Our football match prediction:
After suffering a shocking 1-0 loss to Steaua in Bucharest, Lazio did well to come from behind and crush the Romanian outfit at their Stadio Olimpico in the return leg. The Biancocelesti have been scoring goals for fun in all competitions this season and all credits go to duo Sergej Milinkovic-Savic - Ciro Immobile, who seem to be in a perfect working order. The Italians are likely to stick to their attacking style of play against Dynamo Kiev and we predict that they are going to prove their worth in Thursday’s football match. The Ukrainians are not as strong as they used to be a couple of seasons ago and we do not believe that there is a big value in betting on Aleksandr Khatskevich’s charges. The two teams meet for the first time ever in a competitive match and, taking everything into account, Lazio’s experience should lead them to a win in the first leg.
Highlighted Player (Jordan Lukaku):
Jordan Lukaku is well known for his older brother Romelu Lukaku, who plays for Everton as a striker. Jordan began his senior career at Anderlecht, but he made no more than eight league appearances for the club. The left-footed full-back played for fellow Belgian outfit Oostende from 2013 to 2016 and at the end of the 2015/2016 season he moved to Italy. Jordan Lukaku signed a deal with Italian club Lazio for a fee of £5 million (plus £1 million in bonuses). His main position is left-back, but he is capable of playing as a left midfielder as well. Speaking of his international career, Jordan Lukaku made his Belgium debut against Andorra on 10 October, 2015. However, he has yet to find the net for the Belgian national team. Jordan was born in Antwerp on 25 July, 1994. His father Roger Lukaku was a professional footballer as well and played for the Zaire national team.
Highlighted Team (Dynamo Kyiv):
The most successful football club in Ukraine, Dynamo Kyiv has not been relegated to a lower division since its inception in 1927. First founded as a part of the Soviet Dynamo Sports Society, Dynamo Kyiv became a member of the Ukrainian Premier League after the dissolution of the Soviet Union. Over the course of its rich history, Dynamo Kyiv has won the total of 28 national titles, 13 of which came during the Soviet era. In addition, Dynamo Kyiv won 20 national cup competitions, while it also grabbed 3 major continental trophies, including two UEFA Cup Winners’ Cups. Oleh Blokhin remains to this date the most successful player of the Ukrainian giants with his 266 goals scored for the Kyiv club. However, current Ukraine national team head coach Andriy Shevchenko is arguably the most recognisable player in Dynamo Kyiv history. Former Milan and Chelsea star scored the total of 124 goal during his two stints with the Ukrainian club.