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UEL: Rangers vs Slavia Praha

Rangers vs Slavia Praha

With a 1-1 draw on away field in the first leg, Rangers are holding many advantages to defeat Slavia Praha thereby winning tickets to the quarter-finals of the Europa League. Of course it is not an easy task, because the representative from the Czech Republic is not easy to play at all.

Rangers vs Slavia Praha


Rangers is a representative from Scotland, although the national football background is not too developed compared to the big names in Europe. However, Rangers or Celtic are names that regularly appear in the Europa League and even the Champions League. To progress to the 1/8 Europa League round this season, Rangers defeated the Belgian team Antwerp. In the first leg match in the middle of last week, defender Filip Helander helped Rangers hold Slavia Praha 1-1 in the Czech Republic. A result brought teachers and teachers Steven Gerrard through many advantages in this return match. Rangers' current style is also very convincing, when the last 19 appearances in all competitions they are unbeaten. In the series of matches mentioned above, Rangers drew 3 and triumphed to 16 matches. In the ongoing Scottish league, Rangers are showing unique strength. Even after 32 rounds they were unbeaten when they drew 4 and won 28 matches. With 88 points in hand, Rangers are 10 points ahead of Celtic's second place. Obviously, with a form that is too convincing, Rangers are extremely confident in the direction of the upcoming match.

Slavia Praha 

To keep Rangers in the first leg is a pity for Slavia Praha, it is important to know that this team has a very early opening goal thanks to midfielder Nicolae Stanciu. Not to mention the fact that Slavia Praha completely controlled the game with 57% possession of the ball, plus they launched 12 shots and doubled their opponents. Although facing a bit of a disadvantage, Slavia Praha still has grounds to be confident and make surprises. It is important to know that, in the last 18 appearances, Slavia Praha is completely unbeaten when drawing 4 and winning 14. On away field, Slavia Praha also won all 3 recent marches away from home. In the Czech national championship, Slavia Praha is also dominating with absolute strength. Specifically, after 23 rounds, they were completely unbeaten when they won 19 and drew 4. Holding 61 points, the visitors were firmly at the top of the table with 14 more points than the team behind.