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Re: Champions League 2013/14 the road to Lisboa
« Reply #20 on: April 08, 2013, 04:12:50 PM »
Indeed Tyreso stays on 19.5 and must thank Malmo and Goteborg who got nothing in the quarter-finals...while Birmingham thanks Arsenal for those two wins against Torres


IIRC Tyresö robbed a few of their players before this season.

Reap, sow, etc.

Completely farcical seeding system all the same, mind. Hope Neulengbach draws Tyresö and loses by 15.
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Re: Champions League 2013/14 the road to Lisboa
« Reply #21 on: May 06, 2013, 09:50:43 AM »
I am very curious to see how ASV Spratzern will do .Newcomers in the competition can go far away as seen with Wolfsburg this year  ;D ;) We also have a new potuguese team in Ouriense. Barcelona is back as well.

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Re: Champions League 2013/14 the road to Lisboa
« Reply #22 on: May 06, 2013, 01:04:24 PM »
Wolfsburg wait, Lyon record, Barcelona triumph

VfL Wolfsburg are all but German champions despite losing on Sunday while final opponents Olympique Lyonnais set a new best and FC Barcelona dramatically retained the Spanish crown.

VfL Wolfsburg will have to wait a week before claiming their first Frauen Bundesliga title but their UEFA Women's Champions League final opponents at Stamford Bridge on 23 May, Olympique Lyonnais, keep on winning and breaking records while FC Barcelona triumphed in a Spanish decider.
 

Wolfsburg made their European debut this season as German runners-up but dropped points by main rivals 1. FFC Frankfurt and 1. FFC Turbine Potsdam in recent weeks meant that Wednesday's 4-1 victory at Bayer 04 Leverkusen was a virtual championship clincher. It left Wolfsburg six points ahead of Frankfurt with two games left and a virtually insurmountable goal difference, and definitely ended Potsdam's run of four straight titles.

However, Wolfsburg still needed a point at Potsdam on Sunday to mathematically become the first team other than Turbine or Frankfurt to take the crown since 1999/2000, but instead fell to a 2-0 defeat through teenage pair Nataša Andonova and Pauline Bremer. Wolfsburg were not ensured the title as Frankfurt won 1-0 at SC 07 Bad Neuenahr, but more importantly for the three-time European champions they remain a point ahead of Potsdam. Frankfurt will return to UEFA competition next season with Wolfsburg if they beat FC Bayern München next Sunday, when the leaders welcome Bad Neuenahr.

Aiming for a third consecutive UEFA Women's Champions League triumph, Lyon have already clinched a seventh straight French title and underlined their dominance on Sunday by winning 6-0 at Arras FCF, Camille Abily and Eugénie Le Sommer both scoring twice and Élodie Thomis and Louisa Necib also on target. They have won all 20 of their league games this season and the victory took them to a French championship record of 120 goals, one ahead of last season's mark, with two fixtures still to go.

Indeed, Lyon have now won 40 competitive fixtures in a row, going back more than a year, and will move closer to a possible treble if they defeat Montpellier Hérault SC in next Sunday's French Cup semi-final. FCF Juvisy Essonne, beaten by Lyon in the UEFA Women's Champions League last four, are four points behind Paris Saint-Germain FC in the race for France's second European place thanks to a 1-0 win at Montpellier; the two capital clubs are matched on 18 May.

Elsewhere, in a dramatic end to the Spanish season, Barcelona clinched a second straight title and European qualification after a 2-1 win at Athletic Club, who had led by a point going into their decisive fixture. There were more than 25,000 watching at San Mamés as Melanie Serrano and Kenti Robles scored for Barcelona, whose debut European campaign was ended by Arsenal LFC in the round of 32 this season.

http://www.uefa.com/womenschampionsleague/news/newsid=1947904.html#wolfsburg+wait+lyon+record+barcelona+triumph

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Re: Champions League 2013/14 the road to Lisboa
« Reply #23 on: May 12, 2013, 09:42:52 AM »
Someone has posted on wikipedia that SFK 2000 Sarajevo would have qualified as the Champion of BiH.
As far as I know, that is incorrect. The top two of the BiH Championship (SFK 2000 and Mladost NP) play a three-way play-off on May 25-26th against the Champion of Republika Srpska (Banja Luka). Confusingly the winner of this will be the Champion of BiH.
All this obviously because the two nations within BiH (Bosnia-Herzegovina and Republika Srpska) have not united their league competitions in the women's game, although they did so already some years ago for the top division in the men's game.

Azerbaijan and Armenia do not seem to run a Championship for women at the moment. Not really sure what the situation is in Georgia.

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Re: Champions League 2013/14 the road to Lisboa
« Reply #24 on: June 02, 2013, 08:29:23 PM »
SFK2000 probably still clinched the title, today.
A week or two until we know exactly how many teams will compete.

Meanwhile, it is not looking bright for Tyresö's hopes of getting seeded.
Sparta, Zorkyi and Rossiyanka have all qualified.

So what they need is Glasgow or Unia to fail in the qualification stage; here assuming the probable scenario that the number of participants is such that both teams are forced to start in the qualification stage.

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Re: Champions League 2013/14 the road to Lisboa
« Reply #25 on: June 02, 2013, 09:35:04 PM »
Tyreso against PSG Lyon Potsdam or Wolfsburg would be really fun.

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Re: Champions League 2013/14 the road to Lisboa
« Reply #26 on: June 10, 2013, 08:08:07 PM »
Here we go qualifying round and last 32 coefficients :


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« Reply #27 on: June 10, 2013, 09:44:20 PM »
Yeh, those came on Friday. Spartak won in Serbia and Zorkiy and Rossiyanaka were top 2 in Russia.

In Slovakia they still have two rounds this week.

Weird that the Polish representative is already put there, although the Champion is not confirmed until later this week (if Unia loose, Medyk Konin can pass and grab gold).

I wonder what's the level of Raheny. They finished ahead of Peamount (a good team), but had much worse goal difference.

In the last pot, the Turkish Champions with Cosmina Dusa seem much better than the other teams in that pot.

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Re: Champions League 2013/14 the road to Lisboa
« Reply #28 on: June 10, 2013, 10:19:50 PM »
I spoke to a Raheny player a few months ago, she used to play for Arsenal, she said they had a good team.
I don't think they are strong enough to go through, but i did not expect Peamount to go through a couple of season ago too  ;)

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« Reply #29 on: June 10, 2013, 11:06:02 PM »
Well, much depends on the draw.

Group with Sarajevo will be weak (hopefully they'll get Spartak or Kharkiv to give some strength to the group).
Groups with MTK and PAOK will also not be that strong, if Twente doesn't happen to end up with either one of those two.

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Re: Champions League 2013/14 the road to Lisboa
« Reply #30 on: June 10, 2013, 11:17:15 PM »
Yeah, there are loads of teams that have played in the last 32 round in the qualifying round so it should be interesting.

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Strongest ever Women's Champions League lineup
« Reply #31 on: June 19, 2013, 04:24:37 PM »
Season 2013/14 is the toughest yet with Tyresö FF and Paris Saint-Germain FC joining holders VfL Wolfsburg and three ex-champions while 32 of 54 entrants await the qualifying round draw.

Newcomers from Sweden and four past champions are among 54 teams from 46 nations in the running for the 2013/14 UEFA Women's Champions League – with the 27 June qualifying round draw in Nyon streamed live on UEFA.com from 14.00CET.

The top two clubs in the eight highest-ranked countries according to the access list and the champions of the next six associations receive byes to the round of 32. The other 32 entrants must compete in the qualifying round from 8 to 13 August for ten spots alongside those 22 clubs already in the knockout phase.

The qualifying round hopefuls are ranked according to their coefficient, and in the draw one team from each of the four established seeding positions will be allocated to one of the eight qualifying groups. Eight teams have also been designated as hosts and will be drawn first from a separate pot, and placed in their group according to their seeding position.

Among the qualifying round participants are Faroese side KÍ Klaksvík, keeping up their record of entering all 13 seasons of UEFA women's club competition, plus five debutants: Clube Atlético Ouriense of Portugal, Irish champions Raheny United FC, Macedonian representatives ŽFK Bilјanini Izvori 2010, Turkey's Konak Belediyes GSK and the last team to qualify, FC Union Nové Zámky, who clinched the Slovakian title last week.

The eight qualifying group winners, plus the two runners-up with the best record against the sides first and third in their section, procede to the draw for the round of 32, with the two-legged knockout phase beginning in October. Clubs taking part for the first time who have been seeded straight to the last 32 include Tyresö FF – the Swedish champions boast among their number Marta, who inspired Umeå IK to victory in 2004 and two more finals.

Also of note are ASV Spratzern, making their debut after Austria overtook Norway as one of the eight nations allowed two entries, having narrowly failed to deny SV Neulengbach's bid for an 11th straight title on goal difference. FC Twente and R. Standard de Liège represent the Netherlands and Belgium respectively as the top teams from their countries in the new joint BeNe League, which the Dutch club won.

Holders VfL Wolfsburg will begin their campaign in the round of 32 along with the side whose two-year reign they ended in London last month, Olympique Lyonnais, and fellow former champions 1. FFC Turbine Potsdam and Arsenal LFC. Paris Saint-Germain FC, second behind Lyon in France last season, are also strong contenders.

The final will be on 22 May in Lisbon, two days before the men's UEFA Champions League decider at the Estádio do Sport Lisboa e Benfica. It will be the fifth one-off final under the current format, with the previous four matching Lyon against a German club.

Tournament calendar
Qualifying round draw: 14.00CET, 27 June
Qualifying round: 8–13 August
Round of 32 & 16 draw: 5 September
Round of 32: 9/10 & 16/17 October
Round of 16: 9/10 November & 13/14 November
Quarter-final & Semi-final draw: 21 November
Quarter-finals: 21/22 & 28/29 March
Semi-finals: 19/20 & 26/27 April
Final (Lisbon): 22 May

Full entry list with coefficients

Bye to round of 32 (*national runners-up)
VfL Wolfsburg (GER, holders)
Olympique Lyonnais (FRA)
1. FFC Turbine Potsdam (GER)*
Arsenal LFC (ENG)
FC Rossiyanka (RUS)*
ASD Torres Calcio (ITA)
Brøndby IF (DEN)
FC Malmö (SWE)*
AC Sparta Praha (CZE)
Fortuna Hjørring (DEN)*
Paris Saint-Germain FC (FRA)*
SV Neulengbach (AUT)
FK Zorkiy Krasnogorsk (RUS)
Birmingham City LFC (ENG)*
Tyresö FF (SWE)
R. Standard de Liège (BEL)
UPC Tavagnacco (ITA)*
WFC SSHVSM Kairat (KAZ)
FC Barcelona (ESP)
Lillestrøm SK (NOR)
Thór/KA (ISL)
ASV Spratzern (AUT)*

Qualifying round (**hosts)
Seeding position 1
Glasgow City LFC (SCO, draw pot 5)
RTP Unia Racibórz (POL, 5)
FC Zürich Frauen (SUI, 5)
FC PAOK (GRE, 5)
Apollon Limassol LFC (CYP, 1)**
Olimpia Cluj-Napoca (ROU, 1)**
MTK Hungária FC (HUN, 5)
WFC SFK 2000 Sarajevo (BIH, 1)**

Seeding position 2
PK-35 Vantaa (FIN, 1)**
WFC Kharkiv (UKR, 4)
ŽFK Spartak (SRB, 4)
FC Twente (NED, 1)**
FC NSA Sofia (BUL, 4)
ASA Tel-Aviv FC (ISR, 4)
FC Bobruchanka (BLR, 4)
KÍ Klaksvík (FRO, 4)

Seeding position 3
WFC Osijek (CRO, 3)
Gintra Universitetas (LTU, 3)
WFC Pomurje (SVN, 1)**
Raheny United FC (IRL, 3)
Clube Atlético Ouriense (POR, 1)**
Cardiff City LFC (WAL, 3)
FC Union Nové Zámky (SVK, 3)
Pärnu Jalgpalliklubi (EST, 3)

Seeding position 4
ŽFK Bilјanini Izvori 2010 (MKD, 2)
Konak Belediyesi GSK (TUR, 2)
Crusaders Strikers WFC (NIR, 1)**
CS Goiador-SS 11-Real (MDA, 2)
Ada Velipoje (ALB, 2)
Birkirkara FC (MLT, 2)
WFC Ekonomist (MNE, 2)
SK Liepājas Metalurgs (LVA, 2)

http://www.uefa.com/womenschampionsleague/news/newsid=1959048.html

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Glasgow tested by Twente in qualifying round
« Reply #32 on: June 27, 2013, 02:24:56 PM »
The highest-ranked side in the qualifying round, Glasgow City LFC, face a tough trip to FC Twente while the only ever-presents play debutants after the eight groups were drawn.

The highest-ranked side in the 2013/14 UEFA Women's Champions League qualifying round, Glasgow City LFC, face a tough trip to FC Twente after the eight groups were drawn.


In all, 32 teams will start the competition in the qualifying round and they were split into eight groups of four, to be played between 8 and 13 August. Glasgow, who made the round of 16 in 2011/12, are in Group 8 hosted by Twente, who won the inaugural Dutch-Belgian BeNe League, along with experienced WFC Osijek of Croatia and Malta's Birkirkara FC.

Like Glasgow, Poland's RTP Unia Racibórz will be seeded in the round of 32 if they progress, but it will not be easy in Group 5 against former quarter-finalists FC Bobruchanka of Belarus, Slovenian hosts WFC Pomurje and Albania's Ada Velipoje.

Faroese champions KÍ Klaksvík, the only team to participate in all 13 editions of this competition, travel to Portugal to play one of five debutants in this round – Clube Atlético Ouriense, plus Montenegro's WFC Ekonomist and FC Zürich Frauen, helped to last season's Swiss double by the now departed Inka Grings and Sonja Fuss.

The eight qualifying group winners, plus the two runners-up with the best record against the sides first and third in their section, procede to the draw for the round of 32 on 5 September alongside the 22 clubs entering at that stage, including holders VfL Wolfsburg.

The two-legged knockout phase begins in October with the final on Thursday 22 May in Lisbon, two days before the men's UEFA Champions League decider at the Estádio do Sport Lisboa e Benfica.

Qualifying round draw
Group 1: WFC SFK 2000 Sarajevo (BIH)*, FC NSA Sofia (BUL), Cardiff City FC (WAL), Konak Belediyesi GSK (TUR)

Group 2: Olimpia Cluj-Napoca (ROU)*, ŽFK Spartak (SRB), Gintra Universitetas (LTU), SK Liepājas Metalurgs (LVA)

Group 3: MTK Hungária FC (HUN), WFC Kharkiv (UKR), Raheny United FC (IRL), Crusaders Strikers WFC (NIR)*

Group 4: FC Zürich Frauen (SUI), KÍ Klaksvík (FRO), Clube Atlético Ouriense (POR)*, WFC Ekonomist (MNE)

Group 5: RTP Unia Racibórz (POL), FC Bobruchanka (BLR), WFC Pomurje (SVN)*, Ada Velipoje (ALB)

Group 6: FC PAOK (GRE), PK-35 Vantaa (FIN)*, Pärnu Jalgpalliklubi (EST), ŽFK Bilјanini Izvori 2010 (MKD)

Group 7: Apollon Limassol LFC (CYP)*, ASA Tel-Aviv FC (ISR), FC Union Nové Zámky (SVK), CS Goiador-SS 11-Real (MDA)

Group 8: Glasgow City LFC (SCO), FC Twente (NED)*, WFC Osijek (CRO), Birkirkara FC (MLT)

*Hosts

http://www.uefa.com/womenschampionsleague/news/newsid=1966155.html#glasgow+tested+twente+qualifying+round

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Re: Champions League 2013/14 the road to Lisboa
« Reply #33 on: June 27, 2013, 02:32:26 PM »
my predictions :

Gr 1 : hard to know
Gr 2 : Cluj
Gr 3 : Raheny might surprise
Gr 4 : Zurich or Ouriense very open
Gr 5 : Unia
Gr 6 : Paok or Vantaa very open
Gr 7: Limassol
Gr 8 : Glasgow or Twente or Osijek all with a chance  :o
 


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Re: Champions League 2013/14 the road to Lisboa
« Reply #34 on: June 27, 2013, 04:11:12 PM »
**** the seeding

Hup Twente  :-\
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« Reply #35 on: June 27, 2013, 10:33:41 PM »
my predictions :
Gr 1 : hard to know
Gr 2 : Cluj
Gr 3 : Raheny might surprise
Gr 4 : Zurich or Ouriense very open
Gr 5 : Unia
Gr 6 : Paok or Vantaa very open
Gr 7: Limassol
Gr 8 : Glasgow or Twente or Osijek all with a chance  :o
 

Having seem quite a few of the teams play:

Gr1: Poor group. Sarajevo should take it, even if Konak with Dusa feels like an interesting team at the moment. But boy aint this group weak.
Gr2: Tight battle between Cluj and Spartak. Pretty equal teams.
Gr3. MTK favorites, but Raheny should challenge. Have no confidence in Kharkiv, but to be frank they have a chance.
Gr4. Lost 4 of their most expirenced players, still: Zurich.
Gr5. Should be Unia. Pomurje has a chance though.
Gr6. No really poor team here, but only PAOK and PK-35 can win it.
Gr 7. Apollon yes.
Gr 8. Between Glasgow and Twente. Osijek stand no chance.

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Road to Lisbon begins with qualifying round
« Reply #36 on: August 05, 2013, 12:17:25 PM »
Experienced clubs like Glasgow City LFC and six newcomers are among 32 sides starting 2013/14 in the qualifying round from Thursday, with ten knockout spots on offer.

The UEFA Women's Champions League final may be nine and a half months away but the journey that ends in Lisbon on 22 May starts on Thursday when the eight qualifying round groups begin. 

While 22 clubs, including holders VfL Wolfsburg, go straight into the competition's knockout phase from October, the other 32 entrants will vie for the ten available berths during one-venue mini-tournaments played between 8 and 13 August. The eight qualifying round group winners, plus the two runners-up with the best records against the sides first and third in their sections, will proceed to the draw for the round of 32 on 5 September.

The tie of the round is likely to be in the Netherlands where Glasgow City LFC, who got to the round of 16 in 2011/12, face inaugural Dutch-Belgian BeNe League champions FC Twente. The Dutch team are hosting the group, which also contains experienced WFC Osijek of Croatia and Malta's Birkirkara FC. Like Glasgow, Poland's RTP Unia Racibórz will be seeded in the round of 32 if they progress, but it will not be easy in Group 5 against former quarter-finalists FC Bobruichanka of Belarus, Slovenian hosts WFC Pomurje and Albania's Ada Velipoje.

Faroese champions KÍ Klaksvík, the only side to feature in all 13 editions of this competition, travel to Portugal to take on one of six debutants involved in this round – Clube Atlético Ouriense – plus Montenegro's WFC Ekonomist and FC Zürich Frauen, who were helped to last season's Swiss double by Inka Grings and Sonja Fuss.

The two-legged knockout phase gets under way in October, with the final on Thursday 22 May in Lisbon, two days before the men's UEFA Champions League decider at the Estádio do Sport Lisboa e Benfica.

Qualifying round (8–13 August)
Group 1: WFC SFK 2000 Sarajevo (BIH)*, FC NSA Sofia (BUL), Cardiff City FC (WAL), Konak Belediyesi GSK (TUR)

Group 2: Olimpia Cluj-Napoca (ROU)*, ŽFK Spartak (SRB), Gintra Universitetas (LTU), SK Liepājas Metalurgs (LVA)

Group 3: MTK Hungária FC (HUN), WFC Kharkiv (UKR), Raheny United FC (IRL), Crusaders Strikers WFC (NIR)*

Group 4: FC Zürich Frauen (SUI), KÍ Klaksvík (FRO), Clube Atlético Ouriense (POR)*, WFC Ekonomist (MNE)

Group 5: RTP Unia Racibórz (POL), FC Bobruchanka (BLR), WFC Pomurje (SVN)*, Ada Velipoje (ALB)

Group 6: FC PAOK (GRE), PK-35 Vantaa (FIN)*, Pärnu Jalgpalliklubi (EST), ŽFK Bilјanini Izvori 2010 (MKD)

Group 7: Apollon Limassol LFC (CYP)*, ASA Tel-Aviv FC (ISR), FC Union Nové Zámky (SVK), CS Goiador-SS 11-Real (MDA)

Group 8: Glasgow City LFC (SCO), FC Twente (NED)*, WFC Osijek (CRO), Birkirkara FC (MLT)

*Hosts

http://www.uefa.com/womenschampionsleague/news/newsid=1976274.html#road+lisbon+begins+with+qualifying+round

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Zürich, Konak Belediyespor seal early progress
« Reply #37 on: August 11, 2013, 08:40:27 AM »
Two of the ten available spaces in the round of 32 were filled on the second day of qualifying round action, FC Zürich and Konak Belediyespor the teams to progress with a game to spare.

FC Zürich and Turkish debutants Konak Belediyespor sealed their places in the round of 32 with a game to spare on day two of the UEFA Women's Champions League qualifying round.


Two of ten sides to have a maximum six points, they are the only clubs certain of being in the knockout phase going into the final round of matches on Tuesday.

The eight group winners, plus the two runners-up with the best records against the sides first and third in their sections, will proceed to the draw for the last 32 on 5 September.

Group 1
Konak Belediyespor can look forward to facing Cardiff City FC on Tuesday with the pressure off following a 2-1 victory against WFC SFK 2000 Sarajevo sealed by Cosmina Duşa's late double. The Turkish side cannot be overhauled by either FC NSA Sofia – who responded to their 2-0 matchday one loss to Konak with an identical triumph over Cardiff – or Sarajevo, 3-0 winners themselves first time out.

Group 2
ZFK Spartak Subotica and CFF Olimpia Cluj will meet in a final-day decider after both teams enjoyed sizeable wins. Milena Nikolić scored a hat-trick in Spartak Subotica's opening 10-0 stroll against SK Liepājas Metalurgs and she repeated the feat as FK Gintra Universitetas were vanquished 6-0. Olimpia Cluj, who trail their rivals on goals scored, went one better, putting seven without reply past their Latvian opponents.   

Group 3
WFC Kharkiv and MTK Hungária FC, both victorious, are also preparing for a winner-takes-all encounter. Having been a goal down, the former ran out 2-1 victors against Raheny United FC, while Fanni Vágó sent MTK on their way to a 2-0 victory over Crusaders Strikers WFC with a superb 25-metre strike.

Group 4
FC Zürich are through with a game to spare. The Swiss outfit followed up their 5-0 win against second-placed Clube Atlético Ouriense by dispatching Ekonomist 4-1, captain Fabienne Humm catching the eye with a bicycle kick as she inspired her side with a second successive two-goal performance. Mini-tournament hosts Atlético Ouriense overcame KÍ Klaksvík 2-1.

Group 5
RTP Unia Racibórz require a point against FC Bobruichanka to advance. Five goals up at half-time, the Polish champions prevailed 7-0 against point-less KS Ada Velipoje. Earlier, ŽNK Pomurje Beltinci came from behind to beat Bobruichanka, who had Jane David sent off, 3-1.

Group 6
PK-35 Vantaa – 13-1 winners against ŽFK Biljanini Izvori on Thursday – will be all but assured of progress if they beat FC PAOK Thessaloniki next week having drawn 0-0 with second-placed Pärnu JK, themselves on four points but with a vastly inferior goal difference. PAOK, a point further back, are also in contention, Dimitra Panteliadou impressing in a 5-0 defeat of Macedonian representatives Biljanini Izvori.

Group 7
Andreea Laiu scored the only goal as hosts Apollon Limassol LFC earned their second win in 48 hours, defeating Goliador-SS11 in Paphos. The Cypriot selection are two points clear of last-day opponents ASA Tel-Aviv FC, who were held to a frustrating goalless draw by FC Nové Zámky.

Group 8
There will also be a last-day decider between Glasgow City LFC and FC Twente, both of whom have yet to drop a point or concede. A Sarah Crilly treble shaped the Scottish outfit's 9-0 demolition of Birkirkara FC, while hosts Twente eased past WFC Osijek 4-0.

http://www.uefa.com/womenschampionsleague/news/newsid=1980391.html

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Re: Champions League 2013/14 the road to Lisboa
« Reply #38 on: August 11, 2013, 08:45:31 AM »
Group 2,3 and 8 have 2 teams on 6 points comes final games, so the 2 best runner-up are likely to come from those groups as they have already scored 3 points against team ranked 1st and 3rd. Any of those 3 games finishing with a draw is likely to send both teams through with 4 pts from games vs 1st and 3rd.

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« Reply #39 on: August 13, 2013, 10:01:34 AM »
Group 2,3 and 8 have 2 teams on 6 points comes final games, so the 2 best runner-up are likely to come from those groups as they have already scored 3 points against team ranked 1st and 3rd. Any of those 3 games finishing with a draw is likely to send both teams through with 4 pts from games vs 1st and 3rd.

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Group 2,3 and 8 have 2 teams on 6 points comes final games, I agree
so the 2 best runner-up are likely to come from those groups as they have already scored 3 points against team ranked 1st and 3rd. I don't agree

Group 6 Parnu has already four points and has still to play ZFK Biljanini, imho Parnu's chances are bigger
than those of the group's 2, 3 and 8, unless in at least two groups the teams "play for a draw"!