There were one or two surprises in last night's Champions League Qualifiers and there are a few tricky looking ties at play this evening.
Ferencvaros made it to the group stages two seasons ago and were unfortunate to go out at the Play-Off stage last season so they'll have ambitions of returning to the top table, especially with either Qarabag or FC Zurich lying in wait should they progress in their tie against Slovan Bratislava.
They won the league at a canter last season and put up a decent showing in a tough Europa League group. They should claim a first-leg lead tonight, albeit at a short price of 12/25.
We can double them up with Hibs to score two or more at home to Morton. The Hibees returned to form with a 4-1 over Bonnyrigg on Sunday, following a 1-0 defeat at Falkirk. That's now nine goals in their three League Cup matches and the Easter Road will be expecting a few more tonight against a Morton side that have already lost 2-0 to League One Clyde.
It's hard to ignore the Women's European Championships at the moment and the match of the tournament so far takes place tonight at the Amex Stadium when two pre-tournament favourites meet. Hosts England have sailed through their group, winning all three games, scoring 14 in the process and conceding none.
Tonight's opponents Spain have been less convincing, needing a last-minute goal against Denmark to secure second place in Group B. The sides fought out a 0-0 draw in February and Spain's lack of firepower could be their undoing tonight.
2021 Ballon d'Or Féminin winner Alexia Putellas misses out, as does former Barcelona Ladies' striker Jennifer Hermoso so it's advantage England with a home crowd and swelling momentum the Lionesses should be in good shape to progress inside 90 minutes at 1/1 with SBK.
Match Previews & Tips
- Wednesday’s Goals Accumulator Tips: Today's 11/2 Both Teams to Score, Over 2.5 Goals & Team Goals Acca
- Wed 19:45 Bonnyrigg Rose v Falkirk
- Wed 19:45 Hibernian v Greenock Morton
Rizzel has three fancies for Wednesday, with all of them coming in the night meetings of Sandown, Naas and Leicester.
The Caddy hit the bar at The Open when headline tip Rory McIlroy failed to hold off Cameron Smith on the final day at St Andrew's but he's back this weekend with his picks for the 3M Open and Cazoo Classic.
- Golf Betting Tips: 3M Open Free Predictions and Picks
- Golf Betting Tips: Cazoo Classic Free Predictions and Picks
As always, let us know your betting tips and predictions for today in the comments section below and good luck with all your bets!