Slavia v Maccabi Haifa: Form Guide

Slavia face Maccabi Haifa in the fourth game of the Europa Conference League group stage. How are the two teams doing in the ongoing 2021/2022 season?

Maccabi Haifa, the 2020/2021 champion of the Ligat ha’Al, is currently sitting in the third place of their home competition with 14 points from 8 games. So far, they have won four, drawn two and lost two. Sitting on top of the league table is currently Hapoel Be´er Sheva FC, with Maccabi’s city rival Hapoel Haifa in second.

The Red-Whites have a better record in the Czech Fortuna Liga, with ten wins, two draws and only one loss in thirteen games. After a huge 2-0 win against first-placed Viktoria Plzeň on Sunday, Slavia is now in second only one point behind Viktoria.

In the UEFA Europa Conference League, Maccabi sit in the second place of group E. After a goalless draw with Feyenoord at home in their first game, they lost 0-3 away to Union Berlin. In their last UECL game so far, they have managed to secure a 1-0 home win against Slavia. Therefore, after three games, they are on four points with a score of 1-3.

Slavia are in the third place of Group E right behind Maccabi with three points for a 3-1 home win against Union Berlin. The away games in Rotterdam and Haifa failed to deliver any points for the Red-Whites.

So far this season, Maccabi have struggled with scoring goals. Counting both their national and European record, they average to score 1.36 goals per game. The Red-Whites are doing better with an average of 2.25 goals scored per game.

Slavia Maccabi
League games played 13 8
Points 32 14
Points per game 2.46 1.75
Goals scored (league + UECL) 36 15
Goals per game (league + UECL) 2.25 1.36
Goals conceded (league + UECL) 15 11
Goals conceded per game (league + UECL) 1.06 1.00
Squad value* 74.25 M EUR 16.38 M EUR
* Based on data from 2 November 2021.


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