Standard Liege Wisla Krakow Odds : Kazmierz Moskal looking to continue form in Europa League

Standard Liege and Wisla Krakow go head to head in the second-leg of their Europa League last 32 tie on Thursday evening with the score all square from the first-leg.

Last week, these two evenly matched opponents played out a 1-1 draw in Poland, meaning that it is all to play for this week as they both search for a place in the last 16 of the Europa League.

On paper, it might appear that Krakow would have been disappointed with the draw on home soil in the first-leg and there is no doubt that they are the underdogs ahead of Thursday’s contest.

However, it could have been a lot worse for the Polish side. In the first game, they trailed 1-0 and were down to 10-men from the 28th minute, so to rescue a draw – Tsvetan Genkov scored in the 88 minute – was quite an achievement in the end.

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As mentioned though, they are still the underdogs going into the second-leg. Krakow do not have the best record on the road in Europe this season – they have lost six of their nine games – and they have been hammered 4-1 at both FC Twente and Fulham in recent months.

They did win 2-1 at Odense in their last Europa League away game though and they will be hoping to replicate this performance on Thursday evening.

As for Standard Liege, they would have been disappointed to have drawn the first-leg against ten men, but before the first game began, they would have settled for the current situation.

They know that a victory in front of their home fans on Thursday and they are in the last 16 of the Europa League. This brings with it added pressure of course, but this is a very good position to be in.

The Belgian side are unbeaten on home soil in the Europa League this season too and they have completed this run without conceding a goal. If this is still intact after Thursday night, they will be the team progressing.

Overall, the home side are favourites to get the job done, but Krakow – who have enjoyed every second of this Europa League run – will not go down without a fight and the odds of 11/2 with Paddy Power are very difficult to ignore.

This one gets underway from 6pm on Thursday evening.

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