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PAOK vs Slovan Bratislava Prediction, Odds and Free Betting Tips (30/09/2021)

PAOK has once again become one of the leading teams in Greece and already showed its ambitions for this years' European club tournaments. Slovan Bratislava, on the other hand, is a team without much experience in recent years. Who will gain the three points on Thursday?

PAOK vs Slovan Bratislava: Top Free Betting Tips

PAOK started the campaign with a solid 0:2 victory over Lincoln Red Imps while Slovan Bratislava was destroyed by FC Copenhagen. While these results did not surprise anyone, we believe that PAOK is the better team here and we expect a win for the Greek side.

Prediction 1

  • Market: Team Total Goals
  • Our tip: PAOK Over 1.5
  • Odds: -200 (1.5)

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Prediction 2

  • Market: Team Total Goals
  • Our tip: PAOK and Over 2.5 Goals
  • Odds: 105 (2.05)

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Prediction 3

  • Market: Both Teams To Score
  • Our tip: Yes
  • Odds: 120 (2.20)

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Team Total Goals – PAOK Over 1.5

Playing in Greece is difficult. Especially when it comes to PAOK, their fans create an unbelievable atmosphere that makes playing there a nightmare for any visiting side. Even big European clubs have troubles when playing in Greece and Slovan Bratislava is neither big nor in the best form currently. We expect PAOK to win with more than 1 goal difference and obviously – score at least two.

Result / Total Goals – PAOK and Over 2.5 Goals

An option for people that prefer higher odds, we expect that this line will be covered even by PAOK alone. In the first match and their matches in the domestic league, Slovan proves that the teams' defense is strong enough. The team concedes plenty of goals but more importantly – Slovan has shown us that their attack also knows how to score. We expect that the visitors will add at least one goal to the final count but the full time result will be in favor of PAOK.

Both Teams To Score – Yes

Continuing from the previous tip, our last selection is for both teams to score in the match. The two teams played a couple of years ago for Europa League and the home match for PAOK ended at 3:2. This doesn't mean that we will see the same on Thursday but we already explained that both teams have good enough players to score goals.

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FAQs regarding PAOK vs Slovan Bratislava

PAOK vs Slovan Bratislava Prediction

• Who will miss the match for PAOK?

Unfortunately for PAOK, the injury list is long. There are 5 players in total who will miss Thursday's match. Those are defender Jose Angel Crespo, Midfielder Omar El Kaddouri, defender Sverrir Ingi Ingason, recently acquired forward Nelson Oliveira, and Vieirinha, who is a midfielder.

• Who will miss the match for Slovan Bratislava?

Slovan Bratislava has four missing players. Defender Vernon De Marco will miss the match due to a red card suspension. Midfielder David Holman, who has been injured for months will also be out, defender Lucas Lovat will also miss due to long-term injury, and finally – midfielder Vladimir Weiss.

• When did PAOK last win the Greek Super League?

PAOK won the Greek Super League in 2019, surprising everyone after years of domination by Olympiacos. PAOK has a total of three championships in almost 100 years.

• Have PAOK and Slovan Bratislava played before?

The two teams met in the Europa League Qualifications in 2019. Both matches were won by the host team with PAOK taking a 3:2 win and Slovan – 1:0.


Vladislav

Vladislav has been professionally engaged in freelance journalism for six years, during which time he worked for several foreign publications in the sports field. A football and martial arts fanatic, he spent years training before turning to sports journalism.

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