The following is an analysis of a number of matches that shall be played on Thursday, the 29th of October in the Europa League (UEL).
20:55 AC Milan vs Sparta Prague
A 3-1 win over Celtic in their UEL opener gave Milan 8/9 wins in all competitions this season. Another Milan win looks likely considering that they are unbeaten in their 6 previous meetings vs Sparta ( W4, D2).
My prediction: AC Milan will win.
20:55 Feyenoord vs Wolfberger AC
Feyenoord ahead of this clash have drawn three consecutive competitive games. In their first meeting vs this entertaining Austrian side Feyenoord must work to win after missing a penalty in a goalless stalemate in round one. Both teams have scored in all of the last five games of Wolfberger.
My prediction: Feyenoord will win and the total number of goals to be over 2.5.
23:00 Nice vs Hapoel Beer Sheva
Nice enter this UEL game after suffering a 6-2 defeat at Leverkusen last week. They face a tough Isreali side, however, being on their home turf and desire to impressively comeback may work for them.
My prediction: Nice will win.
23:00 Roma vs CSKA Sofia
The hosts prepared for this fixture with an entertaining 3-3 draw away at AC Milan, which extended their unbeaten run to five games (W3, D2). The visitors have been stuttering and have only one win in their last five games.
My prediction: Roma will win.
23:00 Granada CF vs PAOK
Granada's outstanding beginning to this season continued at the weekend, with the Spanish club having won 8 /10 matches in all competitions (D1, L1). They won 2-1 at PSV last week.
My prediction: Granada CF will win.
23:00 Rangers vs Lech Poznan
Rangers got off to a flyer with a 2-0 win at Standard Liege. The team from Glasgow are now unbeaten in 15 competitive matches(W13, D2). Lech Poznan fell to a 4-2 defeat vs Benfica in their UEL opener. The seven time Polish champions now travel here winless in three competitive games and after witnessing both teams score in their last five.
My prediction: Rangers will win.
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