Survivor of the second round, Wales’ TNS host Denmark’s Copenhagen, making their debut in stage three of the 2019/2020 Champions League qualifying round on Tuesday 23 July. The meeting will be held at the Park Hall stadium in Oswestry, starting at 3 pm (Brasília time). The return match was scheduled for July 31 on Danish soil.The knockout phase of the 2019/2020 edition of the Champions League is on its third step. They were left behind in the preliminary stage, in which of the four teams they played survived Kosovo’s KF Feronikeli. In the second stage, 32 teams were divided into 16 keys of two.The winners moved to the current stage, which counts 24 teams as it embraces eight pre-ranked teams. Of these, 12 will go to the next phase, the last of the contest, which is named after the playoffs and will indicate the six that will join the 26 pre-ranked.
- Spain: Barcelona, Atletico Madrid, Real Madrid, Valencia;
England: Manchester City, Liverpool (champion), Chelsea, Tottenham;
Italy: Juventus, Napoli, Atalanta, Internazionale;
Germany: Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund, Leipzig, Bayer Leverkusen;
France: Paris Saint-Germain, Lille, Lyon;
Russia: Zenit, Lokomotiv Moscow;
Ukraine: Shakhtar Donetsk;
Turkey: Galatasaray and
Advances who adds the most points. Goal balances and goals scored away from home are considered as a tiebreaker. Overtime and penalty decision are the final resources for definition. The losers of the playoffs will not keep shaking hands. They will take place in the Europa League match.
The New Saints follows in exclusive dedication to the Champions League qualifying match. The Welsh Premier League, First Division Championship of Wales, will only start in the second half of next month. His debut is scheduled for August 16 at home against Caenarfon.The quiet preparation allowed the team to beat Kosovo’s KF Feronikeli in the second round of qualifying. In Wales, the match ended in a 2-2 draw. However, away from home, TNS scored 1-0 guaranteeing the right to enter stage number three in the group stage of the most important club tournament of the Old continent.The team also carries a long unbeaten sequence from last season. With the games against Feronikeli she reached 27 clashes (22 wins and five draws). TNS has the hegemony of Welsh football. Won the last eight editions of the Welsh Premier League. The right to participate in the 2019/2020 Champions League qualifiers was the bonus for the latest achievement.The 2018/2019 National Tournament trophy was obtained with a turnaround. In the first phase, the classification, the TNS finished in the second position. He racked up 46 points (14 wins, 4 draws and 4 losses), one less than Barry.However, in the Welsh Championship playoffs, which bring together the top six at the end of the qualifying round, reversed the situation and completed their participation with 74 points (23 wins, five draws and four losses). It opened 12 points ahead of Connah’s Q, which also left Barry behind and took second place.As home team, the TNS accumulated 39 points (12 wins, 3 draws and 1 loss). As a visitor, he has won 35 (11 wins, two draws and three losses). In preparation for the Champions League qualifying debut, he made only one friendly match. He stared at Barry and threw a 6-1 rout on June 18.
The fight for the 2019/2020 Danish Superleague title began earlier. Copenhagen played on Friday, July 19, their second match of the season, their first at home. They defeated Aarhus 2-1. They maintained their 100% advantage as they had a 3-2 win at Odense.A proof that the results of friendly matches do not mean much. In preparation for the season, the Danish capital team played four preparatory games and did not win a single win. He was defeated by Osijek (2-0 from Croatia), Shakhtar Donetsk (2-1 from Ukraine) and Orenburg (2-0 from Russia), and tied with Amager (0-0 from Denmark).Qualification for the Champions League match was achieved with the national title in 2018/2019. Copenhagen have accumulated 61 points (19 wins, 4 draws and 3 losses) over the course of the match. Only one more than runner-up Midtjyland. As home team, he won 34 points (11 wins, 1 draw and 1 loss). As a visitor, he has 27 (eight wins, three draws and two losses).
Football Prediction of the Day TNS vs Copenhagen
Even though it has an impressive unbeaten run, TNS have technical limitations that make the prognosis for Copenhagen’s victory the most appropriate option for Tuesday’s Champions League third-round qualifying round match in their home country. 2019/2020 season.
Bet Tips: Copenhague