Dick Advocaat is concerned about the field where Feyenoord has to compete against Wolfsberger AC on Wednesday for a place in the knockout phase of the Europa League.

In any case, the coach of the team from Rotterdam does not intend to play on the attack in Austria.

"The field is very bad here. We are not even allowed to train on it and that is something I have never experienced," said Lawyer at his press conference on Wednesday evening.

"We will have to adapt to the circumstances, because it is dangerous to take defensive risks in this field."

Feyenoord currently has two points less than number two Wolfsberger and must therefore win in Austria on Thursday to secure wintering in Europe.

It would be the first time since 2014/2015 that the Rotterdammers have succeeded in this.

Despite the need for goals, Lawyer does not intend to start the game more offensively than usual.

"We can also score in the last minutes, so it's important to play wisely. We have to learn from last time and be careful not to get another quick goal against."

'We have a lot of feelings of revenge'

The lawyer is referring to the bizarre first meeting of Feyenoord with Wolfsberger.

At the end of October, the team from Rotterdam lost 1-4 to the Austrians in De Kuip by three penalties, two of which in the first thirteen minutes.

"We were unhappy then and now have a lot of feelings of revenge," said midfielder Orkun Kökçü.

"I can't wait until it is 9 pm on Thursday. We are all really looking forward to this match."

"It will be all or nothing, but we should not rush to find a goal and just try to grow in the game. The field does not look good, but that is also bothering them. We just have to play football. "

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