Pre-qualifiers Plzen of the Czech Republic and Olympiakos of Greece are making their debut in the qualifiers that will define the last participants of the Champions League in their 2019/2020 season on Tuesday 23 July. They are already entering the third stage of this dispute. The meeting, which will open the schedule for the first leg, will be held at Doosan Aréna, and Plzeň, starting at 14h (Brasília time). The return match is scheduled for Greek soil on July 30.The qualifying round of the 2019/2020 edition of the Champions League is on its third step. They were left behind the preliminary stage, in which of the four teams that had disputed survived the KF Feronikeli, of Kosovo. In the second stage, 32 teams were divided into 16 keys of two.The winners have moved on to the current stage, which against 24 teams as it embraces eight pre-ranked teams.
The Czech team made two official matches in the season and had a perfect start to the 1 League, the Czech First Division Championship. At home, he made 3-1 at Sigma Oloumuc. In the second game, the most recent, played on Friday, July 19, as a visitor, scored 2 to 1 at Liberec.It was the complement of an extensive preparation that counted on seven friendly matches. They were victories against Domazlice (5 to 2, Czech Republic), Sokolov (2 to 0, Czech Republic), Mikulas (4 to 1 of Slovakia), Craiova (3 to 1 of Romania) and Ufa (1 to 0 , from Russia). The tie came against Qarabag (2-2, Azerbaijan) and defeated Legia (3-0, Poland).Plzen have secured the right to participate in the qualifiers for the 2019/2020 Champions League by taking the national runners-up in the 2018/2019 version of the 1 League. He completed the season with 78 points (24 wins, six draws and five losses), five fewer than champion Slavia Prague. As principal, he finished undefeated with 50 points (16 wins and 2 losses). As a visitor, he scored 28 points (eight wins, four draws and five losses).
For Olympiakos, this Tuesday’s meeting will be the first official match of the season. His debut in the Greek Championship is scheduled for August 24 only. It will be against Asteras, at home. Thus, it will be able to dedicate itself exclusively to the eliminatory confrontations for the continental tournament.In its preparation for the 2019/2020 season, the Greek team had an eight-game schedule. He defeated Vitorul Constanta (3 to 2, Romania), Jagiellonia (5 to 0, Poland) and Nottingham Forest (3 to 0, England). He was drawn to Pogon Szczecin (1 to 1 in Poland), Hapoel Beer Sheva (2 to 2 in Israel), Lechia (1 to 1 in Poland), Dynamo Kiev (1 to 1 in Ukraine) and Hamburg 1, from Germany).The classification for the 2019/2020 edition of the Champions League was achieved with the vice-championship of the Superliga, the Greek Championship. He accumulated 75 points (24 wins, three draws and three losses). It was five fewer than champion PAOK. As principal made 40 (13 wins, a draw and a loss). As a visitor, he scored 35 (11 wins, two draws and two losses).
Football Prediction of the Day Plzen vs Olympiakos
Already in a competitive pace and having the opportunity to play in their domains, Plzen makes the prognosis in their success against Olympiakos the best guess for Tuesday’s meeting in the first leg of the third qualifying round for Champions League season 2019/2020.
Bet Tips: Plzen wins