Qarabag to beat Olimpija Ljubljana (18:00) –

Qarabag’s 1-0 win on the road put them in control of the tie, and there is still value in backing them in the return fixture.

The Azerbaijani champions are unbeaten in their last 12 qualifiers at home and made it all the way to the Champions League group stages last season.

Olimpija have fallen at the first hurdle in each of their last four European campaigns and have won just two away games in nine in Europe.

Sheriff Tiraspol to beat Torpedo Kutaisi (18:00) –

Despite losing the away leg 2-1, Sheriff should be confident of progression.

The hosts reached the Europa League group stages last season, after exiting the Champions League in the third qualifying round, and have lost just one of their last seven European home games.

Torpedo have lost seven and drawn one of their last eight away games in Europe and have been eliminated at the first qualifying round on each of the last five occasions.

Zrinjski Mostar to beat Spartak Trnava (18:00) –

Zrinjski Mostar were unfortunate to lose the first leg 1-0, having gone a goal down after going down to 10 men.

The Bosnian side have lost just twice in their last 18 competitive home games in all competitions and, with 11 players on the pitch, represent great value.

Spartak ended last season with just one away victory in seven.

Astana to beat Sutjeska Niksic (19:00) –

Kazakh champions Astana, who qualified for the Europa League group stage last season, can improve on an underwhelming 1-0 home victory in the first leg.

Sutjeska have been eliminated at the first hurdle in Europe in each of their last five attempts and should be dispatched by a much better side.


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