Champions League: Big boys set to make a splash in our 9/1 acca
We’ve reached the third qualifying round of the Champions League and with that comes the entrance of some of the bigger names in European football.
Feyenoord, Zenit St Petersburg, Lille and Red Bull Salzburg all feature tonight and we are backing all four for victory in a 9/1 fourfold.
With these particular selections equating to a return of £92.20 for those placing a £10 bet with Ladbrokes, you’ve really got no excuse not to get involved!
Feyenoord make their long awaited return to Europe’s elite against Besiktas and the Dutch will be in confident mood after new manager Fred Rutten’s promising start.
Replacing Ronald Koeman was never going to be an easy task but three victories and a promising draw against Real Sociedad in pre-season has lifted spirits.
With both sides not having made an impact in this competition in recent years there is plenty on the line at De Kuip but expect De club ann de Maas to make home advantage count in the first leg.
Zenit look to be in good shape heading into the start of their Champions League campaign after three victories and a draw from four pre-season matches.
The Russian giants, featuring the likes of World Cup stars Axel Witsel, Hulk and Aleksandr Kerzhakov, reached the last 16 last season and nearly sneaked into the quarter-finals after a 2-1 win away at Borussia Dortmund.
With former Chelsea and Tottenham boss Andre Villas-Boas now at the helm, the Sine-Belo-Golubye should prove their class with victory in Cyprus against AEL Limassol.
It’s been a nightmare start to the season so far for Grasshoppers after two straight defeats in the Swiss Super League and now they face a tough challenge against Lille.
The Ligue 1 side will be looking to take advantage of Grasshoppers’ early season woes but expect a cagey affair with the French side just coming out on top in the end.
Salzburg to beat Karabakh @ 7/20
Salzburg have started the season in fine style with 6-1 and 5-0 victories from their opening two matches in the Austrian Bundesliga.
But a trip to Azerbaijan’s national champions promises to be a tough assignment even for Adolf Hütter’s in-form side.
Karabakh have lost just twice in 2014 at Tofiq Bahramov Stadium and in their maiden Champions League campaign they will be determined to put up a good show against the Austrian champions.
Die Roten Bullen, though, are determined on reaching the group stages for the first time since 2005 and with Jonathan Soriano and Alan providing the attacking threat we are back them for victory.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.
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