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After getting kicked out of the Champions League qualifiers, Mura will try their luck in the Europa League qualifiers this season. The Slovenian side will play the host to Strum Graz from Austria in the first leg of the semifinals in the UEL qualifiers at Mestni stadion Fazanerija.

The host has been unbeaten in their last four matches with three straight draws in it. The Slovenian side broke their seven-game winless run in the league with a win last time out. Their previous encounter was on the road and they defeated Zalgiris with a 0-1 scoreline.

On the other hand, Strum Graz will come in hot with a three-game winning streak. The visitor was promoted directly to the finals of the UEL qualifiers this season. They will visit on the back of a 1-3 win on the road against the likes of LASK last time out in their schedule.

With their slightly better form in the records recently, the away team is closer to the three points and will probably be the favorites to win in the fixture. Their three consecutive wins as of late in the domestic league have been high-scoring affairs in each.

Mura vs Sturm Graz Head-to-head (h2h)

The teams will meet for the first time in a major competition.

Mura vs Sturm Graz Prediction

There is no doubt that the match is sizing to be a high-scoring affair in ninety minutes considering the recent form of the away team in their overall schedule.

Besides, three consecutive draws in the host’s form show a shaky defense for them which will also help the guest to slot in a couple.

Besides, the host enjoys the ground advantage but will not have much use of it outside their domestic league. Their campaign is slightly less competitive than the visitor’s league.

Moreover, the Austrian contingents have a slightly better squad strength compared to the home team.

Hence, Strum Graz is likely to have an edge in the encounter over the host.

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