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FK Bodø/Glimt v Ajax Preview | Amsterdam side hoping to keep first leg momentum going



Ajax will travel to Norway hoping that their late first leg rescue mission will carry over into the second leg. The side came back from 2-0 to make it 2-2 and travel to Norway without a mountain to climb.

Despite having gone without a win over their past four games, the side from Amsterdam will see be seen as favourites when they face a FK Bodø/Glimt who are strong at home. The Norwegian side have only lost once at home in the Europa Conference League this season, which was a group game against Club Brugge.

At the weekend, Ajax again slipped up in a game that they should have won. At home against NEC Nijmegen they surrendered a 2-1 lead deep into added time. Jordan Henderson wore the armband for the clash, but is still yet to win his first game since swapping Saudi-Arabia for the Eredivisie.

For the hosts, their league is yet to start as they are still in the midst of the 2024 pre-season. In order to remain sharp for the European competition, they have been playing friendlies against a number of clubs such as RB Salzburg, Malmo FF and Sparta Prague.

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