Kev's on the hunt for a third straight winner, and he's taking us to France.
"Lyon haven't been scoring many goals recently, and creative spark Nabil Fekir is struggling with injury. CSKA are defensively sound, and will keep things tight."
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Lyon v CSKA Moscow
Thursday March 15, 20:05
Live on BT Sport Extra
Another tight tussle in store
As it turned out, the Primera B Metropolitano had enough glamour for us last night, as a stirring comeback from Villa San Carlos gave them a 2-1 win over CA Fenix, and us another winner.
We're off to the Europa League now, and a clash between Lyon and CSKA Moscow in the last 16. Lyon are 1-0 up from the first leg in Russia, and are desperate to reach this season's final, because it will be held in their own brand new stadium.
Before the first leg, I predicted these two sides would serve up fewer than three goals between them, and I'm thinking along similar lines ahead of the return fixture. Lyon are without their creatuve heartbeat Nabil Fekir because of injury, and they haven't been sparkling in front of goal recently. Their last six games have featured fewer than three goals, and OL have scored just five times in those six matches.
CSKA aren't any more exciting. Since the winter break they have kept four clean sheets in five games, but have only scored more than one goal once in that sequence.
This could be a very cagey affair. CSKA will surely look to keep things tight, while Lyon won't want to risk conceding an early away goal. I'll be surprised if there are three goals in this one.