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Soccer 6 Preview for THURSDAY 13 JULY 2017

Thu 13 Jul by Mark Gleeson

Preview

Thursday 13 July
Soccer 6 Pool 1
Ostersunds v Galatasaray: Ostersunds are among the front runners at the halfway stage of the season in Sweden. Galatasaray have appointed ex-Juventus defender Igor Tudor as their new coach to replace Dick Advocaat.
Botev Plovdiv v Beitar Jerusalem: FIELD WILL APPLY
Zeljeznicar v AIK Stockholm: This tie will bring up to a total of 50 UEFA Europa League matches for the Bosnian club. AIK are in the top five in the Swedish league and midway through their season.
Haugesund v Lech Poznan: Haugesund of Norway come into this game with a nine match unbeaten run. Poznan also won 7-0 in the previous round, overwhelming FK Pelister from Macedonia. Haugesund scored all seven against Coleraine at home in the first leg.
Rabotnicki v Dynamo Minsk: A 7-0 aggregate triumph over lowly Tre Penen from San Marino in the previous round has seen the club from Skopje, Macedonia through in the second round of the Europa League. Minsk, from Belarus, are midway through their season and won six of their last seven fixtures.
Slovan Bratislava v Lyngby: Both clubs began their Europa League campaign with home and away success in the first round.

Soccer 6 Pool 2
AEK Larnaca v Cork City: FIELD WILL APPLY
Hadjuk Split v Levski Sofia: Hadjuk Split from Croatia make their entry into the UEFA Europa League in the second preliminary round while their Bulgarian opponents had to get past Sutjeska from Montenegro in the previous round.
Shamrock Rovers v Mlada Boleslav: Irish club Rovers won 1-0 both home and away against Stjarnan from Iceland in the previous round of the Europa League. Their Czech opponents had a bye.
Valletta FC v FC Utrecht: Valletta from Malta have players from Argentina and Brazil in their squad. Utrecht are back in European club competition for the first time in four years after securing a berth in the Europa League through a post-season play-off.
FC Vaduz v Odd BK: Vaduz were relegated from the Swiss top flight last season but play as Liechtenstein cup winners in the Europa League. Odd from Norway have lost just once in their last nine games.
Trencin v Bnei Yehuda: Trencin were 8-1 aggregate winners in the previous round of the Europa League. Bnei Yehuda won the State Cup in Israel last season on the away goals rule.

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Ostersunds v Galatasaray: Ostersunds are among the front runners at the halfway stage of the season in Sweden. Galatasaray have appointed ex-Juventus defender Igor Tudor as their new coach to replace Dick Advocaat.
Botev Plovdiv v Beitar Jerusalem: FIELD WILL APPLY
Zeljeznicar v AIK Stockholm: This tie will bring up to a total of 50 UEFA Europa League matches for the Bosnian club. AIK are in the top five in the Swedish league and midway through their season.
Haugesund v Lech Poznan: Haugesund of Norway come into this game with a nine match unbeaten run. Poznan also won 7-0 in the previous round, overwhelming FK Pelister from Macedonia. Haugesund scored all seven against Coleraine at home in the first leg.
Slovan Bratislava v Lyngby: Both clubs began their Europa League campaign with home and away success in the first round.
AEK Larnaca v Cork City: FIELD WILL APPLY
Shamrock Rovers v Mlada Boleslav: Irish club Rovers won 1-0 both home and away against Stjarnan from Iceland in the previous round of the Europa League. Their Czech opponents had a bye.
Valletta FC v FC Utrecht: Valletta from Malta have players from Argentina and Brazil in their squad. Utrecht are back in European club competition for the first time in four years after securing a berth in the Europa League through a post-season play-off.
FC Vaduz v Odd BK: Vaduz were relegated from the Swiss top flight last season but play as Liechtenstein cup winners in the Europa League. Odd from Norway have lost just once in their last nine games.
Trencin v Bnei Yehuda: Trencin were 8-1 aggregate winners in the previous round of the Europa League. Bnei Yehuda won the State Cup in Israel last season on the away goals rule.