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Qarabağ vs Ferencváros – Both Teams to Score
Two sides who’ll be looking to take one step closer to the group-stages of the Champions League meet in the Azerbaijani capital of Baku on Wednesday teatime, as Qarabağ play host to Ferencváros.
Despite losing the first-leg 1-0 in Poland, Qarabağ knocked-out Lech Poznan 5-2 on aggregate before overcoming Swiss champions Zürich 5-4 on aggregate in the previous round.
After cruising to a 5-1 aggregate success against Kazakhstan champions Tobol, Stanislav Cherchesov’s side recovered from a 1-2 defeat in the home leg against Slovan Brastislava by winning 1-4 in the Slovak capital to seal their place in the third qualifying round.
Both Gurban Gurbanov’s hosts and the visiting Hungarian champions have scored 10 goals in their previous three Champions League qualifiers and there’s every chance we’ll see these two attack-minded sides get on the scoresheet in Baku tomorrow teatime.
Kristiansund vs Tromsø – Both Teams to Score
Two of the bottom three sides in the Norwegian Eliteserien table meet at the Kristiansund Stadion on Wednesday, as bottom-side Kristiansund host third-bottom Tromsø,
Kristiansund finally secured their first league win of the season at the 15th time of asking last time out, as they won 0-1 at Ham-Kam, whilst Tromsø secured an impressive 3-0 win at home to away-day specialists Sandefjord.
Christian Michelsen’s hosts have found the back of the net in 4/6 of their home fixtures this season and they’ll look to score against a Tromsø defence yet to keep a clean sheet away from home this season.
Tromsø have only failed to score in two of their opening 14 Eliteserien fixtures this season and they too will be confident of finding the back of the net against a Kristiansund side that’s kept just the one clean sheet in the league so far this season.
Brommapojkarna to Score 2+
Brommapojkarna will look to maintain their push for the Promotion places in the Swedish Superettan, as they host mid-table Örebro at the Grimsta IP.
No side has collected more points at home in the Swedish second-tier than Brommapojkarna, with Ethan Ball’s side having collected 20 points from a possible 24 (W6-D2-L0).
Örebro won 0-2 at strugglers Dalkurd in their last away fixture but prior to that, Axel Kjäll’s visitors had one just one of their opening six matches on their travels, losing four of them.
Brommapojkarna have scored a remarkable 25 goals in their eight matches as hosts this season, scoring on multiple occasions in seven of them and look a good bet to bag another brace against an Örebro side that tend to struggle on their travels.
Trelleborgs FF vs Halmstads BK – Both Teams to Score
Third-placed Trelleborg play host to table-toppers Halmstad at the Vångavallen in what is without question game of the day in the Swedish Superettan on Wednesday evening.
Trelleborg grabbed a stoppage-time winner at Norrby last time out to make it back-to-back wins, whilst Halmstad made it three wins on the bounce, as they defeated Landskrona 2-1 at home.
Magnus Haglund’s visitors have found the back of the net in all 16 of their league outings this season and they’ll be confident of extending that record against a Trelleborg defence that’s recorded two clean sheets all season and none in their last nine.
Kristian Haynes has saw his side score in all eight of their matches as hosts and he too will be confident that his team will net against a Halmstad defence that’s conceded in each of their last five on their travels.
Goals Accumulator Tips
- Qarabağ vs Ferencváros – Both Teams to Score
- Kristiansund vs Tromsø – Both Teams to Score
- Brommapojkarna to Score 2+
- Trelleborgs FF vs Halmstads BK – Both Teams to Score
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