PREVIEW: BEROE - LOKOMOTIV SOFIA
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Friday, April 1, 2011
Jemal Johnson and Lokomotiv Sofia will be looking for a win on Sunday at Beroe should they want to keep their Europa League dreams alive.

Johnson should start once again up front for the Railwaymen who have lost two of their last three matches.

The American striker is also still searching for his first Bulgarian A PFG goal and can greatly help the team's a cause by finding the back of net this weekend at Stadion Beroe.

Lokomotiv are just one point behind crosstown rivals CSKA Sofia for the final Europa League berth so a win would be a huge result for Sunday's visitors.

Beroe are no small potatoes themselves as they currently sit in seventh with 29 points.

The problem for Beroe this season has been finding the back of the ney as the team has only tallied 19 times compared to the 34 goals Lokomotiv have scored.

Vladislav Zlatinov makes up the bulk of the Beroe pffense with six goals scored thus far.

Both coaches will have full squads available.
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