We’ve got Champions League predictions from Wednesday’s second qualifying round second-leg matches and are hoping to land a 19/3 pay-out if they all come in.
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Sheriff to beat Alashkert @ 21/50
The Moldovan outfit impressed in the first qualifying round when beating Teuta of Albania 4-0 away and then 1-0 at home, whereas Alashkert needed extra time to edge out Welsh minnows Connah’s Quay Nomads. Brazil-born front man Henrique Luvannor made it three strikes in as many Champions League games this season when netting the only goal of the match in the opening leg in Armenia and Sheriff can finish the job off in style.
Ludogorets to beat Mura Murska @ 2/5
The Eagles lost all six Europa League group stage fixtures last term but weren’t disgraced against the likes of Tottenham, LASK and Royal Antwerp, grabbing a consolation goal in five of those matches, prior to claiming a 10th straight Bulgarian title. They had reached the knockout stage of that competition twice in the three previous seasons, so now have plenty of European experience. A goalless stalemate in Slovenia sets the stage nicely for Ludogorets to prove too strong in Razgrad.
Young Boys to beat Slovan Bratislava @ 2/5
Former Huddersfield boss David Wagner has taken charge of Young Boys since they secured a fourth consecutive Swiss Super League success in May, replacing Bayer Leverkusen-bound Gerardo Seoane. Completing a permanent deal for USA striker Jordan Siebatcheu after he impressed on loan last term is a shrewd move and he hit a hat-trick in Saturday’s 4-3 win at Lucerne to open the domestic campaign. His attacking prowess can help Young Boys to step up on a 0-0 draw in Bratislava.
Red Star Belgrade to beat Kairat Almaty @ 21/50
A 2-1 loss in Kazakhstan has left Red Star with work to do but Saturday’s 1-0 triumph over Mladost Lucani in Serbia’s top flight should have lifted spirits. Mirko Ivanic grabbed that decider and has a wealth of experience playing in Europe for his current club and BATE Borisov. Dejan Stankovic’s side gave AC Milan a big scare in the Europa League knockout rounds last term, only going out on away goals, and can hold their nerve to complete a comeback victory on aggregate.
Sparta Prague to beat Rapid Vienna @ 17/20
Sparta must also try to turn around a 2-1 deficit on home turf after being edged out in Austria. However, this is a team well capable of claiming convincing victories when the mood takes them, having hammered Celtic 4-1 at home and away in the Europa League last season. Teenage winger Adam Hlozek is a player with a bright future to watch out for, netting 15 times to finish joint-top scorer in the Fortuna Liga before representing Czech Republic at the delayed Euro 2020 tournament.
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