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Co Adriaanse will come up against another Dutch coach, Robert Maaskant, as FC Twente take on Wisła Kraków in UEFA Europa League Group K.
• The sides are meeting for the first time in UEFA competition.
• In Twente's only previous meeting with Polish opponents, they won 2-1 away and 2-0 at home against KSP Polonia Warszawa in the 2001/02 UEFA Cup first round.
• Wisła's five games against Dutch sides have ended W3 D0 L2 (W1 D0 L2 in the Netherlands). They have scored at least once in their last four meetings with Eredivisie opposition.
• Twente have lost only one of their last nine European home games (3-1 to Villarreal CF in last season's UEFA Europa League quarter-finals), recording three wins and five draws in the process.
• Wisła have won two of their three away games this season, but they lost their only two UEFA Cup and UEFA Europa League group stage away games, in the 2006/07 competition.
• Wisła's 3-1 loss to Odense BK on matchday one matched their worst ever results at home in UEFA club competition; they have now lost three UEFA home games by two-goal margins, two of them in the UEFA Cup and UEFA Europa League.
• Wisła's next goal will be their 100th in the UEFA Cup and UEFA Europa League; this is their 58th game in the two competitions.
• Twente and Wisła both have Dutch coaches.
• Now 64, Twente boss Adriaanse spent the bulk of his playing career as a defender for FC Utrecht. Notable coaching achievements include taking Willem II into the 1999/2000 UEFA Champions League, winning a Portuguese double with FC Porto in 2005/6 and leading FC Salzburg to the 2008/09 Austrian crown.
• Wisła boss Maaskant was a midfielder, who earned acclaim coaching RBC Roosendaal, Willem and NAC Breda before winning the title with Wisła in 2010/11, his first season in Poland.
• The coaches last met in 2004/05 when Adriaanse's AZ beat Maaskant's Willem 3-1 home and away. Denny Landzaat – now at Twente – represented AZ in those games, scoring in the first.
• Adriaanse's AZ, featuring Landzaat, met KS Amica Wronki in the 2004/05 UEFA Cup group stage, winning 3-1 in Poland.
• Wisła defender Michael Lamey played under Adriaanse at AZ in 2003 while on loan from PSV.
• Wisła defender Kew Jaliens played for Adriaanse at both Willem (1999/2000) and AZ (2004/05).
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