Slavia Prague vs Levadia Live Stream, Preview and Prediction Europe Champions League 2016

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After the season of poor results and placements, fans of Slavia Prague are going through another disappointment. Their squad has entered the Europa League qualifiers duel against Levadia Tallinn as big favorites, but 3 – 1 defeat in Estonia has shocked everyone. Now, team from Prague will have to do their best in order to eliminate Levadia but there is a hope. The only positive side from the match played last week was constant pressure from the Czech side, a lot of shots and goal opportunities. If their strikers were slightly more focused, there was no doubt Slavia Prague would have a lot easier task in front of them tomorrow.

Levadia Tallinn are having the advantage of playing an active season. The championship in Estonia is under way for the last three months and the current situation for them is not bad at all. Levadia Tallinn are only two points behind the table leaders Infonet. They were holding the top for a month, but unexpected 1 – 0 loss to Parnu has forced them to the 2nd position.

The bookies agree that the quality and the experience are on the side of Slavia Prague. The current odds on home victory are ridiculously low 1/8, while Levadia are big underdogs with 16/1. The most tempting option for this match is Slavia Prague to qualify with 7/10.

As already mentioned, the first duel in Tallinn didn’t offer some spectacular performance by the hosts. They were simply focusing on counter attacks and used all their opportunities. Hunt, Gando and Antonov were the goal scorers for Levadia, while Mesanovic was the one to net for Slavia.

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