On Thursday, FC Copenhagen host Slovan Bratislava at Parken Stadium in Group F of the Europa Conference League.
The home side have already qualified for the knockout rounds having earned 12 points in their group, four more than second-place Slovan, who will need to match PAOK’s result in order to progress.
In four of Copenhagen’s last five matches the both teams to score markets have landed, having beaten Bratislava 3-1 via goals by Jonas Wind (2) and a Jens Stage strike, whilst Ezekiel Henty’s 21st-minute goal turned out to be a consolation. The Danish Superliga side have also beaten Lincoln Red Imps 3-1, and were beaten 2-1 at home to PAOK, but beat the Greek side 2-1 in Greece. Jess Thorup’s sides last match was a 4-0 victory away at Lincoln Red Imps.
On the other hand, following their 3-1 defeat to the Danish outfit in their opening match, Slovan drew 1-1 and 0-0 with PAOK, as well as defeating Lincoln Red Imps 2-0 and 4-1.
According to the Betting Hub App, there is a 70% chance of this coming off on the basis of both sides’ results. Combined, Copenhagen and Slovan average 3.1 goals per game between them.