The Europa League group stage has finished 4 rounds. With 2 rounds left, which teams are expected to reach the final four?
The situation in the third group is the clearest. Portugal and France have 10 points together and will compete fiercely for the first place in the group. The next round of Portugal's home game against France is actually a decisive battle for the top four tickets.
The situation in the second group is also relatively clear. Although Denmark and England have 7 points to catch up with Belgium, which has 9 points, the last two games of the European Red Devils are at home. As long as they win 1 win and 1 tie against Denmark and England, Belgium can guarantee promotion. The top four.
Due to Spain's upset loss to Ukraine, the situation in Group 4 has become a bit more complicated. Spain currently leads with 7 points, while Germany and Ukraine both have 6 points. All three teams have a chance. Relatively speaking, the German team has the worst schedule with Spain and Ukraine. Spain is still the biggest favorite in the group. If Germany wins at home, it will basically be able to lock the top four seats.
The most complicated situation is the first group. In the early hours of this morning, Italy failed to win the Netherlands in an advantageous situation and suffered consecutive draws in the group. On the other side, Lewand shot 2 shots and 1 pass, and Poland reached the top after defeating Bosnia and Herzegovina 3-0. Although they will face Italy and the Netherlands in succession, judging from the current situation of the two teams, they may not be confident enough to win Poland.
For the Polish team led by Lewand, the next round will be crucial. If the away game can not lose to Italy, they are expected to start a final battle with the Netherlands in the final round. For the Italian and Dutch teams, in addition to striving to win Poland, they must also ensure that they take all three points against Bosnia and Herzegovina. You must know that neither Italy nor the Netherlands won in the first round.
The semi-finals of the UEFA Europa League will be formed next month. Will Poland become the biggest dark horse among the semi-finals?