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17 JULY 2019 UEFA Champions League : Valletta vs Dudelange

UEFA Champions League : Valletta vs Dudelange

Date : 17 JULY 2019

Time : 02 : 00 AM

Match : Valletta vs dudelange

Prediction : 1 : 2

*this is for your references, kindly make your own judgement*

Considering that Valletta and F91 Dudelange played out a 2-2 draw at Stade Josy Barthel, a close encounter is on the cards at MFA Centenary Stadium. Valletta came from behind to share the spoils with the Luxembourg champions in the first leg of the Champions League 1st qualifying round, with the team regaining a much-needed confidence. However, seeing that the hosts will be without experienced Malta international Rowen Muscat in the return leg, home win should not be considered.

F91 Dudelange have no other choice but to go all-out attack in Tuesday’s football match and seeing that they had 6 shots on target, taking 6 corners in the first leg, we are tempted to put our money on the away team. German midfielder Dominik Stolz, who scored the opener in the 2-2 draw with Valletta at Stade Josy Barthel, is likely to pose a big threat for the opposition defenders.


Born in Luxembourg on October 19, 1992, David Turpel is a striker who plays for F91 Dudelange. Over the years Turpel has established himself as a one of the best attackers in Luxembourg and he is likely to play an important role in Dino Toppmoller’s team in the 2018/2019 Europa League campaign.

David Turpel represents Luxembourg on the international stage and it has to be noted that he scored his first goal for the national team in the Euro 2016 qualifiers. Turpel found the net against Macedonia, but that did not help Luxembourg avoid defeat in Skopje. He scored his second goal for the Luxemborurg national team in a friendly against Albania in June, 2017.

Luxembourg eventually won the match 2-1. His preferred foot is right, whilst his main position is centre-forward. The 188cm-tall striker has 10 caps for Luxembourg U21 team, scoring one goal in the process.


F91 Dudelange are the most famous Luxembourg club. Dudelange play their home games at Stade Jos Nosbaum stadium, which can hold no more than 2,558 spectators. Dudelange clinched their 14th trophy in the national championship in the 2017/2018 season, with the team finishing the campaign five points clear of Progres Niederkorn.

As a result, the Luxembourg champions booked their place in the Champions Leaguequalifiers, but they failed to make it to the group stages of the elite competition as they were beaten by MOL Vidi of Hungaria in the two-legged tie. However, F91 Dudelange were producing thrilling displays in the Europa League qualifiers and, as a result, they make it to the group stages of the competition where they will face the likes of Milan, Real Betis and Olympiakos Piraeus.

The Luxembourg side wear sky blue and black shirts and black shorts when playing at home, whilst they away colours are yellow and black.

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