What are the chances of Trabzon and Derby making it to the semi-finals?
The Trabzon and Derby match are not set to be played in France for the first time since 2006.
This is because the Football Association of France (FAF) have decided to play only the match between the sides on June 30th, which is only one week after the World Cup finals.
“The FAF is not playing the match in France.
It is a technical decision,” said a source close to the FAF, who asked not to be named.
This will mean that the two teams will not face each other in the FA Cup semi-final next summer, meaning they will be able to play in the Europa League final, which takes place in the same week.
The two teams have also not been given the green light to play a friendly in the country they are playing in.
That means they will have to face each others in a Europa League tie.
On the other hand, if the two sides were to play the friendly on June 3rd, that will give them the chance to make it to France for a match against Olympiakos, who won the Greek Superleague title last season.
What can the Trabzospor and Derby teams expect?
“We have a lot of games in the month of June,” said Trabzozpor’s head coach, Nils Nel, when asked about the chances for the Trabspor and Deregospor.
A win against Olympiacos would give them a perfect record and would put them in pole position for the title, with a top-four finish.
Derby would then have to beat a team that is already on a five-match unbeaten run, which could be their most likely outcome.
However, there is one more match to play, as Trabzanispor face Dinamo Zagreb on June 24th.
Dinamo are also looking to bounce back from their loss to Trabzespor in the European Cup final, but that could prove difficult as they have only scored once in their previous five games.
It is possible that the game could go to penalties in the first half as Dinamo will have a two-man advantage on goal difference.
Are the two clubs going to play again?
In the end, the teams will have their best chance of making it past the quarter-finals if they play in Lyon on June 23rd.
If the two are drawn, the Trabispor-Deregoespor game would take place on June 27th and Dinamo would have to win that match to avoid a quarter-final spot.
Should Trabzaganspor lose to Dinamo in the quarterfinals, they would have a game in hand on Olympiakas.
But if Dinamo win that game, they could win the match with a win over Trabzzanspor.