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Ruzomberok isn't far from Kings Landing, just along the coast of Westeros. Ravens will be sent from Winterfell carrying tickets for the away leg
We have a play off game between this and the groups mate.The round we fell into when we got beat by Villarreal.If we beat this lot on the 3rd August there is a draw the next day and (haven't checked seeding) but may possibly be against a CL dropout.Two legs of the play off round are the 17th (5 days after Stoke, 4 days before City) & 24th (3 days after City and 2 days before Chelsea).Only if we get through that are we in the Aug 25th draw for the group stage!
Pretty sure we'd be seeded for the playoff round, unless I've completely failed the maths somewhere along the way. I mark 9 teams that have better coefficients than us in the Europa 3rd round, and a further 8 in the Champions League 3rd round that would be above us as well should they lose their CL ties. Even if all 17 teams are in the Europa Playoff draw, there are 22 ties, so we should be seeded if we defeat Ružomberok.
I *thought* all cl dropouts were seeded. But that isn't backed by any certainty of knowledge.I hadn't done the math though, so now trust your figures and will cite you for my opinion that we'll deffo be seeded though haha
Nope, everyone is seeded by their coefficients. Last year, for example, West Ham were seeded, and drew unseeded CL dropouts Astra Giurgiu (who promptly dumped them out, because West Ham).
how did West Ham get seeded when they hadn't played in Europe for, well, decades?when we qualified in 2004 we were unseeded and the excuse was that we hadn't played in Europe for ages so our co-efficient was poor
The only explanation I can offer is that the premier league had a higher coefficient last year than it does now.It isn't purely based on a team's European record over previous years. The coefficient of the league they play in affects their overall coefficient too.
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