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Today’s Europa League Fixtures & Previews

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Daka, Leicester

Leicester City vs Spartak Moscow

Leicester City are set to play Spartak Moscow at the King Power Stadium in the group stage of the UEFA Europa League.

Leicester City and Spartak Moscow played each other a few days ago in the Europa League. Leicester beat Spartak Moscow 4-3 with all four goals for Leicester City scored by Zambian striker Patson Daka. Leicester find themselves 11th in the English Premier League and will not be happy with their league position. Their continental performances have not been spectacular either; they are 3rd in their group.

Legia Warsaw vs. Napoli

Osimhen, Napoli

The group stage of the UEFA Europa League  will see Legia Warsaw host Napoli in Group C. Legia Warsaw began their Europa League campaign in impressive fashion as they beat Spartak Moscow and Leicester City 1-0 in their first two games. They, however, lost 3-0 to Napoli in their last game. The Polish outfit are perhaps the least rated team in their group but will be looking to prove a point by advancing into the knockout stages. Napoli sit second in the group, two points behind their Thursday hosts. They will be looking to make it back-to-back wins over Legia Warsaw.

Genk vs West Ham United

West Ham players

Genk and West Ham will battle for three points on matchday four of the UEFA Europa League. The visitors currently sit atop Group H, having garnered maximum points from three matches so far. Genk occupy the opposite end of the table on three points.

A win for Genk would put them back in contention for qualification from the group.

West Ham are currently on a five-game winning run in all competitions. The visitors are in fine form and their positive run of results does not look likely to end anytime soon.

Bayer Leverkusen vs Real Betis

Bayer Leverkusen vs Real Betis

Bayer Leverkusen take on Real Betis  and both teams have been fairly impressive this season and will want to win this game. Real Betis and Bayer Leverkusen are on an even footing as far as the official head-to-head record is concerned and played out a draw in the only game played between the two teams. The previous meeting between the two sides took place in the reverse fixture last month and ended in a 1-1 draw. Both teams gave a good account of themselves on the day and will need to take it up a notch tonight.

Monaco vs PSV Eindhoven

Mario Gotze, PSV

AS Monaco are set to play PSV Eindhoven at the Stade Louis II. The two clubs last faced each other a few days ago in the Europa League, with AS Monaco beating PSV Eindhoven 2-1. In two head-to-head encounters between the two sides, AS Monaco have won both games. AS Monaco will be without former Barcelona and Chelsea midfielder and Spain international Cesc Fabregas. Monaco have fared better in the Europa League and find themselves as group leaders. They must win to maintain the top position.

Marseille vs Lazio

Payet, Marseille

Marseille lock horns with Lazio in a UEFA Europa League game set to take place at the Orange Velodrome. In the Europa League group, Marseille are third with three points and they are yet to register a win in the competition. Lazio, meanwhile, are in second place with four points from three matches. Marseille and Lazio have played seven games against each other so far. The Italian side have triumphed on four occasions, while the French team have won just once. Two matches have ended in draws.

 

 

Galatasaray vs Lokomotiv Moscow

Galatasaray vs Lokomotiv Moscow

Galatasaray host Lokomotiv Moscow at the Nef Stadyumu. Galatasaray have performed very well in their Europa League campaign and are unbeaten in their three games so far. They beat Lazio 1-0 in their opening game before playing out a goalless draw against Olympique Marseille in their next game. The Istanbul-based club then beat Lokomotiv Moscow 1-0 away from home in their last Europa League outing. The hosts will be looking win to get a foot in the knockout stages.

 

 

Olympiakos vs Eintracht Frankfurt

Olympiakos players

Olympiacos will host Eintracht Frankfurt at the Georgios Karaiskakis Stadium for a matchday four clash in the UEFA Europa League. The hosts will be looking to avenge their 3-1 defeat away to the Germans on matchday three a fortnight ago. That victory helped the Bundesliga outfit claim top spot in Group D with seven points from three matches. Olympiacos are one point below them in second place.

Credit: sportskeeda.com

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