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Champions League qualifying predictions & betting tips: Best bets for the midweek Champions League qualifiers

Leigh Copson 17 Jul 2017
Dundalk to bow out? (credit: JACK GUEZ/AFP/Getty Images)

Champions League qualifying predictions for Tuesday and Wednesday night. The second round of Champions League qualifying concludes with the second legs taking place this week, but who will advance to the next round? Read on for all of our free predictions and betting tips.

Champions League Predictions


Alashkert v BATE Borisov (Tuesday 17:00 BST)


BATE Borisov’s failure to beat Armenian side Alashkert on home soil was one of the surprise results of last week and it has certainly given the Belarusian  side some work to do when they play the role of visitors on Tuesday. However, I expect them to bounce back from that disappointing first-leg result in order to move a step closer to the knockout stage. After all, this is a team that has managed to beat the likes of Athletic Bilbao, Bayern Munich and Roma in the Champions League in recent seasons.


The New Saints v HNK Rijeka (Tuesday 19:00 BST)


The New Saints made hard work of their first qualifying round tie and they find themselves staring a Champions League exit in the face following the 2-0 defeat in the first leg of this tie with HNK Rijeka. The Croatian side are not as solid on their travels as they are at home, but they are a cut above the Welsh outfit and they can seal their place in the third qualifying round on Tuesday night. HNK Rijeka can also claim another clean sheet – they are yet to concede a competitive goal this season.


Rosenborg v Dundalk (Wednesday 18:15 BST)


Rosenborg gained the upper-hand in this two-legged tie with Dundalk by grabbing a vital away goal in a 1-1 first-leg draw – but can they complete the job or will the Irish side remain on another European adventure? The bookies are backing Rosenborg to move on in this competition and I agree with them. The Norwegian side have lost only one of their last nine competitive home games and when it comes to European competition they are a much better side on their home soil than they are on their travels. Rosenborg should win this match by a couple of goals. 


FC Copenhagen v MSK Zilina (Wednesday 18:30 BST)


FC Copenhagen put one foot in the next round of Champions League qualifying with a fine 3-1 away win in the first leg against MSK Zilina, and they will continue on the road to the group stage of the competition with another comfortable victory when they host the Slovakian side in the return leg on Wednesday evening.


Honved v Hapoel Be'er Sheva (Wednesday 20:15 BST)


Hapoel Be’er Sheva narrowly missed out on the group stage of the Champions League when they lost to Celtic in the play-offs last season, but they did beat the Scottish champions in the return meeting to show what they are capable of. Their 2-1 first leg win over Honved was not exactly convincing, but they are the better side when it comes to these two teams and Hapoel Be’er Sheva should do the double over the Hungarians in order to advance.



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