UEFA Europa Conference League Qualifying Stage Quarter Finals Leg 2 Tips and Predictions

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The Europa Conference League leg two week is about to be crazy and many new clubs are going to enter a new phase in their organizational history.

With over twenty matches to go through, Europe is going to gain some new light on deserving clubs.

Even the best clubs of old are still within the competition making it a noteworthy affair.

Second leg matches in the Conference League have a big time notion and the squads will be in their most refined position this upcoming Thursday.

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Teams from the best nations in Europe are looking to make it one step further in the continent’s biggest competition.

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Matchday Previews and Analysis

APOEL (Cyprus) versus Botev Plovdiv (Bulgaria) Leg #2 (Aggregate 0-0)

Cyprus is in good hands with the past few years of teams being able and competitive during European Intercontinental tournaments.

APOEL is considered the firm favorite in this tie because of their difficulty of domestic competition and historic European appearances.

This team has had the potential of being in the Champions League for the past few years and will continue as long as their talent is developed.

Another frustrating first leg for a favorite, they will find solace in their home record and crowd this time around.

Considering the all-around consistency within their passing and defensive patterns, APOEL will be keen on not allowing a goal and scoring their chances.

Botev Plovdiv is creative in the way they approach the game, but they have not shown ability to create anything positive in open play that would scare APOEL.

This one smells like another trouncing and the home team advances.

Prediction - APOEL wins this matchup and tie in regular time with a two goals to zero win.

Dinamo Minsk (Belarus) versus Hapoel Beer Sheva (Israel) Leg #2 (Aggregate 1-2)

Staying in Belarus will help the Minsk side as their form drastically differs when switching sides.

Minsk has had a productive year with great results in the domestic league, most specifically in their home trenches.

In a league that has multiple European pedigree clubs, Minsk is finding their way and making their mark season by season.

This year figures to be a big one for the young squad and they will be liking their opportunities in a leg two versus Beer Sheva.

Sheva has the ability to control games to their tempo and they might have the edge to do the same this Thursday.

Overall, two great teams will have to leave it all out on the field to produce the next step qualification.

Prediction - Minsk wins two goals to win, and extra time to advance.