Astana to beat Midtjylland (15:00) –
Astana breezed past Montenegrin side Sutjeska Niksic in the previous round with a 3-0 aggregate win.
They’ve progressed to the third qualifying stage of the Champions League in each of the last three seasons, and look good value to get off to a good start against Midtjylland, who have failed to win either of their opening two league games.
Cluj to beat Malmo (17:00) –
Cluj are competing in Europe for the first time since 2014/15 and, having gone 19 competitive games without defeat at home, are the team to back on Tuesday.
Malmo, who are led by former Leeds manager Uwe Rosler, have lost 11 of their last 14 away games in the Champions League.
Sheriff to win or draw v Shkendija (19:15) –
Macedonian champions Shkendija were fortunate to get through to this stage, having almost blown a 5-0 first leg lead over The New Saints in the previous round.
The hosts were beaten 4-0 in the return fixture, so Sheriff Tiraspol – who have lost just of their last seven European away games – have a good chance of avoiding defeat.
Red Star Belgrade (-1) to beat Suduva (19:30) –
Champions League new boys Suduva pulled off the biggest shock in the first qualifying round by knocking out seasoned European side APOEL, but this will be as far as they go.
Serbian champions Red Star Belgrade have won each of their last seven competitive home games by two or more goals, and should easily beat their Lithuanian visitors.
Legia Warsaw to beat Spartak Trnava (20:00) –
Legia Warsaw have lost just one of their last 14 home European matches after beating Cork City 3-0 in the first qualifying round.
Spartak Trnava haven’t won any of their last six competitive away games, and only beat Zrinjski Mostar at home in the previous round after their opponents were reduced to 10 men.
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