Besiktas vs Genk live streaming
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Match: Besiktas vs Genk
Competition: Europa League
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Besiktas vs Genk live streaming: TV listings
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Besiktas vs Genk live streaming: Match preview
All 4 teams in this group are level on 3 points after 2 games.
Beşiktaş are by far the best team in the group and they looked it on matchday 1.
Ryan Babel, Enzo Roco and Jeremain Lens all got onto the scoresheet in a 3-1 win over Sarpsborg.
However, Şenol Güneş’s side were terrible in Sweden.
Left-back Caner Erkin scored an own goal in a 2-0 defeat to Malmö.
Genk too won on the opening matchday.
Leandro Trossard and Mbwana Samatta both got a goal each in a 2-0 win over Malmö.
However, they embarrassingly lost 3-1 in Norway to group minnows Sarpsborg.
That leaves them in a tough position ahead of this doubler header with Beşiktaş.
The Turkish side should win this one.