Champion and Cup winner of Slovakia continues to fight for the Europa League after relegation from Young Boys in the Champions League. According to statistics, Slovan can be safely called a home team, because in the last 5 games at home only two goals were conceded, one each from Zemplin in the championship and Lincoln in the Europa League, the same Young Boys could not score and was content with a draw. And Olympiacos has no task to go on the attack in the return leg and Slovan has the opportunity to continue his positive statistics in the game at home.
The Greek champion has already secured a 90% pass to the next round of the Europa League against the Slovaks thanks to a 3-0 home win and will play with future matches in the home championship starting in a few days. I suppose that some of the leaders will remain in reserve and Pedro Martins will give the rotation players an opportunity to prove themselves.
Slovaks coach Vladimir Weiss doesn’t have any high-quality offensive players, but defensively, playing at home, Slovan can dry up the opponent’s play very well. With an equal score or a small advantage, Olympiacos would have attacked without looking back, but now there is something to save. I expect a game with a minimum number of scoring chances, because some will not be able to, and the latter will not want to play open attacking football. More conservative rate TM3.5 on 1xbet v.83.