Match of the Week: Rakow Czestochowa - Aris L/sol
Aris Limassol has yet another appointment with history tonight. The champions after the two wins and qualification against Bate Borisov want to take another "step" and find themselves in the Champions League playoffs. This time they will be facing Rakow, who eliminated Karabakh in the last round.
The Polish champions will host Cypriot champions Aris and want to take the first step towards qualifying for the Champions League playoffs. Last weekend Rakow drew 2-2 with Varta, as they lined up with several changes ahead of today's match. In the European competitions it remains unbeaten, while in the competition there are injury problems as Griskiewicz, Jeboa, Rudic and Lopet Kovacevic will be out.
With the best possible psychology, Arts is in Poland. The champions, after their comfortable passage against Bate Borisov, were last time in Latvia to prepare as best as possible and not be affected by the heat of Cyprus. In terms of competition, Sane's place was taken by Boaki, however, no changes are expected from Spilefski in the lineup.
PLUS AND MINUS
+ In the last five matches in all competitions they are unbeaten
-The inexperience from such matches is something that can affect the team
+Offensively, he showed that he has too many options and pluralism in scoring
- Defensively, they conceded five goals from Bate Borisov in two matches, something that needs improvement
In the last five matches, he has three wins and two draws in all competitions
In the last five matches, either official or friendly, there are three wins, one draw and one loss
Rakow is unbeaten at home in eight matches in Europe
Aris has scored in 11 consecutive matches in all competitions
Aris has three consecutive victories in the three official games he has played
Rakow: 3-5-2: Kovacevic, Svarnas, Arsenic, Rakovitan, Tudor, Tsebula, Berggren, Papanikolaou, Jean Carlos, Zvolinski, Kittel
Aris Limassol: 4-4-2: Alves, Yago, Brosson, Musuda, Kazou, Mayabela, Struski, Szoke, Bengston, Babika, Gomis