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Servette vs Slavia Praha betting tips: Europa League preview, predictions and odds

This article provides a preview, odds and recommended bets for the Europa League meeting between Servette and Slavia Praha on September 21st, 2023

Servette vs Slavia Praha odds and betting statistics


Servette vs Slavia Praha betting tips


Servette vs Slavia Praha match preview

One of two opening day fixtures in Europa League Group G is set to play out at the Stade de Geneve on Thursday, September 21st.

The matchup in question will see Servette act as hosts, in a meeting with Slavia Prague.

Beginning with the former, Servette, for their part, have endured something of a concerning campaign to date.

All told, across six outings in the Super League, Les Grenats have managed a record of one win, three draws, and two defeats.

Not only that, but their sole victory came on opening day, with Rene Weiler’s side, in turn, having since embarked on a five-game unbeaten stretch.

Such woes leave Servette sitting in a lowly 8th in the Swiss top-flight.

Turning attentions towards the upcoming visitors to Geneva, Slavia Prague, on the other hand, have enjoyed an altogether more productive season thus far.

The capital giants currently find themselves sitting 2nd in the Czech top-flight, adrift of fierce rivals Sparta owing to little more than goal difference.

This comes as a result of seven wins and a draw from eight.

Their most recent three-point haul came this past weekend, when, in the club’s post-international break return, Vaclav Jurecka’s first-half penalty proved enough to put FK Pardubice to the sword.

In Europe, Slavia have remained unbeaten, too, getting the better of SC Dnipro-1 and Zorya Luhansk on their way to the group stages of the Europa League.

All of this taken into consideration, we are therefore backing Thursday’s visitors to ultimately emerge triumphant from the Stade de Geneve.

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Conor Laird

Die-hard Juventus fan with a love for all things Italian, and a real soft spot for Arsenal cult heroes. Emmanuel Eboue, Nicklas Bendtner, Philippe Senderos... Give them all statues outside the Emirates.

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