Belgian club Gent will seek after a tremendous turnaround of fortune when they travel to Ukraine to take on FC Dynamo Kiev in the second leg of this UEFA Champions League play-off installation. Dynamo won the primary leg played in Belgium 2-1 with goals from Vladyslav Supryaha and Carlo de Pena on either side of a Gent goal scored by Tim Kleindienst.
The Ukrainian side Dynamo are in acceptable structure coming into this game and are falling off a 4-0 win in the association. They have won three of their last four homegrown class coordinates and are good to go to proceed with that run. Indeed, even in the Champions League, the 2-1 win in the principal leg has stretched out Dynamo’s unbeaten rush to three matches – winning the last two. What’s more amazing is that Dynamo have been making the most of their home advantages in the mainland rivalry. Dynamo are without a loss in six Champions League home matches winning four and drawing two. All the more significantly, they have kept a spotless sheet in four of those matches.
Gent lined up the main leg misfortune with another misfortune throughout the end of the week in the homegrown alliance coordinate. The misfortune additionally makes it three misfortunes and only one win in their last four Champions League matches. All things considered, the vast majority of Gent’s matches have been hard battled with just a limited edge of triumph. Gent’s last nine Champions League matches have seen a one-objective winning edge – four Gent wins and five misfortunes. Besides, Gent have lost four of their five Champions League away matches – including a 3-0 misfortune the Dynamo side in 2010.
Dynamo Kiev have taken a significant risk with a success in the main leg. They have been amazing at home in the Champions League and should stake on them. We are backing a home success.