Tuesday brings us four Champions League qualifiers as teams look to book their spot in the final round of qualifying – one step away from a lucrative spot in the group stages.
With plenty to play for following the first legs last week, we’ve put together an 8/1 Acca for Tuesday’s European action.
- Dinamo Zagreb to beat Omonia Nicosia
- Zalgiris Vilnius v Ferencvarosi TC – both teams to score
- Malmo +1 goal
- FC Flora Tallinn +1 goal
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Tuesday’s Acca Betting Tips:
Dinamo Zagreb to beat Omonia Nicosia
Zagreb won the first-leg 2-0 last week to give themselves every chance of progression, thanks in part to Nicosia’s wayward attacking that saw them hit the target just twice in 12 attempts.
With the onus on the Cypriots to attack on Tuesday evening, we can see Zagreb looking to nick a goal or two on the counter-attack and, having have scored in four of their last five away trips in Europe, we can see them sealing the win.
Zalgiris Vilnius v Ferencvarosi TC – both teams to score
Ferencvaros travel to Lithuania on the back of a 2-0 win in Hungary and they should have enough class to take another step closer to the Champions League group stages.
We’re expecting both sides to get on the scoresheet though – Zalgiris have scored 13 goals in their last five home matches while Ferencvaros have scored eight goals in their three qualifiers so far this season.
Malmo +1 goal
This is another finely poised tie as Malmo travel to Helsinki with a 2-1 lead and we expect them to seal their spot in the next round with a positive performance against HJK.
Coach Jon Dahl Tomasson rested some key players – including Malmo’s two biggest goal threats – at the weekend and we’re more than happy to side with the Swedes on the handicap here.
FC Flora Tallinn +1 goal
Tallinn are a goal down in the tie after last week’s 2-1 loss in Poland but they caused Legia enough problems to think that they can be competitive in the return match.
The hosts could push Legia all the way in this one – possibly to extra time – and we’re happy to back them with the cushion of a one-goal start.