February 21, 2024 1:13 AM
Alex Lawes

Bodo/Glimt vs Ajax Preview & Prediction | 2023-24 UEFA Europa Conference League | Knockout Round Play-Off

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When is Bodo/Glimt vs Ajax on and what time does it start? Bodo/Glimt vs Ajax will take place on Thursday 22nd February, 2024 – 17:45 (UK)

Where can I get tickets for Bodo/Glimt vs Ajax? Visit each club’s official website for the latest ticket information

What channel is Bodo/Glimt vs Ajax on in the UK? Bodo/Glimt vs Ajax will be televised on TNT Sports in the UK

Where can I stream Bodo/Glimt vs Ajax in the UK? Bodo/Glimt vs Ajax can be streamed live on discovery+


  • Bodø/Glimt have won 19 of their last 23 UEFA competition matches at home (D1 L3).
  • Bodø/Glimt have lost only two of their previous 13 UEFA competition matches this season (W8 D3).
  • Bodø/Glimt have scored two or more goals in ten of their previous 13 UEFA competition matches this season.
  • Bodø/Glimt have scored three or more goals in five of their last six UEFA competition matches at home.
  • Bodø/Glimt have progressed on the two previous occasions when they have drawn the first leg away from home in a European tie, both first legs finishing 2-2. The most recent took place earlier in this season's Europa Conference League qualifying play-offs when they ousted Romania's Sepsi Sfantu Gheorghe 5-4 on aggregate after a 3-2 extra-time win in the second leg.
  • Ajax have won only three of their last 16 UEFA competition matches (D4 L9).
  • Ajax have lost only two of their last ten UEFA competition matches against Norwegian teams (W3 D5).
  • Ajax have lost only two of their last 13 matches in all competitions (W7 D4).
  • Ajax have drawn the first leg at home in a UEFA club competition tie on 14 previous occasions and have suffered ten aggregate eliminations, most recently against Union Berlin at this stage of last season's Europa League. The Dutch club have lost each of the previous two ties in which they have drawn 2-2 at home in the first leg.


Despite taking over as captain of the side on Sunday, Jordan Henderson’s start to life at Ajax continued to be an underwhelming one at the weekend as they conceded a late equaliser to NEC Nijmegen, meaning he is winless in four matches as an Ajax player. One of those four matches was in the first-leg of this tie at the Johann Cruyff Arena last weekend as Bodo/Glimt scored two late goals to share a 2-2 draw. Kjetil Knutsen’s side have previously reached the last eight of this competition and a double chance bet in their favour would appear a good one as they aim to pile the misery onto Ajax on Thursday.


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