Manchester United vs LASK Linz – Europa League – This Thursday night at Old Trafford, Man Utd hosts LASK Linz on a match counting towards the 2nd leg of the 8th finals of the Europa League.
Manchester United vs LASK Linz –Man Utd finished in 3rd place of the Premier League with 66 points conquered, thanks to a record of 18 victories, 12 draws and 8 losses.
In terms of goals, they counted with 66 goals scored and 36 goals conceded, with the team presenting an average of 2.7 goals per match.
Their record at home was the most productive, with the team getting 10 wins on the 19 rounds played as hosts. On the last round of this Europa League, they’ve eliminated Club Brugge by winning by 5-0 at home and drawing 1-1 in Belgium.
LASK Linz finished in 4th place of the Austrian Bundesliga with 33 points conquered, thanks to a record of 20 victories, 4 draws and 8 losses.
In terms of goals, they counted with 67 goals scored and 37 goals conceded, with the team presenting an average of 3.6 goals per match.
Their record away from home was very good, with the team getting 13 wins on the 16 rounds played as visitors. On the last round of this competition they’ve eliminated Alkmaar, winning at home by 2-0 and drawing 1-1 on the visit to the Netherlands.
I believe we will see a victory from Man Utd here, on a match with some goals.
The 1st leg encounter finished with a 5-0 victory for the English side, which is a clear sign of the difference in terms of quality between the two teams.
Man Utd are, in my opinion, the big favourites to lift the trophy, with the arrival of Bruno Fernandes and the entrance of some important pieces on the starting 11 have transformed the football of the Red Devils and they should once again confirm all of their favouritism here.
With nothing to lose, LASK Linz is already a team with some traction up front and they should adopt an approach without many defensive cautions.
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Manchester United vs LASK Linz – Betting Tips:
They have arguments to score goals, but Man Utd with space and the tranquillity of having the knockout tie practically defined have conditions to surpass the “Over” on their own, knowing that offensively they count with excellent resources and will be facing a fragile Austrian defence.
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