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Four BTTS picks from Wednesday’s Champions League fixtures

22 Jul | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
Four BTTS picks from Wednesday’s Champions League fixtures

Celtic are set for easy passage to the third qualifying round, but Dundalk and TMS may struggle to overturn their first-leg deficits

13/20 Both Teams To Score (No) – Stjarnan v Celtic

The Glasgow giants are in complete control of the tie after goals from Dedryck Boyata and Stefan Johansen gave them a commanding 2-0 victory at Celtic Park last week. The Icelandic side may boast home advantage, but having been unable to muster a single shot on target and recording only 33% of possession in the first leg, it is highly unlikely Ronny Deila’s men will be troubled this time around.

4/5 Both Teams To Score – Dundalk v BATE Borisov

Despite trailing the tie 2-1, Irish side Dundalk will fancy their chances of causing an upset against the Belarusian Premier League’s most successful club, having scored a potentially crucial away goal in the first leg. The visitors, who have qualified for the group stages a record four times, will hope their superior Champions League experience and know-how ultimately proves to be decisive.

11/10 Both Teams To Score – Videoton v The New Saints

Welsh outfit TNS must score if they are to have any chance of making it to the third qualifying round, having suffered a 1-0 home defeat in the first leg. Manager Craig Harrison, who tried to counter-attack last week, is therefore likely to encourage his players to play with more adventure. Their Hungarian opposition, who are aiming to reach the Champions League third qualifying stage for the first time, would certainly welcome such a change in tactics.

13/10 Both Teams To Score – Lech Poznan v Sarajevo

Last week’s 2-0 win in Bosnia has put the Polish champions in pole position to progress to the next round. However, the defeat they suffered on Saturday in the first game of their new domestic season – going down 2-1 at home to Pogon Szczecin – suggests their defence is far from impenetrable, and their Eastern European counterparts will be aiming to take advantage of any potential uncertainty.

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