KF Ballkani vs FK Zalgiris Betting Tips and Prediction
July 4, 2022 Sports Match
On Tuesday night, KF Ballkani and FK Zalgiris will face off in the first leg of their Champions League first-round qualifying match, each team hoping to gain an advantage.
The home team won the premier division in Kosovo, while Zalgiris won the title in Lithuania for the seventh time in club history last year.
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KF Ballkani vs FK Zalgiris Betting odds
Tips and Prediction
Ballkani, who topped their domestic standing previous season with 76 points from their 36 games, are the current champions of Kosovo’s Football Superleague.
They qualified for the Champions League first qualifying round for the first time thanks to their title victory, and they now have a two-leg match against Zalgiris to play in order to advance to the competition’s next phase.
Given that Ballkani have only played one friendly game this summer—a 2-0 win over Shkupi in the middle of June—and that they will be facing a side that is already well into its domestic campaign, the fitness gaps between the two players might be significant.
To have any chance of moving on in the Champions League, Ilir Daja’s team will need to build on their successful 2021–22 league campaign, and it would be a significant accomplishment if they could get past the nine-time champions of Lithuania.
Zalgiris won the Lithuanian league championship for the tenth time last year, which allowed them to go to the Champions League’s first qualifying round.
The Green Whites, who have 41 points after 18 games to lead their division, are well into their most recent domestic campaign, as was previously noted.
The visitors come into this game with a string of four straight league wins, including a 2-1 victory over Hegelmann Litauen on Friday that will have given the team even more confidence.
Last season, Bodo/Glimt defeated Vladimir Cheburin’s team in the Europa Conference League playoff round as well as in the second qualifying round of the Champions League.
Zalgiris is predicted to win this matchup because they have consistently advanced to at least the second qualifying stage but have never made it to the Champions League group stage.
Ballkani will feel that they need to perform well in the first leg in order to advance to the second qualifying round, but given the difference in talent between the two sets of players, it is very impossible for us to forecast anything other than an away victory.