Crvena Zvezda Belgrade (@3.5) vs FC Barcelona (@1.3)
25-10-2019

Our Prediction:

FC Barcelona will win

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Many experts are of the same opinion and give a forecast on a Danish success before the match between FC Copenhagen and Red Star Belgrade. With the 1: 1 from the first leg the coach now expects a difficult task in Denmark. With Milan Pavkov, scorer in the first leg, and Ben El Fardou, two strong offensive players are missing due to injury. Personnel have opened in the last few days two construction sites, the Red Star can not use.

The Serbian side dont have too much to offer going forward, especially on the road, as their recent effort in Helsinki illustrates, while as solid as the hosts were at home during the previous round, theyre yet to show anything that points towards them handing out a hefty beating. In the betting, Copenhagen to Win & Under 3.5 Goals catches the eye. Their performance last week suggests that the Danish outfit can get the better of Crvena on home soil, though we shouldnt expect fireworks.

And the Stars reached their dreams precisely after the away match with the famous Austrian club Red Bull Salzburg, scoring the experienced Red Bulls as much as two goals a 2:2 (draw after 0:0 in Belgrade). And then I want to remind you of the real masculine and sporting temper of Crvena Zvezda, which allowed it (for example, in the last Euro season) to get into the group round of the coveted UEFA Champions League for the first time in many years.

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A place in the Champions League play-offs will be at stake when Copenhagen and Crvena Zvezda face each other at Telia Parken in the return leg of the third qualifying round. The Serbian champions dominated the first leg, but the Danes eventually scored a late equalizer from after a controversial penalty decision. The two teams played out a 1-1 draw in Belgrade and yet another close encounter is on the cards at Telia Parken.

Unless they improve somewhat considerably going forward, then theyre going to struggle to make the required headway on Tuesday evening. It wasnt that the Serbian outfit were outplayed, nor did they look overly weak at the back, as they shipped only 0.77 expected goals for, but they looked somewhat toothless in the final third. In Helsinki, Crvena created a rather subdued 0.85 expected goals for. While Copenhagen delivered a solid effort at home during the previous round, Crvena struggled to impose themselves away in Finland.

Stadion Rajko Mitic will be packed when Crvena Zvezda and Copenhagen face each other in the Champions League third qualifying round, first leg. Crvena Zvezda did well to beat Premier League giants Liverpool in Belgrade in the 2018/2019 Champions League groups stages and seeing that coach Vladan Milojevic can count on key players for Tuesdays clash, we are tempted to put our money on Marko Marin and Co. The Danish champions have been in a fine form of late and seeing that they looked sharp at the back in back-to-back wins over TNS, we are positive that the visitors will rely on their rock-solid defence in the Stadion Rajko Mitic showdown. Vladan Milojevics troops failed to impress in a 2-1 loss to Helsinki at Telia 5G-areena, but it is well known that the Serbian champions produce much better showings at home than on the travels.

The club forms great rivalry with Copenhagens suburban club Brondby IF with games between the two club attracting some of the biggest crowds in Danish football history in this so called New Firm derby. The Team of the City as Copenhagen is called in Denmark has won the Danish football championship eleven times, while it has also won the Danish Cup on seven occasions.

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The two teams played out a 1-1 draw in Belgrade and yet another close encounter is on the cards at Telia Parken. A place in the Champions League play-offs will be at stake when Copenhagen and Crvena Zvezda face each other at Telia Parken in the return leg of the third qualifying round. The Serbian champions dominated the first leg, but the Danes eventually scored a late equalizer from after a controversial penalty decision.

Only then does he see a chance to eliminate a dangerous counterparty. Last weekend Copenhagen went on in the Superliga. Therefore, Stale Solbakken knows that the second leg should not be a self-run even in front of their own audience. At home there was a victory over Lyngby. At break, it was still 0-0, before the young Jonas Wind had his big appearances. With a double attack, the attacker almost single-handedly ensured his fifth victory in the fifth league game. The coach therefore asks his players to concentrate and focus on this second leg.