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Match: Genk vs Malmo
Competition: Europa League
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Flying the flag for Belgium and Sweden, which one of these sides will make it to the round of 32?
Genk’s fifth place finish in the Belgian league meant that they had to come through three rounds of qualifying but that’s exactly what they did.
Blauw-Wit will be looking to replicate their best ever run in Europe which came in 2017.
They got to the quarter finals of this competition before losing to Celta Vigo.
Malmö’s greatest European accomplishment was getting to the European cup final in 1979.
On that occasion they lost 1-0 to Nottingham Forrest in Munich.
Di blåe haven’t got to the knockout stages since so will they put that right this season?
It is widely expected that Beşiktaş will win this group and Sarpsborg will finish bottom.
That would mean that these two are fighting it out for second making this one, even at this early stage, a huge one.