The return-leg matches of the UEFA Europa League qualifications will be played today. www.kick442.com sizes up the chances of qualification for the Indomitable Lions involved and their teams.
FC Sheriff CS Partizani (1-0)
At Sheriff’s 13,300 capacity Bolshaya Sportivnaya Arena they will try to protect the one goal advantage they brought back from Albania thanks to a goal from their Cameroon forward Robert Ndip Tambe.
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Universitatae Craiova vs Budapest Honved (0-0)
The away game in Hungary ended 0-0 so for Cameroon’s forward David Philip Ngog and newly recruited Niba MacDonald of Budapest Honved, the key will be an way goal and to keep it tight at the back. They might not have won at home but they succeeded to avoid conceding an away goal.
Eintracht Frankfurt vs Flora Tallinn (2-1)
Potential Cameroon defender Evans Ndicka Obitte and Frankfurt have to protect their gains in the away leg. Last season’s semifinalists Frankfurt succeeded to win away and are in strong position to see off the Estonian champions.
Esbjerg fB vs Shakhtyor Soligorsk (0-2)
19 year old midfielder Afrid Max Ebong Ngome and Shakhtyor made the most of their home advantage. They scored two goals and did not concede any. The Belarusians are strong favorites to qualify against their Danish opponents.
Olimpija Ljubljana vs Yeni Malatyaspor (2-2)
Though they conceded two goals away, their two away goals scored will be a huge advantage for Cameroon defender Macky Bangnack Mouegni and his Slovenian team Olimpija Ljubljana when they welcome their Turkish opponents Yeni Malatyaspor at their 16,038 capacity Stožice Stadium tonight. If they can avoid defeat and concede less than two goals they will automatically book a place in the next round.
Viitorul Constanta vs Gent (3-6)
Gent and their newly recruited Cameroon defender Michael Ngadeu Ngadjui will travel to Romania to face Viitorul Constanta with a three goal cushion. The Romanians actually scored three away goals but leaked six. However, there should be no room for complacency from the Belgians.
Maccabi Haifa vs Strasbourg (1-3)
Cameroon defender Ernest Mabouka Massousi and Maccabi Haifa have a mountain to climb when they welcome 2019 French League Cup winners Strasbourg.
They were comfortably beaten 3-1 in France. Their only source of hope is their vital away goal. They will have to dig deep to stand a chance of qualifying against Thierry Laurey’s well drilled Strasbourg team.
KuPS vs Legia Warsaw (0-1)
Cameroon’s 25 year old defender Luc Landry Tabi Manga and 30 year old forward Arnaud Thierry Ngueukam will be involved for KuPS who will try to overturn a one goal deficit against their Polish opposition, Legia Warsaw.
Their Finland based club failed to score away but still have a genuine chance to turn around the tie.
Debrecen vs Torino (0-3)
Nicolas Nkoulou and Torino travel to Hungary to face Debrecen with a comfortable three goal lead.
They put themselves a foot into the next round with an emphatic 3-0 home win.
Vitoria de Guimaraes vs AS Jeunesse Esch (1-0)
Vitoria de Guimaraes returned from Luxembourg with an advantage after beating Cameroon forward Yannick Makotta Ngale’s AS Jeunesse Esch by 1-0.
AS Jeunesse Esch’s coach Nicolas Huysman will count on his former Cameroon U-20 international for inspiration in Portugal tonight to turn the tie to their advantage.
A total of 12 Cameroonian players will be involved in 10 of the 42 Europa League games tonight.