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Qarabag to beat Kukesi –
Qarabag were held to a 0-0 draw in Albania in the first leg of this tie, but should win the return fixture at home. They lost just once on their own patch in the league last season, conceding four goals in 14 games.
Kukesi drew both their matches against Valetta in the last round before going through on away goals, and they’re unlikely to progress against a side that reached the Champions League group stages last season.
Malmo to beat CFR Cluj –
Malmo are in control of this tie after winning the away leg 1-0 last week, and they’ve now won seven of their last nine matches in Champion League qualifying and the Allsvenskan.
Expect another victory for Uwe Rosler’s side against CFR Cluj, whose first-leg defeat was sandwiched between two draws in the Romanian Liga 1.
PAOK Salonika to win or draw against Basel –
PAOK caused a minor upset in winning the first leg 2-1 at home last week and are good value to get the job done on Wednesday.
Basel are without a win intheir three competitive matches this season, having lost to St Gallen and drawn with Neuchatel Xamax in the Swiss Super League.
Ajax to beat Sturm Graz –
Ajax eased to a 2-0 win in Amsterdam last week and should kill off the tie in similarly comfortable fashion.
Sturm Graz haven’t reached this stage of Champions League qualifying since 2011, and it’s hard to see anything other than another defeat for the Austrian side.
Celtic to beat Rosenborg –
Rosenborg needed a last-minute Nicklas Bendtner penalty to see off Icelanic side Valur in the previous round, and they are well behind in this tie after losing 3-1 at Celtic Park.
Celtic have won their three Champions League qualifiers this season by an aggregate score of 9-1, and shouldn’t have much trouble on Wednesday night.
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