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Champions League Qualifying: Five tasty tips to turn a peachy profit

03 Aug | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
Champions League Qualifying: Five tasty tips to turn a peachy profit

The third round oqualifying for Europe's elite club competition continues on Wednesday and offers a very tempting accumulator

4/7 – FC Basel to beat Lech Poznan

Basel are one of the highest-quality teams involved at this stage of the Champions League and they showed that by easing past Lech Poznan 3-1 in the first leg in Poland.

Basel have kicked off their domestic campaign in style with three wins from three, as opposed to Poznan’s one from three. There is a gulf in class here and Basel look to be a home banker.

8/15 – BATE Borisov to beat Videoton

BATE Borisov may have been held to a draw in Hungary in their first leg with Videoton, but they should impose themselves on the tie as they return to Belarus.

BATE are top of their domestic league while Videoton have managed just one win from their opening three games in Hungary.

The Belarussians are vastly more experienced in European competition and will have no trouble picking up the win against a side which only scraped past The New Saints to reach this stage.

7/5 – Celtic to beat Qarabag

Celtic were not overly convincing at home to Qarabag, but they did get the 1-0 win thanks to a late Dedryk Boyata goal.

They followed this up with a solid 2-0 victory over Ross County on the opening day of the Premiership season. Qarabag did not pose much threat in Glasgow, with just one shot on target.

The home side have scored only once in their three Champions League outings this season and the visitors will be confident of putting the tie to bed.

5/6 – Skenderbeu Korca to beat FC Milsami

You will be forgiven if you haven’t heard of Albanian side Skenderbeu Korce, but they are likely to move one step closer to the Champions League group stages.

A 2-0 win at Moldovan side Milsami certainly puts them in a strong position. Milsami may have upset Ludogorets in the last round, but they appear to have left themselves too much to do.

8/13 – Viktoria Plzen to beat Maccabi Tel Aviv

Plzen take a lead into their home leg against Maccabi Tel Aviv thanks to their 2-1 victory in Israel in the first leg. The Czech side were two goals to the good early on and it was only a late strike from substitute Barak Itzhaki that has given the Israelis hope.

Tel Aviv’s last away trip in the Champions League saw them lose at Maltese side Hibernians and the the experienced Czechs will be an even tougher test. 

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