F91 Dudelange vs Malmo Betting Tips and Prediction
August 10, 2022 Football Match, Sports Match
To complete their third qualifying round match against F91 Dudelange, Malmo travels to Luxembourg on Thursday with one foot already in the Europa League playoff round.
The Allsvenskan winners are currently 90 minutes away from playing Sivasspor in a match to advance to the group round following their triumph in Sweden last week.
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F91 Dudelange vs Malmo Tips and Prediction
Malmo, who were already favorites to go through their less talented opponents, saw the first leg of the match last Thursday at Eleda Stadion swing much further in their favor when Dudelange was reduced to 10 men with only 30 minutes remaining.
Although it took some time, Di Blae eventually scored three goals in the second half, two of which came from replacements Ola Toivonen and Veljko Birmancevic in the closing ten minutes.
The Swedish champions are therefore in a good position to return to Europe’s second-tier competition, where they advanced as group winners two years ago and reached the knockout rounds before being eliminated by Lithuania’s FK Zalgiris.
However, Milos Milojevic’s team is already playing catch-up in the defense of their domestic championship, and after falling to Sirius on Sunday, they are now sixth in the rankings and five points off the top of the Allsvenskan.This has not made for an easy transition.
The minnows F91 Dudelange, who, as their name suggests, were only founded in 1991, can only dream of the continental pedigree that the plenty times national winners and previous European Cup runners-up still enjoy.
The champions of the Luxembourg National Division from the previous campaign, like Malmo, harbored dreams of moving on to the Champions League but were defeated by FC Pyunik of Armenia, and now they require a miracle to continue their participation in the Europa League qualifying rounds.
Carlos Fangueiro’s team needed a similar outcome against far harder competition after opening their domestic campaign on Sunday with a demolition of Jeunesse Esch.
Even before the game begins at the modest Stade Jos Nosbaum, Dudelange, the first team from Luxembourg to ever get past the Europa League’s preliminary round in 2018, which they also participated in the group stage the season after, seems incapable of replicating that accomplishment.
Malmo can take this second leg in stride and complete an easy aggregate victory because they are no longer under any strain as a result of last week’s outcome. On Thursday, even a backup team should have enough cunning to score multiple goals and guarantee a playoff position.