Swansea vs Kuban Krasnodar Betting Tips: Swansea take on a Russian side for the first time in their history on Thursday night, in a game that also marks their oppositions first ever game against a British side.
This unfamiliar side will have one familiar face however, with Djibril Cisse expected to be named in the starting lineup for Kuban Krasnodar in this Europa League match and we have free football betting tips.
Kuban Krasnodar currently sit in the Bottom half of the Russian league this season with only three wins out of their last 13 games, and this only convinces me more that we will see a strong Swansea victory on Thursday night. Michael Laudrup is unlikely to make any risks with this game however, and has named a squad full of first teamers to make sure that that they don’t make any slip ups and ruin there 100% record in the competition so far.
Watch highlights of Swansea's 3-0 win in Valencia in the Europa League.
Kubans bad league form has translated into an equally poor Europa league campaign, they have lost both of their opening games and sit bottom of group A whilst Swansea sit top. Losing to the two teams that Swansea have managed toi beat comfortably.
An interesting statistic to keep in mind for this game, a Russian team hasn’t won against a Premier League side when away from home since the year 2000, 13 years ago. Without being disrespectful to Kuban Krasnodar, better teams than them have tried.
Swansea: Vorm; Tiendalli, Chico, Amat, Davies; Canas, Britton, Shelvey, Routledge; Michu, Bony
Krasnodar: Belenov; Kozlov, Fidler, Dealbert, Xandao; Melgarejo, Tlisov, Popov, Khubulov, Bueno; Cisse
Swansea to win 4-0 is 18/1 (Ladbrokes)
Over 4.5 goals is 11/2 (Coral)
Michu to score a Hat-trick is 20/1 (William Hill)
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By Stephen McGarty