Only two out of the last five matches Ludogorets played in league before european engagement ended as win; first was a 3-0 win over newly promoted Marek and 2-0 win over CSKA Sofia (a match which they took keenly importantly), both which happened at their Ludogorets Arena. Ludogorets who is poised to rest key players ahead of their travel to Anfield four days later at the UEFA Champions League have not been at optimal strength on travel. They will play away to Botev Plovdiv who are strong at home - lost once at home in the league last season (13-5-1) and this term have stood 3-1-0.
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* Odds as of post published time and are subject to change.