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Red Bull Salzburg vs RB Leipzig Europa League - Group B. Red Bull Salzburg vs RB Leipzig 5:55pm Thursday 29th November Red Bull Arena
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RBs Salzburg and Leipzig were drawn together in Group B of this season’s Europa League. The teams have already played each other once - in Leipzig at the end of September - with Salzburg taking all the points thanks to a last-minute winner from former RBNY player Fredrik Gulbrandsen.
Salzburg is currently unbeaten in the group, sitting in first place with maximum points: 12 from four games. Leipzig has a more modest record - two wins and two losses for six points - and lies second, ahead of Celtic on goal difference.
Given that the two Red Bull clubs are so close Salzburg once dressed a player in a Leipzig shirt for a competitive game, this match will be closely watched for evidence of collaboration. Red Bull execs naturally deny the charge, and they have the result of the first leg to support their argument: Leipzig getting turned over at home by a team most famous for sending its best players to RBL was hardly the expected outcome.
Still, any result in this game that isn’t a Salzburg win will be accompanied by whispers of the RB teams acting in accordance with some sort of agreement between them. RBL needs points and if gets one or three off Salzburg, there will inevitably be someone somewhere suggesting this is merely the latest donation from Austria to Leipzig’s cause.
While Red Bull Salzburg and RB Leipzig are undoubtedly different clubs, they are connected in the sense that they are both funded by Austrian company Red Bull.
RB Leipzig are known as Rasenballsport Leipzig, but they play in the Red Bull Arena and the company's symbols adorn their shirt.
There were worries that the influence of Red Bull would see the clubs fall foul of UEFA regulations, which do not permit teams who share a common owner to compete in the same competition.
However, the governing body ruled in 2017 that it was not strictly the case and granted both clubs admission to the Champions League. That ruling can be read in full here.
The idea that the teams might work together to achieve a desirable outcome for both of them is fuelled by this obvious connection they each have with Red Bull.
However, RB Leipzig chairman Oliver Mintzlaff has robustly denied that will have any bearing on his side's game against Salzburg, pointing to September's game between the teams, which Salzburg won 3-2.
“It’s nonsense to even suggest the outcome of this game has been decided," Mintzlaff told Bild. “Leipzig and Salzburg have been independent clubs for a few years now.
“In the first leg, it was obvious that both teams wanted to win. This will also be the case in the second leg."
Salzburg striker Munas Dabbur also dismissed the notion as "crazy".
“To think we could arrange a result is totally crazy. We wouldn’t do something like that," said Dabbur.
“Of course, both clubs have good relations but nothing like that. Both clubs will try to win the game. The link with Leipzig is special for the clubs. We make a little joke about it sometimes."