Lech Poznan vs Shakhtyor Soligorsk Preview and Predictions

UEFA Europa League Qualifiers Second Round 2nd Leg Matches

Lech Poznan vs Shakhtyor Soligorsk
UEFA Europa League Qualifiers
Date: Thursday, 2nd August 2018
Kick-off: 19:45 UK/ 20:45 CET
Venue: Stadion Miejski (Poznań).

It ended 1-1 when the teams met at Soligorsk last week. The Polish side Lech Poznan have a much better team than their opponents from Belarus and started the double legged tie as clear favorites.

After not making the best of chances in the first leg, the Poles must kill the tie in the second leg at their home ground.

The reason is quite clear as Lech haven’t lost a Europa League qualifying game at home since 2009. A streak of 18 matches with 14 wins and 4 draws.

Besides, most of Shakhtyor’s wins at the competition is against teams from less competitive leagues.

Lech Poznan vs Shakhtyor Soligorsk Betting Tips

Lech to win at 1.40 is the banker’s bet.

Lech to score at least twice – Over 1.5 team goals at 1.75.

Lech Poznan vs Shakhtyor Soligorsk Match Preview

Lech Poznan have made it to the Europa League 2nd Qualifying Round over Gandzasar with a 3-2 aggregate win, where Lukasz Tralka netted a last-minute goal in a 2-1 loss at Yerevan which saw his side through.

They now sit at home after the 1-1 away draw at Shakhtyor Soligorsk chasing the third round building on the success with a 1-2 win over Wisla Plock.

Shakhtyor Soligorsk will be no easy rivals to beat, though, and they come into the match in great shape on the back of a three-game winning streak – where they beat Connah’s Quay twice and Dinamo Brest in the Belarus Premier League.

They have a positive result in front of the home crowd if they’re to make it past the Polish rivals and we expect a very motivated outfit.

Lech Poznan have been rock-solid at this ground and this will have the crowd on their back once again, They have been scoring goals at will here and will be a tough task for the visitors this Thursday evening.

Lech Poznan vs Shakhtyor Soligorsk Head-to-head

The 1-1 draw at Belarus last midweek is the lone meeting between Lech Poznan and Shakhtyor Soligorsk.