St.Gallen Swiss band will duel Thursday night at 20:00 with Spartak Moscow in the first round of Europa League playoff. The difference between the two teams is big enough, and clearly leaning toward guests.
St.Gallen had a good season in Super League. The team finished a Champions League place and was qualified directly in the playoffs. The five stages of the championship began in Switzerland, such as St.Gallen party has standing. Home team in this confrontation began the new 2013-2014 competition season with two defeats, but was recovered lately. In St.Gallen weekend won with score 8-1 in Switzerland Schonbuhl Cup. In the last round of the championship St.Gallen recorded another victory, 2-0 at home to Lausanne. Thus in the last four matches in all competition, St.Gallen was not defeated. St.Gallen can boast being the oldest club in Switzerland. There are no problems with injuries and suspensions this match, difficult.
Spartak Moscow had a Premier League start of the season in Russia, very strong with three consecutive wins. The team is currently in second place, two points behind against FC Rostov, the surprise leader of Russia. Spartak drew this weekend 0-0 with Rubin Kazan after another 2-2 draw with Kuban Krasnodar. Spartak has not been defeated so far in five official games played. Emmanuel Emenike was sold to Fenerbahce and will definitely be a big loss for the team. Nigerian already scored three goals in four matches played. In its place he was brought Paraguayan Lucas Barrios transferred from China. The player has passed on to Borussia Dortmund, with whom he won a championship.