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Last chance in Budapest: Maccabi Haifa will host Rennes and must secure first win in Europa League | Israel Hayom

2023-11-30T17:49:39.419Z

Highlights: Maccabi Haifa host French side Rennes in the Europa League on Thursday. The Greens are last in the group and must win to have any chance of progressing. Daniel Sundgren and Pierre Cornu start on the bench for Maccabi. Rennes lead the group, with three points from two games so far. The winner will progress to the knockout stages. The other two teams will play each other on Sunday. The final game of the group stage will be held at Stade de Reims.


From last place, Masai Dego's team will be hoping to keep a small chance of qualifying for the knockout stage • Five foreigners in the line-up, but Daniel Sundgren and Pierre Cornu start on the bench


Maccabi Haifa hosts French club Rennes in Budapest in the fifth round of the Europa League group stage. The Greens are stuck in last place at home, with very little chance of progressing to the next stage, but to stay in the picture they must win today (Thursday).

Masai benched two of the foreigners ahead of the game, Daniel Sundgren and Pierre Cornou, but started with two forwards, Dean David alongside Franzdzi Piero. The end of Podgrano, who has recovered from a long injury, also comes up in Maccabi Haifa's 11, which as a reminder has another completion game at this stage against Villarreal.

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On the other hand, Rennes, who lead the group, also want to win, knowing that three points will guarantee them a place in the next stage, at the end of the penultimate group stage

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