Galatasaray lost the title race in the Turkish Super League for only a one-goal difference in comparison with their arch-rival Besiktas. They finished in 2nd place, played in the 3rd qualifying round of the Champions League, but found their sticks against the excellent PSV Eindhoven with two defeats. They are not afraid to play aggressively, but left a lot of space in defense and received a goal in 10 of their 11 matches in all competitions this season. Coach Fatih Terim has some problems with injuries, and he can’t count on Çağlayan, Boey, Turan, Kara, Feghouli, Gustavo Assunção, Elabdellaoui, and Tztürk. Lazio suffered from the parallel obligations in Serie A and the Champions League (where they reached 1/16 finals), and they were satisfied with 6th place and the last ticket for the Europa League. After five years, they changed the coach Simone Inzaghi, with experienced Mauricio Sari (who conquered European League with Chelsea in 2019). They entered the Italian championship with two wins in a row, but on Sunday they lost at San Siro against AC Milan. Their offensive power is expectational with Immobile, Pedro, and Anderson, and I think that this will be an open match without calculations.