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FC Salzburg and ŠK Slovan Bratislava will look to secure their first Group F points as the sides from neighbouring nations meet in the UEFA Europa League.
• The sides are meeting for the first time in UEFA competition.
• Salzburg have won all four of their games against Slovakian opposition without conceding a single goal. They beat Slovan's league rivals FK Senica 1-0 at home and 3-0 away in this season's UEFA Europa League third qualifying round.
• Slovan's only meeting with Austrian opponents came in the 2007 UEFA Intertoto Cup when they met SK Rapid Wien; they bowed out in the second round, winning 1-0 at home after a 3-1 loss in Vienna.
• Salzburg have not conceded a goal in their last three European home games, recording a 0-0 draw and two 1-0 wins.
• Slovan have not lost in their last five European away games, following up a 2-1 win at FK Crvena zvezda with a run of four straight draws.
• The journey is a relatively modest one for a European game; Salzburg is just over 300km from Bratislava. Bratislava and the Austrian capital, Vienna, are just over 50km apart.
• Vladimír Weiss led Slovakia to the 2010 FIFA World Cup finals but now combines his work with the national team with coaching Slovan. He is part of a footballing dynasty: his father, also Vladimír Weiss, played for Czechoslovakia, while his son, another Vladimír Weiss, is a Slovakian international. The Slovan coach represented both Czechoslovakia and Slovakia as a midfielder.
• Dutchman Ricardo Moniz is now in charge at Salzburg, having stepped up from a role as skills coach to replace Huub Stevens, following his countryman's dismissal in April. Moniz's only previous front-line coaching experience came in a caretaker role at Hamburger SV, but he has worked as a specialist trainer at Feyenoord, Grasshopper-Club, PSV Eindhoven and Tottenham Hotspur FC.
• Salzburg winger Dušan Švento plays under Weiss with the Slovakian national team. He played domestic football in Slovakia with MFK Ružomberok (2003-05) before joining ŠK Slavia Praha (2005-09).
• At Ružomberok, Švento was a team-mate of Slovan captain Igor Žofčák (2003-05) and left-back Marián Had (2003-04).
• At Slavia, he played alongside Slovan's Milan Ivana (2007-09) and Radek Dosoudil (2006-07).
• Slovan striker Filip Šebo has experience of Austrian football, winning a domestic double with FK Austria Wien in 2005/06. His record in four games against Salzburg is W1 D2 L1.
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