[Europa League] Lazio Will Compete In Group F With Feyenoord, Midtjylland And Sturm Graz

Here are Lazio's opponents in the Europa League group stage.

UEFA's draw in Istanbul decides who Lazio will face in the Europa League group stage. Biancoceleste's opponents will be Feyenoord, Midtjylland, and Sturm Graz. The above 4 teams played in Group F.


A finalist in the last Conference League and currently second in the Dutch league: that's enough to correctly classify Feyenoord as a very strong opponent.

There are two important changes in the formation that Roma faced. The attack is no longer led by Cyril Dessers, bought by Cremonese, but by the young Brazilian striker Danilo, who spent last season at Ajax between the first and second Ajax teams without leaving his mark. There is not even Luis Sinisterra, the elusive Colombian that Leeds has identified as filling the void left by Raphinha. 

However, in the 4-2-3-1 proposed by Slot, the stance remains proactive and he can still rely on Kokcu's quality in midfield and the ideas of Dilrosun and Idrissi. The right-back position is particularly good thanks to the work of Geertruida, one of the most interesting full-backs on the European stage.


Also not to be underestimated is Midtjylland, which could prove to be the deadly goalscoring team in the group.

The start of the season wasn't the happiest for the Danes, who were knocked out by Benfica in the Champions League qualifiers and struggled in the league, taking just six points from as many games.

Also, in this case, the lineup involves the use of three forwards, while the defense varies between 3 and 4 depending on Capellas' needs.

There are many interesting players, from the midfielder Onyedika that Milan has been pursuing, up to the Trident flank: Isaksen plays with ease with both feet, Pione Sisto is one of the team's iconic figures. The burden of creativity has fallen on Evander, a classic No. 10 who can contribute big even off the ball.


The story of the Sturm Graz, which often represented Austria in Europe, deserves a lot of attention. Coach Christian Ilzer's side has a lot to show compared to last year when they were the main alternative for champions Salzburg. Just in a few days, they are already five points behind the leaders, with LASK remaining at the top of the unbeaten standings for now.

Atalanta recently purchased Rasmus Hojlund from Sturm Graz. He often played alongside Sarkaria in the forward position. In recent weeks, Hojlund scored six goals in eight appearances in all competitions when he was just 19 years old. This is a significant loss for Sturm Graz. The formation generally used is the 4-3-1-2, but changes can be made to it due to Hojlund's exit.

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