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Best Odds And Predictions From Tonight's European Football Games

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Best Odds And Predictions From Tonight's European Football Games

Football on Wednesday night sees teams from the Championship, as well as European hopefuls in the Champions League and Europa League qualifiers take to the pitch.

Ahead of tonight’s selected games, our tipster Robert Mann takes a look at some of the best football bets from around the world to get your teeth stuck into. 

Odds are correct at the time of publication and are, as always, subject to change.

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Middlesbrough vs QPR 

Middlesbrough host Queens Park Rangers at the Riverside Stadium, with both having collected four points from their opening two Championship fixtures.

Regarded as dark horses for promotion this year, Mark Waburton’s Super Hoops look like they might have what it takes to be in contention come the end of the season.

Chris Willock looks to have found his home in west London at Queens Park Rangers
Chris Willock looks to have found his home in west London at Queens Park Rangers
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Prediction: QPR to win 2-0 (12/1)

Tip: Chris Willock to score first (13/2)

Chris Willock looks to have found his home in west London after a move to Benfica earlier in his career failed to pay off.

But Warburton, especially after Willock's stellar performances so far, will have confidence that the playmaker can live up to the promise he initially showed during his time in Arsenal’s youth set-up.

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West Bromwich Albion vs Sheffield United

West Bromwich Albion will be hoping to continue their fine form when they take on former Premier League rivals Sheffield United at the Hawthorns. 

The Blades, despite playing top-tier football last season, are still looking for their first win and goal during the new Championship campaign and face tough opponents in the Baggies.

Callum Robinson already has two goals and one assist to his name so far this season
Callum Robinson already has two goals and one assist to his name so far this season
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Prediction: West Brom to win 2-1 (7/1)

Tip: Callum Robinson to score first (4/1)

Despite having lost their key man Matheus Pereira, West Brom’s squad looks full of goals, with more attackers potentially arriving before the transfer window slams shut. 

In Pereira's absence, however, is former Blade Callum Robinson who already has two goals and one assist to his name.

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Benfica vs PSV Eindhoven

Benfica welcome PSV Eindhoven to Lisbon for the first leg of their Champions League play-off encounter.

In what is, arguably, the tie of the round, only one of these two European giants can progress into this year’s group stage - which neither side competed in last season.

Benfica have now won all four of their competitive fixtures so far this season
Benfica have now won all four of their competitive fixtures so far this season

Prediction: Benfica to win 1-0 (6/1)

Tip: Benfica to win to nil (23/10)

Benfica have now won all four of their competitive fixtures so far this season - scoring twice on each occasion - as well as keeping three clean sheets.

Intriguingly, two of these victories were in the previous round of Champions League qualification.

Malmo vs Ludogorets 

Malmo welcome Ludogorets to the Eleda Stadion for the first leg of their play-off tie.

The Swedish champions overcame Rangers 4-2 on aggregate in the third round to get this far, while the visitors edged past Greek giants Olympiacos.

Ludogorets already proved their European pedigree over the last couple of years
Ludogorets already proved their European pedigree over the last couple of years

Prediction: Ludogorets to win 1-0 (10/1)

Tip: Draw No Bet - Ludogorets (9/4)

Ludogorets have already proved their European pedigree and the confidence in the visiting camp will be sky-high after victory over Olympiacos.

The Bulgarian outfit have been granted rests from domestic action while they bid to do their country proud in Europe.

Celtic vs AZ Alkmaar

AZ Alkmaar will travel to Parkhead to face Celtic in the first leg of their Europa League play-off tie on Wednesday night.

The Dutch side are winless in each of their last four road trips and the bookies’ odds do suggest that trend will continue this evening. 

Celtic have scored 16 goals in their four most recent outings
Celtic have scored 16 goals in their four most recent outings

Prediction: Celtic to win 2-0 (12/1)

Tip: Under 2.5 Goals (11/10)

Celtic have impressed offensively in recent weeks, scoring 16 goals in their four most recent outings.

However, AZ Alkmaar represent a much stiffer task to the Glasgow side than recent opponents and, for that reason, we’re backing tonight’s game to be a low-scoring affair. 

Featured Image Credit: PA Images

Topics: EFL Championship, Champions League, Europa League

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