These two teams actually met twice before in European competitions. That was eight years ago in UEFA Europa League playoffs. Swiss champions took commanding 3-0 win in Denmark and thought the winner was already decided, and almost lost everything. Midtjylland won the second match 2-0 FT.
Midtjylland have no major players missing for this match. Central midfielder Sandro Lauper is the only first team player injured for Young Boys.
- Midtjylland host Young Boys in the Champions League qualifiers on Wednesday
- Midtjylland are the Danish Superliga champions
- Young Boys have seen BTTS in their last 5 matches
- The Swiss champions are undefeated in 14 of their last 15 matches
- Young Boys striker Jean-Pierre Nsame has scored 20 goals in his last 17 matches
Midtjylland are coming off their third Danish Superliga title. They had a poor end to the season after wrapping up the title.
Brian Priske’s side won one of their last four matches, a 6-3 win against Nordsjaelland. Midtjylland had a quick turnaround, beating Ludogorets 1-0 in Bulgaria in the Champions League second qualifying round.
Young Boys won the Swiss Super League last season, their third title in a row. They won their final six matches of the season, scoring 15 goals with 3 conceded. Gerardo Seoane’s side beat Luzern and Sion in the Swiss Cup before a 3-1 win against Faroe Islands club KI Klaksvik in the Champions League second qualifying round.
Last season they were stopped by Red Star Belgrade on the final step. This squad has won both Swiss Super League and the cup.
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