After an entertaining 45 minutes where both sides scored one goal apiece, Young Boys and Dinamo Zagreb have slowed down a bit in the second half of the match that took place in Bern last week, and a duel in Croatia will decide what team will advance to the Champions League group stage. By far the most successful Croatian team in the last fifteen years are hopeful they can return to the most prominent club competition in Europe after a year of absence and considering their stunning home record this season of five wins and a draw, they have every reason to look forward to this encounter. The Blues will enter this match full of confidence following a significant 1-0 win over the city rivals Lokomotiva Zagreb last weekend, same as the visitors, who have demolished Xamax at home by five goals to two. The Yellow and Blacks have been outstanding this season,achieving all five victories in their domestic championship with an impressive +12 goal difference, as they currently top the Swiss Super League. However, it seemed that Gerardo Seoane’s players failed to perform the same way in the first leg, and they will need to put some extra effort if looking to prevail in this two-legged battle.
Nikola Moro won’t be able to play for the hosts due to a severe ligament injury, while Jordan Lotomba, Roger Assalé, Pedro Teixeira, and Sandro Lauper should all remain in Switzerland due to various physical problems.
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