RIGA - With five Baltic football teams remaining with a realistic chance of making it through to the third qualifying round of the UEFA (Union of European Football Associations) Europa League when they entered their return leg matches, only one has been able to take advantage of their chances.Going into their second leg second round qualifying matches on Thursday, July 21, Estonian club Levadia, Latvian club Ventspils, alongside Lithuanian clubs Suduva and Tauras all remained in touch with their opponents following their first leg matches a week previous. Perhaps the only team with ...
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