Tuesday, November 23, 2021

Malmo FF vs. Zenit Tv Channel | Kick-Off Time | Lineups | Prediction | Live Score

Malmo FF vs. Zenit How To Watch | Live Stream | Tv Channel | Kick-Off Time | Lineups | Prediction | Live Score | Preview | Odds | 

Malmo FF vs. Zenit Kick-Off Time

20:00 GMT

Malmo FF vs. Zenit How To Watch - Tv Channel - Live Stream

Arena Sport (Cro), Arena Sport (Ser), beIN Sport Max (Fra), BT Sport Extra, CMore (Fin), COSMOTE Sport, DAZN Deutsch, Eleven Sports (Por), Polsat Sport Premium 6, TV4 (Swe), Viaplay (Den)

Malmo FF vs. Zenit Lineups

Malmo FF vs. Zenit Odds

HOME TEAM : 3.50

DRAW : 3.00

AWAY TEAM : 1.70

Malmo FF vs. Zenit Prediction


Malmo FF vs. Zenit Live Score

Malmo FF vs. Zenit Preview

Rooted to the foot of Group H in this season's UEFA Champions League (UCL), Swedish champions Malmö will need a drastic change of fortune to avoid finishing dead-last this time round. They’ve collected the wooden spoon in their previous two UCL group stage appearances, but managed to pick up a win in both those previous campaigns too.
The Eleda Stadium has played host to both of Malmö’s prior UCL victories, with those results including their only clean sheets kept in the continent's showpiece club competition. A rare feat indeed for ‘Di blåe’, who have lost all their other 14 UCL group games by an astonishing aggregate of 48-2.
One of those heavy defeats came against Zenit Saint Petersburg, who registered their largest ever margin of victory in the UCL (excluding qualifiers) with their 4-0 trouncing of the hosts in the reverse fixture. A win here for Zenit would at least guarantee them entry into the preliminary knockout round of the UEFA Europa League, while keeping alive their slim hopes of snatching second place if results elsewhere also go their way.
The Russian side are looking for a first victory on their UCL travels since securing back-to-back victories in the 2015/16 season, losing nine of their ten away games since. They’ll be favourites in their first-ever trip to Sweden, as the champions of the Russian Premier League battle it out with the champions of the Allsvenskan.
Players to watch: Malmö’s Veljko Birmančević has scored his last five domestic goals in the first half. Albeit in qualifiers, two of Birmančević’s four UCL goals have proven decisive. Often key to the opposition’s best attacking moves, Artem Dzyuba has contributed seven goals in his last five appearances for Zenit (G5, A2).
Hot stat: Zenit have seen nine of the 12 total goals scored in their UCL games this season come beyond half-time.



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