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Fiorentina vs Lech Poznań betting tips: Europa Conference League quarter-final second leg preview, predictions, team news and odds

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Fiorentina vs Lech Poznań

Fiorentina to win 2-0 against Lech Poznań- 5/1!


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Fiorentina vs Lech Poznań

April 20, 2023

5:45 pm GMT+1

Fiorentina vs Lech Poznań match preview

Lech Poznań were unbeaten at home in Europe this season, that is until Fiorentina visited Poland last Thursday.

I Viola left Stadion Poznań 4-1 winners a week ago, meaning the Italian club have more than one foot in the semi-finals.

Arthur Cabral bundled home a fourth minute opener, only for Kristoffer Velde to fire Lech level, a goal missed by the majority in attendance, as they were doing the Poznań at the time.

After that, it was all Fiorentina, with Nicolás González’s header, Giacomo Bonaventura’s thunderbolt and Jonathan Ikoné’s cool finish securing the win.

That made it nine successive Europa Conference League victories for Vincenzo Italiano’s team, who’ve scored 29 goals in these matches.

I Gigliati are chasing just the club’s second piece of continental silverware, 62 years after beating Rangers in the Cup Winners’ Cup Final.

Meanwhile, domestically, Fiorentina are unbeaten in eight Serie A games, and are highly likely to featuring in May’s Coppa Italia Final against Juventus or Inter.

Here, will they finish the job back in Florence?

Lech Poznań's European campaign looks set to end here, but it’s certainly be one to remember.

The Ekstraklasa champions have won knockout phase ties for the very first time, with this their maiden appearance in the quarter-finals of a UEFA tournament.

Nevertheless, Fiorentina will be confident of making it ten successive European victories in this second leg at Stadio Artemio Franchi.

Fiorentina team news

Given that his team were in action as recently as Monday night, drawing 1-1 with Atalanta, Vincenzo Italiano may be tempted to rest a few.

Moroccan World Cup star Sofyan Amrabat missed that game with a muscular issue so is unlikely to be risked here.

The usual front three, Jonathan Ikoné, Nicolás González and Arthur Cabral, all scored in Poland, but Luka Jović will be hoping to be rotated in.

Lech Poznań team news

John van den Brom’s team are currently third in the Ekstraklasa, drawing 2-2 with second-place Legia Warszawa on Sunday.

That will have been hugly energy-sapping but, given that they don’t face strugglers Radomiak Radom until Monday, expect him to deploy his strongest XI here.

Afonso Sousa was the scorer of both at the weekend, so is set to keep his place as the number ten.

Captain Mikael Ishak is their main goal threat through, with nine of his 20 goals this season coming in UEFA competition.

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