I’ve gone for something here: a match outcome !
Predictably, I’ve whacked Rangers into this one, who have been a dependable BTTS choice since Steven Gerrard took over.
Rangers procured two brilliant BTTS successes against Midtjylland to reach this stage, and considering they have developed a pleasant reputation of a side who score and concede plenty, their fixture at Legia Warsaw appears to be a good choice in this marketplace.
Legia seem a bad side–especially after viewing their home game against Atromitos in the prior round ending goalless–while I visit Gerrard’s men turning the Polish ensemble over Thursday, the chances of a house goal being scored (bearing in mind we have seen 23 targets over the duration of the last five games ) are rather high.
Both groups to score and rangers to win looks a bet that is solid at 22/5.
My second selection will be for Gent to beat Rijeka with both teams scoring.
Rijeka conquer Aberdeen 2-0 twice across the span of their last qualifying tie, but the Belgian outfit will prove a much sterner test — one I don’t Rijeka passing inside this first leg.
Gent ended 5th at the Belgian top division last season, but of those 10 home games they won, eight were later both groups scored.
The hosts have pedigree inside this competition and should beat Rijeka in this first leg, but recent history suggests both groups will find the net on the way.
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