Our prediction for this Europa League match:
Despite being regarded as hot favourites to beat Vidi in Thessaloniki two weeks ago, PAOK suffered a shocking loss to the Hungarian side in front of home fans. The Black and Whites are desperate to get their revenge on Vidi for the unexpected defeat and we predict that they are going to leave their hearts on the field in Thursday’s football match. PAOK aim to cement their spot in top two and we believe that they are going to prove their worth on the field in the Groupama Arena clash. Vidi did well to beat PAOK in Thessaloniki two weeks ago, but we do not believe that they are capable of repeating the success. PAOK are more of a team than Vidi and seeing that the visitors are going to take this match very seriously, we believe that there is a big value in betting on Serbian striker Aleksandar Prijovic and his teammates.
Highlighted Player (Armin Hodzic):
Armin Hodzic is Bosnia and Herzegovina international who plays for Hungarian side MOL Vidi as a forward. Hodzic is a product of Liverpool football academy, but he did not see any game action for the Reds first team in the Premier League. In 2012 he was loaned to Bosnian side Zeljeznicar and after scoring 18 goals in 45 appearances for the capital club, Hodzic moved to Dinamo Zagreb. Hodzic won three domestic trophies with the Modri before joining MOL Vidi in 2018. Speaking of his international career, Armin Hodzic made his Bosnia and Herzegovina debut on May 29, 2016 in a friendly against Spain. The Balkan Dragons were beaten by la Roja 3-1 that day. Armin Hodzic’s main position is centre-forward, but he plays as both second striker and left winger as well. The MOL Vidi attacker doesn’t have a preferred foot. The Bosnian attacker was born in Sarajevo on November 17, 1994.
Highlighted Team (PAOK):
PAOK are regarded as one of the most famous clubs in Greece. The club’s biggest rivals are Olympiakos, but they have a great rivalry with local rivals Aris as well. The Double-headed eagle play their home games at Toumba Stadion Thessaloniki and the capacity of the venue is 28 803. PAOK are a real force to be reckoned with at home, but they often struggle when playing on the travels. The club won their first Greek Superleague title in 1976 and nine years later their clinched their second domestic trophy, finishing the season three points clear of Panathinaikos. Speaking of the club’s European success, the Black and Whites made it to the UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup in the 1973/1974 season, but they were outplayed by Italian giants Milan in the two-legged tie. PAOK were founded on 20 April, 1926 and they play their home games in black and white shirts and black shorts. The club’s away colours are white.