Brann vs Slavia Praha Match Analysis & Prediction
22/11/2023 8:45 pm
Brann Women will be looking to claim a second straight victory in the Women’s Champions League group stage when they host Slavia Prague Women on Wednesday.
Meanwhile, the visitors will be hoping to produce a positive response after suffering a heavy 9-0 defeat in their group opener to record winners Lyon.
Brann are competing in the Champions League main draw for the first time after they successfully navigated their way through qualifying.
They overcame Lokomotiv Stara Zagora, Anderlecht and Glasgow City to secure their spot in a group that features Lyon, Slavia Prague and St Polten.
Impressively, they extended their winning run in the competition to five matches with a 2-1 away victory over St Polten last week through goals from Rakel Engesvik and Natasha Anasi.
However, they were unable to claim another victory at the weekend, as they played out a 2-2 draw in their final league match of the season.
In contrast to their hosts, Slavia Prague head into the midweek encounter off the back of a humiliating 9-0 defeat in their home encounter with Lyon.
With their league action over until 2024, Slavia Prague have had a week to reflect on a result that ended a 20-game unbeaten run across all competitions.
Having won all six of their competitive away matches this season, the visitors will fancy their chances of taking at least a point from Wednesday’s trip to Norway.
Brann vs. Slavia Praha Head to head
This will be the first meeting between these two teams.
22/11/2023BrannN/ASlavia PrahaN/AWomen's Champions League
Brann Team News
Brann midfielder Rikke Nyland is set for a lengthy spell on the sidelines after suffering an anterior cruciate ligament injury earlier this month.
Engesvik will be looking to score in a third successive match when she appears in a front three alongside Signe Gaupset and Larissa Crummer.
Brann's Last 5 Matches
14/11/2023St Polten1Brann2Women's Champions League
Slavia Praha Team News
Slavia Prague are unable to call upon long-term absentee Tereza Szewieczkova, while Tereza Krejcirikova is a doubt after missing the last two matches.
After featuring as half-time substitutes against Lyon, Gabriel Slajsova and Tamara Moravkova are both pushing for starting spots.
Slavia Praha's Last 5 Matches
18/10/2023Olimpia Cluj0Slavia Praha6Women's Champions League
21/10/2023Banik Ostrava0Slavia Praha21. Liga Women
04/11/2023Viktoria Plzen0Slavia Praha51. Liga Women
10/11/2023Slavia Praha3Slovacko01. Liga Women
14/11/2023Slavia Praha0Olympique Lyonnais9Women's Champions League
Brann vs. Slavia Praha: Odds and Predictions
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