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Where Things Stand – Part Two: The Mid-Ground Battle

League titles, European places and relegation spots will not be decided at the end of the 30-game regular season; however, the mid-table battle can have a huge bearing on where those plaudits and commiserations end up afer matchday 37 is completed. After 26 games last season, both Jagiellonia Białystok and Zagłębie Lubin found themselves at risk of missing out on a place in the top-eight; yet in the final two games of the season, they each picked up points against Legia Warsaw, which ultimately cost them the Polish championship.

With four rounds remaining before the league is split into two, six sides, theoretically, find themselves battling to creep into at least eighth position. The second of Piłka.uk’s three previews focuses on what could be the difference between sneaking into Europe, or falling into a relegation dogfight.

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