and Davide Calla. Therefore, they have a great advantage in this 2nd leg match, so they will qualify, even if they lose 2-0 at home.

They are in an excellent moment and arrive at this match after 6 consecutive wins, including matches for the national championship, friendlies and the 1st leg match. In July they had an almost perfect record, with the exception of the losses against 1860 Munich and Shakhtar Donetsk in friendly matches. In this series of 6 wins they have scored 16 goals, an average of 2,66 goals per match, and suffered 6, an average of 1 per match. Coach Urs Fischer’s team is in the 1st place of the national championship, with 0 points and have won all matches so far.

Confirmed Lineup: T. Vaclík, M. Suchý, D. Høegh, M. Lang, B. Safari, Mohamed Elneny, B. Bjarnason, D. Callà, M. Delgado, Z. Kuzmanović, M. Janko.
Coach: U. Fischer.

Analysis of Lech Poznań

After having eliminated FK Sarajevo, with 2 wins, 2-0 at home and 1-0 in the away match, the Polish team faced Basel at home and lost 1-3, so they will have a hard time trying to qualify. To recover from this disadvantage they need to win 0-3 in the 2nd leg match, so they need their offense to have a great day.

In the Polish Championship, Lech Poznan registers 1 win and 2 losses so far, so they are in the 12ª position, with 3 points in 3 matches. In the last 5 matches, they register 2 wins and 3 losses. In this period they have scored 5 goals, an average of 1 per match, so they need to do a lot better to dream of qualifying.

Confirmed Lineup: J. Burić, K. Ceesay, B. Douglas, D. Dudka, M. Kamiński, S. Pawłowski, D. Jevtić, D. Formella, Ł. Trałka, K. Linetty, K. Hämäläinen.
Coach: J. Urban.

Betting suggestion:

Basel has proven they have a far superior team, so in this home match they are likely to win once more. Therefore, the best bet is in favour of the home team.
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UEFA Champions League - 2015/2016

  • 100% 217 / 217 Games

  • Home team wins 51.61%
  • Draws 21.2%
  • Away team wins 27.19%
  • Over 1.5 75.12%
  • Over 2.5 51.61%
  • Over 3.5 28.57%
  • Goals 584
  • Goals /match 2.69
  • Goals /match home 1.58
  • Goals /match away 1.12
  • Both teams score 47.93%
  • Goals after 80' 17.29%
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