UEFA Champions League Qualifiers Team of the Week After the First Final Round of Fixtures
The first final round of the UEFA Champions League (UCL) qualifiers concluded on Wednesday - and the quest for the team of the week based on players' performances, here is it according to sofascore statistics. Goalkeeper Jindrich Stanek Heroic saves from the 26-year-old Czech Republican saved his side [Viktoria Plzen] from losing on their trip to Azerbaijan against Qarabag FK, hence making it to this week's goal post ahead of 11 shot-shoppers.
Qarabag vs Viktoria Plzen Prediction Odds And Betting Tips 17/08/2022
Both Qarabag and Viktoria have been on long stretches of great performances and they will be absolutely determined get themselves qualified for the upcoming edition of the Champions League. Both of these teams have made it so far and they just need one more victory. It goes without saying that we are about to witness a tense 90 minutes between the two squads this Wednesday.
Viktoria Plzen vs FC Sheriff Tiraspol Prediction Odds And Betting Tips 9/08/2022
Viktoria delivered a 1-2 win on the road in the first leg and now they return to their home to host Sheriff for the second leg. It goes without saying that momentum is on the side of the hosts. They had finished second in the Czech top flight at the end of the regular season the last year, but they managed to deliver a superb comeback in the postseason to secure the top-most position in the league table.
International Milan vs Viktoria Plzen Predictions Odds And Betting Tips 26/10/2022
International Milan made a huge job by claiming four points in a double-header with Barcelona in the previous two UEFA Champions League games. I Nerazzurri are now three points ahead of Blaugrana in the Group C standings and need a win at home against underdogs Viktoria Plzen to confirm a place in the knockout phase of the competition regardless of what happens in the final round.
Viktoria Plzen vs Barcelona Predictions Odds And Betting Tips 1/11/2022
Barcelona will complete another dismal UEFA Champions League campaign on Tuesday evening with the trip to the Czech Republic for the clash against Viktoria Plzen in Gameweek 6. Xavi’s men disappointed heavily in Group C, taking just four points from five matches. They have lost even the mathematical hopes of progressing from this group with Inter Milan’s win over Plzen six days ago.
Viktoria Plzen 0-2 Inter Milan
Inter Viktoria-s as Plzeň left pointless Inter Milan have won consecutive UEFA Champions League away matches for the first time since October 2011, as Edin Džeko starred in a 2-0 win over 10-man Viktoria Plzeň. After defeat to Bayern Munich and a double header with Barcelona on the horizon, Simone Inzaghi knew there was absolutely no room for error on their trip to the Czech Republic.