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Match: Sporting CP vs Qarabag
Competition: Europa League
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Sporting CP vs Qarabag live streaming: Match preview
Sporting supporters have been starved of success in recent years so will the Europa League bring back former glories.
The Leões have not won the Primeira Liga since 2002 and have won just 4 domestic cups since then.
Their one European trophy was the Cup Winners’ Cup in 1964 but they are regulars at this stage in recent seasons.
They’ve participated in 13 UEFA group stages this century and got all the way to the Europa League quarter finals last season before narrowly losing to eventual winners Atlético Madrid.
Sporting are big favourites to get through this group but face the side most likely to condemn them to third in their first game.
Qarabağ have gained a huge amount of European experience recently.
The Atlılar have won the last 5 Azerbaijani titles; consequently have been in five UEFA group stages including this one.
They’ve never finished in the top two in any of them but, with the final in their stadium in May, they’ll be desperate to get through this 0ne.
Arsenal are the big favourites to top this group and these two will probably be fighting it out for second.